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Rocky Mountain Young Professionals

2020 RMYP Officers

RMYP Group

RMYP Group

Chair: Jim Logan, Latah County Fair, Idaho
Vice Chair: Courtney Conkle, Wyoming State Fair
Secretary: Angela Miller, Roosevelt County Fair, Montana

ROCKY MOUNTAIN YOUNG PROFESSIONALS

Mission: To provide a venue for young professionals to guide the future of the fair industry through leadership development, mentoring, incentives, education and idea sharing. This group is for both RMAF member Fair and Service members who are age forty or younger.

Short-term goals:

  • Promote young professionals in the Fair industry
  • Support, recruit and grow these members – Solicit membership for the RMYP group ensuring representation form all aspects of the industry such as fair staff, concessionaires, vendors, carnivals, entertainments, etc.
  • Provide social, networking and educational opportunities
  • Maintain a Facebook Group for our members to share ideas, ask for help, showcase their accomplishments and successes.
  • Create a mentoring program with seasoned members of RMAF

Long-term goals:

  • Offer workshop and social/networking events at the annual convention
  • Support recruiting efforts for both RMAF and the annual convention
  • Support regional/district events, and encourage RMYP attendance

Join the RMYP Group

If you are under 40 and you are part of an organization, Fair or Service Member, that is a member of the Rocky Mountain Association of Fairs, we would like invited you to be part of the Rocky Mountain Young Professionals group, complete & submit the information below and you will be on your way to participating with other fair industry young professionals.
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