• Shoreline YPN

  • Mission Statement

    ​The Shoreline Chamber's Young Professionals is a networking group established for today's younger business professionals to enhance their careers through networking events and educational seminars. Shoreline Young Professionals offer regular programs and events designed to give young leaders the opportunity to exchange ideas, promote services, grow professionally and share common interests while gaining an insider's view of the regional business scene. ​


    Annual Membership to Shoreline Young Professionals is just $40, and you do not need to be a Shoreline Chamber member to join. Membership is for an individual and is not transferable.

    ​The Shoreline Young Professionals committee offers a unique combination of networking, learning and skill building as well as giving back to the community. Enjoy the camaraderie of business professionals aged 21-45 from a variety of sectors with similar career experiences. Network with other Chamber members, developing opportunities for business. Learn from seasoned professionals how they achieved success – and what they expect from the younger generation. Hone business skills to make you more effective today and as your career develops – and help accelerate that development.

    Other membership benefits:

    --Meet new people and develop new business opportunities.

    --Expand your network of business contacts.

    --Increase your visibility through attendance, participation and volunteering.

    --Strengthen your teamwork and leadership skills by joining a subcommittee.

    --Broaden your knowledge base and skills through useful programs and presentations, including learning from both your peers and more experienced professionals.

    --Employers benefit from sending their younger employees to Shoreline Young Professionals events because they will strengthen and develop skills that make them more valuable employees.

    Programs and events include:

    Monthly Meetings – Opportunity to network, share experiences and ideas in addition to learning from guest speakers.  

    Networking – Twice annual chamber-wide networking events that allow members to meet and interact with more seasoned chamber members.

    Group Volunteer Activities – Group efforts supporting community human services agencies and giving drives. - powered.