Prescott Area Young Professionals

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About Prescott Area Young Professionals

Prescott Area Young Professionals (PAYP) is a quality group of 21-40 year old young professionals working together to showcase the Prescott area as a place for opportunity, growth, and success. PAYP is supported by the Prescott, Prescott Valley, and Chino Valley Chambers of Commerce.

PAYP provides unique social networking, personal and professional development, and service opportunities throughout the quad-cities. From networking with city leaders, learning from experts, and hosting Party in the Pines – Prescott’s biggest charity beer festival, PAYP provides opportunities to impact the community and make a difference where we live and work.

PAYP strives to build relationships, give back, and work hand-in-hand with professionals to help make Prescott and the surrounding communities a better place to work, play, and live.

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PAYP Shout It Out

Shout It Out

We’ve got a whole bunch of awesome, jaw-dropping achievers in our midst, and it’s time to flaunt those victories! Members, want to hear your achievements.

Let’s create a buzz around our wins because hey, celebrating each other’s successes makes us all shine brighter.

So, don’t hold back – share your triumphs, and let’s sprinkle some extra sparkle into our community!

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Prescott Area Young Professionals Lead

Members of PAYP have the opportunity to get involved, learn how to make a difference in the community, and become the next generation of Prescott leaders. 

Prescott Area Young Professionals Testimonial

In my line of work, just knowing people and where they connect to different businesses and organizations is important, and PAYP has totally helped with that! Plus I’ve made friends with some fun, civic-minded young people. It’s so refreshing to know that there are other young professionals, right here, who care about a lot of the same things I do. It’s clear that a lot of these people are going to be key leaders of this community in years to come.

Ashley Hust, PAYP Member