YLink will be collecting items throughout YP Week (April 22-29) to donate to the Safe Harbor Humane Society. Safe Harbor Humane Society (aka Kenosha County Humane Society) is the animal shelter for all of Kenosha County, Wisconsin. They are an open-admission facility, accepting all domestic animals that are unwanted, neglected, or found within the county… Read More
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Name: Matthew Collins Organization / Place of Employment: Kenosha County Parks Division Title: Assistant Parks Director How long have you lived and/or worked in Kenosha County? June is my one year anniversary working for the Kenosha County Parks Division. Describe a day in the life of Matt (as it pertains to you personally, or your.. Read More
Kenosha County Executive Jim Kreuser and Mayor John M. Antaramian support YLink’s efforts in YP Week. Here’s what they’re saying… “We are pleased to celebrate Young Professionals across Kenosha County during YP Week Wisconsin. Thanks to YLink, the local young professional organization, YP Week offers activities which will encourage you to develop professionally, and to connect.. Read More
Read the first quarter issue of the YLink eNewsletter.
Millennials often times face the struggle of defining who they are, which in turn limits them from moving forward in the direction they desire. What this means, is that you might sit and ponder questions like “what am I supposed to do in life?”, or “what is my dream job?” Although, when it comes down.. Read More
Organization / Place of Employment: Herzing University Title: Degree Up & Community Relations Coordinator How long have you lived and/or worked in Kenosha County? I grew up in Kenosha and graduated from Bradford High School (Go Red Devils!) in 2001. A basketball scholarship took me to Springfield, Missouri for college, where I stayed until 2011… Read More
Read the July 2015 issue of The Link eNewsletter.
Erin Merritt, Owner, Pharmacist, Modern Apothecary How long have you lived and/or worked in Kenosha County? I was born and raised in Kenosha. I attended Friedens Lutheran School, McKinley Middle School, and Tremper High School. I attended UW-Parkside for the majority of many undergraduate courses. I had to fit in all of my prerequisites for pharmacy.. Read More