Young Professionals Virtual Mixer

Virtual Event
Thursday, July 15, 2021 to Thursday, July 15, 2021

1PM – 2PM EDT

1 - 2PM (EDT)

Please join us for the second TAPPI Young Professional Division Virtual Mixer of 2021 on Thursday, July 15th at 1 PM Eastern Time via Zoom. This free, 1-hour interactive networking event will give you the opportunity to meet and mingle with other young professionals in the paper, pulp, and packaging industry.   

This month’s icebreaker activity will be “Instant Expert.” If you could instantly become an expert in anything, what would it be? Come prepared to share!

If you’re new to the YP Mixer Series, you can learn more, or even check out some of the great suggestions participants have shared during past mixer icebreaker activities, like favorite recipes, and popular podcasts.

Know someone else who would be interested in participating, please share this event with other YPs in the industry; the more the merrier. You don’t have to be a current TAPPI member to attend.

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