We're looking for the profession's emerging leaders!
Our new and young professionals also enjoyed network-
ing over breakfast and roundtable discussion while learning
retirement planning tips from Gregory Coghlan of Christie
Coghlan Investment Management at our Roundtable Break-
fast Meeting hosted by Marcum in New Haven.
Did you miss it? The same program will be held in Rocky
Hill on September 19 (see details at left).
The Fairfield County New and Young Professionals Group
enjoyed the sounds of summer with VIP tickets to Stam-
ford Downtown's Alive@Five summer outdoor concert
series on August 3 featuring the Plain White T's. Special
thanks to Deloitte, who provided the complete VIP con-
cert experience to our members free of charge, along with
fun swag including can koozies, sunglasses, and more!
NYPs Enjoy VIP Experience at
Alive@Five Stamford Concert
New Haven County
NYPs Network, Learn at
Roundtable Breakfast Meeting
CTCPA-wide supply drive to support
Connecticut Children's Medical Center
Sponsored by the CTCPA New and Young Professionals Cabinet.
Questions? Contact Alicia Strong at firstname.lastname@example.org or 860-258-0217.
Here's how to participate:
Collect arts and crafts supplies in a central location at
your office. Encourage staff and clients to join in!
You can also make a financial donation
payable to Connecticut Children's Medical Center.
We've made handouts and posters with all the
information you'll need to let people know about
the program. Download them at www.ctcpas.org/nyp.
Schedule your pick-up.
CTCPA will come out to you to pick up the items in
December. To schedule your pick-up, contact Alicia
Strong at email@example.com or 860-258-0217.
In the neighborhood?
You can also drop off donations at the CTCPA
Education Center from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.,
Monday through Friday, through December 15.
Download your participation poster and
learn more at www.ctcpas.org/nyp.
What to donate: paint, paint brushes, markers,
crayons, paper, stickers, pipe cleaners, glitter,
glue, and more. Be creative!
ArtReach helps patients, siblings, and families in creating arts
and crafts projects in one of Connecticut Children's inpatient
playrooms. For patients who are unable to come to the play-
room, ArtReach volunteers deliver a package of materials to
their room so they can participate on their own schedule.