MILWAUKEE — The
social architecture firm NEWaukee is expanding its program for young
professionals in the Milwaukee area dubbed YPWeek into 28 new
Among those 28
communities are the city of and county of Waukesha, the firm
Modeled after a
program started by NEWaukee in 2012 to provide a weeklong series of
events focusing on discovery, adventure, and meaningful
conversations about the issues that matter to young professionals in
the Milwaukee area, the statewide program will run April 20-27, with
each community presenting a variety of programs that empower young
professionals to take ownership and pride in their hometowns.
In Waukesha, the
city will partner with the Waukesha County Business Alliance to
showcase the “amazing things Waukesha has to offer young
professionals,” a press release states.
Wisconsin continues to expand, we look forward to having a more
united voice and representation of what it means to be a young
professional in Wisconsin and how our communities and employers
accommodate this workforce,” said Angela Damiani, CEO and co-founder
of NEWaukee, in a press release.
initiative is also slated to feature the 2018 Bubbler Awards: Best
Places to Work for Young Professionals in Wisconsin. The Bubbler
Awards are designed to shine a light on companies that have made
great strides to accommodate the interests of a shifting workforce.
centers on what millennials are looking for in today’s workplace,
including: competitive salary and benefits, opportunity for
advancement, work-life balance, and employee and community
will close on Feb. 28 and the winners will be announced on March 14.
information on the awards, visit
information about YPWeek Wisconsin 2018 visit