July 24th -  Volunteer Event
Join AYPA for a fun filled evening of working in the dirt. In partnership with Roaring Fork Outdoor Volunteers, members will have an opportunity to help improve one of Aspen's best mountain bike trails.

August 18th -  Field Day
Join AYPA for a fun filled evening of working in the dirt. In partnership with Roaring Fork Outdoor Volunteers, members will have an opportunity to help improve one of Aspen's best mountain bike trails.

UPCOMING EVENTS
UPCOMING EVENTS
    AYPA APRES EVENT
 

  FEBRUARY 21ST
  BASE OF HIGHLANDS l TAQUERIA

 

Please join us for an educational and exciting Apres Ski event on Saturday, February 21st.  We will meet at the base of the Thunderbolt lift at noon.  Go ski with some AYPA members and meet back at the base at 3pm for a fun evening!

 

If you don't ski/board, please join us at the Taqueria at 3pm for a great AVSC presentation, drinks, and a taco bar.

  

REGISTER

After the huge success last year, the AYPA is proud to bring back our super popular Farm to Table dinner at the Rock Bottom Ranch.  Sign up early as this event sold out in record time last year!!!
 
Rock Bottom Ranch will be the back drop for a delicious three course, farm to table dinner by Chef Jason Smith. Join us for cocktails and a tour of the ranch, and learn about this 113-acre property which serves as the mid-valley hub for environmental education, wildlands preservation, and sustainable agriculture.
 
Contribute to the ranch by bringing your own plate to dinner. Your plate will be donated to the ranch for future events.
 
Advance registration is required for this event and space is limited. Register early to make your dinner reservation.
 
5:30pm - 6:30pm - Cocktails and ranch tour
6:30pm - 8:00pm - Seated dinner
After the huge success last year, the AYPA is proud to bring back our super popular Farm to Table dinner at the Rock Bottom Ranch.  Sign up early as this event sold out in record time last year!!!
 
Rock Bottom Ranch will be the back drop for a delicious three course, farm to table dinner by Chef Jason Smith. Join us for cocktails and a tour of the ranch, and learn about this 113-acre property which serves as the mid-valley hub for environmental education, wildlands preservation, and sustainable agriculture.
 
Contribute to the ranch by bringing your own plate to dinner. Your plate will be donated to the ranch for future events.
 
Advance registration is required for this event and space is limited. Register early to make your dinner reservation.
 
5:30pm - 6:30pm - Cocktails and ranch tour
6:30pm - 8:00pm - Seated dinner

February 19th - El Rincon

Third Thursday is back!  El Rincon is providing fantastic discounts on margaritas, tacos, and taquitos to get this happy hour started.  Third Thursday is tomorrow, February 19th, starting at 5:30pm at El Rincon. 

 

It is completely free for everyone, so it is a great opportunity to check out the Aspen Young Professionals Association and meet some great new people.  

 

 

  

  


 

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.

Here is one of our talented members at our last event at the Red Brick Center for the Arts. Check out all our event photos and find out how you can be part of growing community of young leaders and attend all our incredible events.

PHOTOS

 

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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