Flint & Genesee Young Professionals to host pair of events – MLive.com

Flint & Genesee Young Professionals to host pair of events – MLive.com

The Flint & Genesee Young Professionals, part of the Flint and Genesee Chamber, are hosting a Coffee + Community series on Aug. 10 from 8-9 a.m. at Coffee Beanery. Photo by Flint & Genesee Group
FLINT, MI – The Flint & Genesee Young Professionals, part of the Flint and Genesee Chamber, is hosting two upcoming events.
A Coffee + Community series event is scheduled from 8-9 a.m. Aug. 10 from 8-9 a.m. at the Coffee Beanery 4580 Miller Road, in Flint Township.
The group focuses on people ages 21-40 who live or work in Genesee County and are interested in personal and professional development and placemaking. You do not have to be a Chamber member to join.
The event will have a morning meet-up with financial experts answering member questions. It was originally created during the pandemic where virtual meetings were common.
“We bring a topic to the young professionals that matters to them,” said Brianna Mosier, director of organizational development. “Sometimes we’ll have like an area nonprofit come in to learn more about them. And also various stakeholders in the community. Then we got a lot of financing questions, which is why it’s the theme for next month’s event.”
Mosier has worked with the Flint and Genesee Group for four years.
“The committee exists to encourage and support young professionals through various lanes,” she said. “So mentorship is one area of focus. Community involvement is another and professional development.”
Another major event on the horizon is “Table for Six” from 5-7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 8, at Redwood Steakhouse & Brewery, 5304 Gateway Centre Blvd., in Mundy Township, which was the most popular pre-pandemic event.
Each person draws a number and that’s the table they sit at. The idea is that it’s a less daunting way to network.
Nikki Koliopoulos, Chair of the Flint & Genesee Young Professionals, is excited about the event.
“It can be very overwhelming to walk into a room full of people when you’re not really familiar with networking,” Koliopoulos said. “When you draw a number and get assigned a table, it takes the guesswork out of where to sit and who to talk to first.”
Register for the Coffee + Community series here.
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