UPCOMING EVENTS
  MARBLE DISTILLERY TOUR
  September 23, 2015 l 6:00 PM
 

 
  150 Main Street l Carbondale

 

Wednesday, September 23rd,  come join AYPA for a fun evening at the NEW Marble Distillery in Carbondale

Head Distiller and Founder, Connie Baker, will provide a private tour to our group and talk to us about how it all started. We will learn about the distilling, bottling and  distribution process. Signature cocktails will be served along with small bites from SILO restaurant, all taking place on the PARTIO, overlooking Carbondale's downtown Main Street. 

There will be a cash bar open after the tour and bottles are always available for purchase. 

Hope to see everyone for a fun night down valley!

Here are a few of our members at our wine tasting event which helped to build the volunteer community in the valley and allowed our members to connect with one another. To see all our pictures simply click on the link below.

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ASPEN YOUNG PROFESSIONALS ASSOCIATION

About Us

Aspen Young Professionals Association (AYPA) was formed in early 2003 by a group of nine young professionals living and/or working in Aspen who wanted to network with other young professionals in the Aspen community.

One of the goals of the group is to help recruit and retain a young, vibrant professional community in Aspen and the surrounding area. The high cost of living and limited opportunities for professionals in Aspen has contributed to what is often referred to as "brain drain" where educated, young professionals migrate to larger cities for better opportunities.

A second focus of AYPA is to enhance the quality of life for young professionals in this area by providing networking opportunities, volunteer opportunities, and educational opportunities. These professionals wanted to contribute to the community. Thus, from these objectives, a mission statement was derived.

AYPA Goals
Business Development
To promote personal and professional development of AYPA members and to provide educational opportunities for growth.

Community Awareness and Involvement
To be a part of–and to give back to–the community in which we live and work.

Networking
To nurture a young professional community by providing opportunities to develop professional relationships.

 

ASPEN YOUNG PROFESSIONALS ASSOCIATION

About Us
Aspen Young Professionals Association (AYPA) was formed in early 2003 by a group of nine young professionals living and/or working in Aspen who wanted to network with other young professionals in the Aspen community.

One of the goals of the group is to help recruit and retain a young, vibrant professional community in Aspen the surrounding area. The high cost of living and limited opportunities for professionals in the Aspen has contributed to what is often referred to as "brain drain" where educated, young professionals migrate to larger cities for better opportunities.

A second focus of AYPA is to enhance the quality of life for the area young professionals by providing networking opportunities, volunteer opportunities, and educational opportunities. These professionals wanted to contribute to and be a part of the community. Thus, from these objectives, a mission statement was derived.

AYPA Goals
Business Development
To promote personal and professional development of AYPA members and to provide educational opportunities for growth.

Community Awareness and Involvement
To be a part of–and to give back to–the community in which we live and work.

Networking
To nurture a young professional community by providing opportunities to develop professional relationships.

ASPEN YOUNG PROFESSIONALS ASSOCIATION

About Us
Aspen Young Professionals Association (AYPA) was formed in early 2003 by a group of nine young professionals living and/or working in Aspen who wanted to network with other young professionals in the Aspen community.

One of the goals of the group is to help recruit and retain a young, vibrant professional community in Aspen the surrounding area. The high cost of living and limited opportunities for professionals in the Aspen has contributed to what is often referred to as "brain drain" where educated, young professionals migrate to larger cities for better opportunities.

A second focus of AYPA is to enhance the quality of life for the area young professionals by providing networking opportunities, volunteer opportunities, and educational opportunities. These professionals wanted to contribute to and be a part of the community. Thus, from these objectives, a mission statement was derived.

AYPA Goals
Business Development
To promote personal and professional development of AYPA members and to provide educational opportunities for growth.

Community Awareness and Involvement
To be a part of–and to give back to–the community in which we live and work.

Networking
To nurture a young professional community by providing opportunities to develop professional relationships.

 


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