Young Professionals Across Philadelphia
Young Professionals Across Philadelphia - CAPS
May 8, 2014
CAPS = Culture, Arts, Philanthropy and Service.
The Young Friends of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey’s Project NEXT, and The Young Friends of Independence Seaport Museum are teaming up to bring young professionals together and we invite you to participate! Our goal is to connect you to wonderful people and organizations throughout our city and region.
The event will take place on the 4th floor balcony of the Independence Seaport Museum, overlooking the Delaware Riverfront and Penn's Landing. Event is rain or shine. If it rains, the event will be held in the ballroom overlooking the Penn's Landing basin. Guided tours of the historic Cruiser Olympia will be offered.
Tickets are $10 in advance and $15 at the door. Refreshments are included in the ticket price. Please share this event with anyone who would be interested in joining us.
Purchase tickets for this event here.
- The Young Friends of the Philadelphia Museum of Art
- United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey’s Project NEXT
- Young Friends of Independence Seaport Museum
- Young Supporters of The Clay Studio
- Friends of Independence National Historical Park
- Emerging Arts Leaders: Philadelphia
- The Raven Society, Free Library of Philadelphia
- Young Friends of Valley Forge Park
- Friends of Schuylkill Banks
- Philly for Hope (City of Hope)
- The Young Friends of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania
- Young Professionals Network (YPN)
- Philadelphia Emerging Museum Professionals
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