Joining the Urban League of Greater Hartford Young Professionals (ULGH-YP) is the perfect way to network and get involved in the Greater Hartford community.  We define professional as anyone who is committed to their career and personal development – no matter the chosen occupation.  Like our community, our members are entrepreneurs, engineers, scientists, students, health care professionals, teachers, community leaders, lawyers, and more.

Despite our varied backgrounds, we all share certain traits. We are all:

  • Dedicated to our community;
  • Committed to seeking innovative solutions to persistent societal problems; and
  • Motivated to excel and prosper in our professional and personal endeavors.

The cost to join is $45 for 1 YEAR! Individual Membership includes:

  • An opportunity to network with other young professionals;
  • Free or discounted admission into local benefits, performances, and galas;
  • Access to exclusive member-only events;
  • A variety of volunteer opportunities;
  • Access to other young professional networks;
  • Membership to the Urban League of Greater Hartford (ULGH);
  • Membership to the National Urban League Young Professionals (NULYP);
  • Membership to the National Urban League (NUL);
  • Discounted admission to ULGH-YP, ULGH, NULYP, and NUL conferences;
  • Eligibility for NULYP Global Ambassador Program;
  • Access to the NUL JOBS Network featuring national and local job opportunities; and
  • An opportunity to grow professionally and personally.

Join now to start receiving the benefits associated with being a member of the premier young professionals organization in the Greater Hartford area.

2 Easy Ways to Join!!!

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