The Chamber Young Professionals Program provides opportunities to build connections, make an impact in our community, and presents opportunities for professional growth. It’s a way to meet with important community leaders and peers while advancing your community knowledge. The knowledge you gain and the connections you make will enhance your understanding of the Lowcountry and how you can make an impact in the community.
Our three key pillars of the program are:
1. Professional Development
2. Connecting with other young professionals
These three pillars lay the foundation of our programming. We have a set meetup the first Friday of each month at Java Burrito Co. for our “First Friday Coffee”. It’s a great opportunity to meet other young professionals in the area. We also invite a non-profit to speak briefly about their organization and its community impact.
Mark your calendars, and join us at our next monthly CYP coffee!
- May 3rd – 7:30-8:30 a.m.
- July 5th – 7:30-8:30 a.m.
- August 2nd – 7:30-8:30 a.m.
- September 6th – 7:30-8:30 a.m.
- October 4th – 7:30-8:30 a.m.
- November 1st – 7:30-8:30 a.m.
- December 6th – 7:30-8:30 a.m.
We also have additional programming focusing on professional and personal development and bridging connections which are planned throughout the year. Visit us on Facebook to learn about upcoming events and follow us on Instagram (@cyphhib) to see what we are up to!
World Heart Rhythm Week: In collaboration with Arrhythmia Alliance
For more information, click here!
CYP Wellness Month:
From January 1st – February 15th, our young professionals were able to participate in classes provided by our members in the wellness industry to emphasize health and wellness in our community.
Meet Your Mayors:
Our young professionals hosted a happy hour and Q&A at Hudson’s Seafood House on the Docks on January 29th with Hilton Head Mayor, John McCann, Bluffton Mayor, Lisa Sulka, and Hardeeville Mayor, Harry Williams.
The Gullah Celebration’s “Soul Food & Friends” Cooking Class:
CYP members learned about Gullah culture on Hilton Head Island and Daufuskie Island while cooling up some traditional Gullah dishes with Sallie Ann Robinson, a 6th generation Daufuskie Island native and authority on Gullah culture.
CYP Evening at Pure Salt Studios:
On March 14th, we gathered at Pure Salt Studios in Bluffton for a networking event and experienced a dry salt session.