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Is it just us, or has work-life balance been EXTRA hard to achieve while working from home? We’re all missing our coworkers, family, friends and living for moments of pre-pandemic nostalgia. We could all use a little self-care right about now. Look past the challenges and discuss tips on how to take care of your emotional well-being while under stress with Jodi DePaoli, Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). Let’s prepare to overcome new challenges, avoid burnout and promote a positive environment…Find out more »
Teamwork makes the dream work. Step into the world of Oregon Duck Basketball with Bud Withers, a sportswriter for more than 45 years, into the most controversial program of its time - the 1970's 'Kamikaze Kids'. Withers will give us a new look at an old program, one that shaped our sports community as we know it and brought an intensity that continues today. He'll talk about the program in detail, including the East-Coast coach, the program that was detested…Find out more »
If you’re like many of us, then you have an endless list of questions about what to do with your money: How do I break the cycle of living paycheck-to-paycheck? Do I save now or pay off debt first? Stocks, Mutual Funds, and ETFs… oh my! Is it too early to start saving for retirement - ROTH vs. Traditional IRAs? How to use a compound interest calculator and look at the big picture? And more! As we work through this…Find out more »
This is a fun opportunity for Eugene Young Professionals to connect with fellow YPs, despite social distancing! This is perfect if you aren’t always able to attend evening events, interested in learning more about Eugene Young Professionals, or just looking to connect with peers through casual conversation. No need to be a YP member to attend, everyone is welcome! Register below and you will receive a link to the zoom call the day before the event.Find out more »
Join a panel of local experts to discuss solutions for homelessness in our community through permanent supportive housing. Collaborators include Aisha McCoy, Project Developer from Homes for Good, Danielle Bautista, Program Services Coordinator at Lane County, and Dana Petersen-Crab, Housing Director at ShelterCare. Together they will outline factors affecting housing, current challenges, new developments, and future outlook for the Eugene/Springfield area. Together we can support these efforts to make a difference and be change makers in our community. YP Engage…Find out more »
Registration Cancellation Policy: Event reservations must be canceled one week prior to the event to be eligible for a refund. Event reservations not kept, or canceled less than one week prior to the event, will not be eligible for a refund, or will be billed if they have not yet been paid. Please call (541) 484-1314 with any questions regarding the cancellation policy. Thank you for your consideration.