YPT Chicago

About YPT Chicago

YPT-Chicago was founded in March 2012 for young professionals in the Chicago area.  We aim to provide career guidance, fellowship, and networking opportunities for young professionals in the transportation field through free talks by leaders in the field, technical tours, happy hours, and other events.  Our Board and other members of our leadership represent a diverse group of young transportation professionals and students from across the transportation spectrum in both the private and public sector.

If you are a transportation professional or student in the Chicago area, please join us at our next event! Like us on Facebook or sign up as a member through YPT National in order to hear about our latest news and events.   

Please contact us at chicago@chapters.yptransportation.org for further information or inquiries.

Don’t forget to check the Chicago chapter website or the Calendar of Events for upcoming events.

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