Start a chapter

YPT is currently in the process of establishing regional chapters in major metropolitan areas around the United States.

Are you interested in starting a local YPT Chapter?

YPT was started to provide networking opportunities at the local level and can be started in any city – large or small. We’re expanding rapidly and excited to have more chapters starting up across the nation. YPT has Chapter Development contacts on our International Board who will help you get started and can guide you through the process.

Here are the first three things you should do:

1. First, become a member of YPT so you can start getting emails, notices, and hear more about what YPT is doing.

2. Second, send an email to chapters@yptransportation.org to let us know a little bit about yourself and what city you’re interested in starting a chapter in. We’ll get back in touch to set up a time to have a start up call with you.

3. Third, start talking to others about getting involved in starting a Chapter in your area and invite them to join us for the start up call to hear more!

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