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Engage! Cleveland to host '8th Annual Young Professionals Week' on September

James Stephens
CLEVELAND, OH — Engage! Cleveland will be hosting their signature event, the 8th Annual Young Professionals Week, from September 18 to 25.

This in-person nine-day series of events will help Cleveland’s young professionals (YPs) explore Cleveland’s vibrant community, network with area leaders and peers, and experience everything available in Cleveland.

The Young Professional Week usually attracts more than 2,500 young professionals.

The sessions take place each morning, afternoon, evening, and throughout the weekend. The morning sessions focus on fitness and wellness, the afternoon sessions feature prominent Cleveland speakers, and the evening sessions are all about exploring the Greater Cleveland Community.

The event will also include a Women in Leadership panel, Lunch with Leaders featuring more than 15 seasoned professionals, a behind the scene tour of FirstEnergy Stadium, unique fitness classes, community service projects, and many more.

“We are excited to once again showcase Cleveland businesses, nonprofits, and places throughout our Young Professionals Week by hosting safe and in-person events, there is truly something for everyone and we look forward to another successful YP Week,” said Ashley Basile Oeken, President of Engage! Cleveland.

There will also be events that offer live streaming options when available. The full calendar of events for the 8th Annual Young Professionals week will be released in early August 2021. Events are subject to change.

Engage! Cleveland is a community engagement organization with a mission and focuses on attracting, engaging, and retaining talent to greater Cleveland.

For detailed information and to learn more about Engage! Cleveland, please visit

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