GenNext is GenNow

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What’s Next?

Want to rub shoulders with the some of the Lower Mainland’s brightest big wigs? Join us for an exclusive GenNext networking event in November, 2017. More details to come. Sign up below to be the first to know.

Looking for an inspiring local leader to rev up your millennial workforce, as part of your 2017 United Way Campaign? This year we are pumped to offer GenNext Speakers. To book your speaker, visit our website here.

Wondering how to kick off a United Way campaign in a way that engages your millennial colleagues? Want more information about GenNext or want to partner with us for our next event or initiative? Get in touch. Email Ryley at ryleyh@uwlm.ca

Interested in more information about the GenNext initiative?

 

Contact Ryley Humphry, Campaign Manager, ryleyh@uwlm.ca

More about GenNext

The United Way of the Lower Mainland GenNext initiative is focused on encouraging professionals in their 20s and 30s to give back to their community. GenNext is led by a volunteer cabinet made up of emerging leaders from organizations around the Lower Mainland, who are passionate about United Way.

The mission of GenNext Cabinet is to connect the next generation of influencers, motivators, and change-makers to impactful opportunities and dynamic events that foster relationships and build an impassioned community of United Way champions.

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“Being part of the TD Bank, GenNext Group has been an impactful, inspirational, and motivating experience. It’s taught me the value of giving back to community while providing new opportunities to build the TD brand. I love that my organization gives young leaders the opportunity to come together to create conversation, learn, inspire, and contribute!”

Harpreet Sandhu, Associate of Community Banking Proud cabinet member of the TD Canada Trust Pacific Region GenNext Team

Inspiration Guide

Looking to engage millennials in your workplace? Our GenNext inspiration guide provides you with the tools you need to run a successful and engaging campaign. Click here to check out the guide.

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