1/20 – Making Power Moves, 6:00 pm, StartCo. 88 Union Ave., 2nd Floor

It’s never too late for an upgrade! Get the latest techniques in interviewing skills, negotiating salaries, and update your head shot for ONLY $10.00 to land that dream job or move up the career ladder. Stop using selfies and bring your resumes for critiques by HR Professionals from Fortune 500 Companies in Memphis. Feel free to bring additional ties, blazers and suits to this event! We want YPs to take advantage of purchasing more than one head shot.

1/21 – Memphis Fast Forward, 6:00 pm, Memphis Bioworks, 20 Dudley St.

Memphis is full of historical value that affects every facet of our city from Education to Politics to Entrepreneurship. Cardell Orrin, founding MULYP board member, will facilitate a town hall on our past and where we’re going next. Other panelists include Wendi C. Thomas, Columnist, Editor & Multimedia Journalist and Allan Daisley, Director of Entrepreneurship and Sustainability at Memphis Bioworks.

1/22 – Kick Off Meeting, 6:00 pm, Memphis Urban League, 413 N. Cleveland

Join us for the first general body meeting of the year! Meet our new board of directors and learn about what we have in store for MULYP in 2015.

1/23 – YP Happy Hour, 5:30 pm, Side Street Grill, 35 Florence St.

Connections don’t only happen on the golf course. Stop by after work to our popular happy hour in the heart of Overton Square for libations and networking.

1/23 – HooDoo Love Play, 7:30 pm, Hattiloo Theatre, 37 S. Cooper

Get the best of homegrown artistry during a night out at Hattiloo Repertory Theatre. YPs will pack the house for HooDoo Love, written and directed by award-winning Memphian, Katori Hall. Limited Tickets Available: www.mulyphattiloo.eventbrite.com

1/24 – Champagne Brunch with Chef Fran, 11:00 am, 1524 Madison Ave.

Wind down from the week with the YPs at a special champagne brunch, catered by Memphis culinaire Chef Fran. Unlimited Mimosas will be flowing as you network with the most influential professionals in the city. $20 per person

1/24 – Black Art Matters, 7:00 pm, Crosstown Arts, 422 N. Cleveland

Memphis artists collaborate to produce a multi-sensory experience in blackness, reimagining the crossroads of sight, sound, and art. Featuring a live performance by Marco Pavé with DJ Wyzlyfe, an art showing by painter and multimedia visual artist Kenneth Wayne Alexander II, and set production by JodyLand Ent. Complimentary Food, Cocktails, and Admission.

YP Week 2015

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