A Community of Professionals Ages 21-45 Brought Together By Events
BostonYPA was founded by F. Anne Harrell in 2003 and is located in the North End of Boston, MA.
The Boston Young Professionals Association is a community-based organization which offers a great way for young professionals in the Boston area to network, socialize and expand their professional horizons. All of our members are between ages 21 and 45.
BYPA boasts over 12,000 members who receive our newsletter each week, over 3,500 paid members, and over 100 unique events per year, and just celebrated 11 years (April 2013) as the number one social and networking organization for young professionals in Boston. We host between 3 and 6 events per month and our events range from black tie balls to down and dirty volunteer work. And although we are not exclusively a singles group we do offer singles activities. We offer a wide variety of events which will appeal to a wide range of young professionals, whether your interests are networking, learning something new, or finding new relationships - friendship or otherwise.
If you are new to Boston or just looking to meet new friends or professional contacts, BYPA events are a great place to meet people. You will not feel out of place if you come alone - most people do! Our events include small, intimate special-interest gatherings (the best of our events for meeting new people...) and huge, general social extravaganzas (best for seeing those BYPA members you already know!) In organizing these events, we aim to give busy young Bostonians the opportunity to try a variety of activities with their fellow young professionals without having to research and plan the activities themselves. We also strive to maintain our number one priority: creating a community for the young professional in Boston.
BostonYPA provides the finest in entertainment, networking and professional development opportunities geared towards professionals ages 21-45.
For more information, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org today!
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