Solid Waste Association of North Americaâ€™s
Young Professionals Group Connecting you with the future of the solid waste industry.
The Young Professionals (YP) Group is comprised of dynamic, incisive individuals who represent the future of the solid waste industry.
What is the YP Group? 2
We are passionate about the environment, the solid waste management industry and our careers.
Our Passion. 3
We are eager to offer advice, brainstorm ideas, develop solutions and share in the struggles and triumphs of working in this industry.
How we help each other. 4
We are energetic, motivated and want YOU to join us. Interested in learning more? Letâ€™s exploreâ€Ś
Sound interesting? 5
You qualify as a young professional (YP), if: 1.
AGE: You are 35 years or younger,
INDUSTRY EXPERIENCE: EXPERIENCE Have less than 5 years of experience in the solid waste industry, and/or
LIFE EVENT: EVENT Have less than 2 years in a new position or just joined a company within the solid waste industry.
Letâ€™s define a YP. 6
The YP Group is a resource to help you advance professionally in the solid waste industry. Thereâ€™s moreâ€Ś
Benefits of joining. 7
By joining the YP Group, you will receive:
Valuable networking opportunities at events, conferences and online;
E-sessions to help you navigate the challenges of this industry;
Useful information and tools to help you succeed in your career;
Opportunities to voice your opinion about the future of SWANA.
What you get. 8
The YP Group is lead by a volunteer steering committee:
Kyle Clampitt, Clampitt Alliance Consulting Engineers, Inc.
Dennis Guy, Guy City of Hamilton
Sara Kurovski, Kurovski Metro Waste Authority
Hanna K. RodriguezRodriguez-Morales, Morales CHES Services Corp.
Kathryn Sandoe, Sandoe LCSWMA
John Welch, Welch Dane County Public Works
Olivia Williams, Williams HDR
Meet the leadership team. 9
Ready to join? We are excited to have you! Visit mySWANA.org to sign up or contact Shelby Truxon at (240) 494-2223 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join us. 10
Know of any young professionals in your organization? Share this presentation and encourage them to join.
Spread the word. 11