Friday, October 10, 2014

You're Invited: Five Minutes in Hell!

It's going to be hot in herre! At least, for the folks onstage at YNPN Twin Cities' annual Five Minutes in Hell event. See below for the speaker set list and save your seat in Hell ('s Kitchen) today!

YNPN Twin Cities invites you to attend:
Five Minutes in Hell
Monday, October 20, 2014, 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Hell's Kitchen,
80 S 9th St.
Minneapolis, MN 55402
Register now

We're offering the stage to our members, so they can show us what they know for Five Minutes in Hell!

On October 20, you'll want to descend deep underground into Hell's Kitchen. But don't worry, you won't be alone. You and your fellow attendees will bear witness to the brave souls who will each take the stage for a five-minute presentation on a topic that relates to connection.
This high-energy, fast-paced event is the perfect bite-sized opportunity to gain knowledge, meet some devilish young nonprofit professionals, and get a taste of what it's like to be on the hotseat. And we fully expect this to be a fun night out for people of all ages and professions, so bring your co-workers, your friends, your long-lost relatives.
We've got a few special surprises and door prizes in store this year too -- you'll have to come to see what we mean!
Doors open at 5:30 PM and the program starts at 6:00 PM.

Will our presenters stay in hell or make the journey to YNPN heaven? You'll be the judge!
Your master of ceremonies
Richard Matson-Daley
IT Service Liaison, University of Minnesota

This presenter from 2012's Five Minutes in Hell returns to help guide new brave souls through their journey!

Who's on the hot seat?
BrandonErnest Comer III
F*ck being homeless
Circumstances that drove a me to what I can only describe as depression before driving me to make better choices and shift my focus to enjoying a much better life.

Mary Gossett
From past pain to present passion

We all have a story to tell. This topic is all about transforming your perceived past failures and struggles into your biggest assets. Peer Recovery Support is a career path that is dependent upon sharing your story of hurt, failure, struggle, recovery and victory.
Courtney Bergey
little people | BIG IDEAS
It's hard to be the youngest one at the conference table--especially when you have big ideas and want to make meaningful change. In my presentation I will use examples from my own work in a small community to share strategies for successfully engaging constituents and empowering yourself as a young professional.
Aaron Abram
Transforming your Identity to Identi-WE!

We are all singular, yet dynamic, pieces to a collective movement that makes every person necessary to its success. Once we can understand where our personal goals and expertise (I) can fit into the movement, every base for success can be covered.
Richmond Tweh
5 to 9 is more important than your 9 to 5
In a job you're not passionate about and feeling miserable about it? Get some tips on following your passions from someone who's been there.
Sarah Murali & Vanessa Dalkhaa
"Finding a's like eating a chicken!" - Life overheard at The English Learning Center

When you pack a few hundred people from 40 different countries, who are communicating in 20+ languages, into a modestly-sized basement, the results are … unpredictable -- and amazing. As you journey with us into the elaborate web we call The English Learning Center, we hope to hand you a magnifying glass through which you will see how it is intricately woven together by various points of human connection.
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