Upcoming GGFYP Events

Dinner & Learn: Maintaining Optimism Through Challenges

Leading with optimism and empathy.After a thirty-year Air Force career and now as the President of UND, Andy Armacost will share his approaches for leading others in challenging times—like COVID—and during good times.He will offer his top ten list of

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Free – $10

Bike for a Brew

Join GGFYP for an Earth Day bike ride to the rapids just past River Side Park. We will meet in Town Square at 6:00 pm.  Attendees are invited to attend a social at Half Brother Brewery following the bike ride.

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Downtown Clean Up Day

Join the Grand Forks Downtown Development Association and Greater Grand Forks Young Professionals for Downtown Clean-Up Day on April 24th, from 10:00 am - 1:00 pm. Physical distancing precautions will be taken. We encourage all volunteers to wear a mask

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      Community and economic development within the region
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Learn how GGFYP membership can  help your career.

Greater Grand Forks Young Professionals (GGFYP) is a non-profit group, created by young professionals for young professionals. We represent the interests of 20-40 year olds in our area. GGFYP is dedicated to the growth, learning, and development of young professionals within the region. GGFYP creates a platform for members to build relationships, develop professionally, become politically and philanthropically active, and contribute to the economic development and quality of life of our community.


What We Do

• Engage young professionals to become active and involved leaders in their communities.

• Inform young professionals about the great potential and possibility of our region and state.

• Create a meaningful network where aspiring professionals can meet to network, gain career enhancement skills, and give back to the community.

• Retain young professionals to continue to create an intentional workforce pipeline for existing, expanding and new business in the region