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  • Proper Office Ergronomics
    Ergonomics in the office is the practice of designing and organizing a workspace to fit the needs of the user in order to reduce discomfort and increase efficiency. Proper ergonomics can help prevent musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) which are common among office workers such as carpal tunnel syndrome, lower back pain, shoulder pain, neck pain, and […]
  • Luminance Lights Up Edmond By Nicloe Koehn with Edmond Electric
    December in Edmond brings special memories: family time, fun activities with friends, sweater weather, celebrating traditions and … colorful lights! Edmond has the unique tradition of inviting citizens and visitors to stroll through lights at Mitch Park to see large one-of-a-kind holiday displays. Other cities have lights…but our lights are walkable, elegantly arranged among trees, […]
  • Things Happening Around Edmond By Miranda Petre from Visit Edmond:
    It’s fall in Edmond, which means cooler weather and fun events. With fall comes the return of UCO football, Storybook Forest at Arcadia Lake, the indoor farmer’s market at Mitch Park and more. September through November is full of fun, so spread the word! Fall Activities: Cooler weather brings recreational bliss. Explore Edmond through a Public […]
  • Importance of Voting By Laura Butler, Assistant Vice President for Public Affairs at the University of Central Oklahoma 
    Unsubscribe – this is the response many are having toward civic engagement. Politics can feel daunting and divisive from social media posts, commercial advertisements, news stories and belligerent [insert family member name here]. Perhaps, this is why people are choosing to opt out and not engage. The reality is whether you opt out, decisions continue […]
  • Inflation and Planning During A Recession
    Posted by David Dick, David Dick Financial on 07/26/2022 Inflation & Planning during a Recession                 Inflation is so inconvenient to young professionals who are starting their careers or trying to find a career path. But how does one navigate through these times where the economy is falling and inflation is rising? STOP worrying! Recessions […]
  • Sunny Dayz Mural Festival is Coming to Downtown Edmond on August 6th!
    Posted by Virginia Sitzes, Sunny Dayz Mural Festival on 07/13/2022 Sunny Dayz Mural Festival is Coming to Downtown Edmond on August 6th! Sunny Dayz Mural Festival was founded in March of 2021 by Oklahoma artist and educator, Virginia Sitzes, to empower, elevate and celebrate female and nonbinary artists! SDMF is committed to uplifting and supporting […]
  • What Does A Market “Shift” Mean For Young Professionals In Edmond?
    Posted by Shanna Garrett on 06/06/2022 What Does A Market “Shift” Mean For Young Professionals In Edmond? We are starting to hear the word “Shift” in our market. Interest rates have gone up, causing buyers to reconsider purchasing. Sellers are thinking twice about listing their home as their need to buy would cause them to […]
  • Leadership Edmond Opportunity
    Posted by Amanda Bowen, Director of Leadership Programs on 05/12/2022 Leadership Edmond is a leadership development program designed to provide community leaders with a deeper understanding of the critical issues affecting the Edmond area. Leadership Edmond provides a backstage pass to the Edmond community.  The program is unique in that it combines people that are […]
  • Endeavor Games
    Posted by Cassidhe Walker, UCO Endeavor Games on 04/01/2022 EYP’s mission is to build and develop leaders for the betterment of our community. We achieve this through a variety of educational and networking events, but also through volunteer opportunities throughout the year. As EYP Chairwoman and Coordinator of Adaptive Sports and Events at the University […]
  • Life Insurance
    Posted by Shane Luebbers-Jones on 03/01/2022 Let me throw some numbers out here: 52% – According to the Life Insurance Marketing and Research Association (LIMRA), that is thepercentage of adults who currently have life insurance. 27% – This is the percentage of life insurance policy holders that only have coverage through agroup policy provided by […]
  • Meet the 2022 EYP Advisory Board
    Posted by Kristen King on 02/07/2022 EYP is run by an outstanding group of young professionals in the Edmond Area that serve on our EYP Advisory Board. You have probably seen some of these friendly faces at different EYP events. Our board encompasses a variety of different industries in the Edmond community. The goal of […]

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