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Young Professionals Council

The Young Professionals Council advances its mission to educate and develop young careerists by providing a forum to engage and learn from security thought leaders, get involved with ASIS programs and activities, and connect with peers from across the globe.

While a young professional is typically defined as under 40 years of age or an individual who has spent less than five years in the security profession, we encourage participation from anyone passionate about this initiative, regardless of age or experience.

ASIS 2017 Career Center​

Learn more ​about the ASIS 2017 on-site career center where you can get free resume reviews and career coaching, networking opportunities with employers and peers, and access to career development tools and job postings.

Young Professionals & Women in Security Happy Hour at ASIS 2017​

Tuesday, September 26 | 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
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Join the ASIS Women in Security Council and young professionals from across the security industry for this informal networking reception. Don’t miss this opportunity to connect with colleagues, ASIS leadership, and experienced security practitioners.​​

Young Professional's Seminar Experience A​ward Winne​rs​ 

This award provides an opportunity for​ three ASIS young professional members to attend the ASIS Annual Seminar and Exhibits (ASIS 2017) free of charge. Winners received a complimentary All-Access Pass to ASIS 2017, lodging during the conference, and a $500 USD airfare voucher.

Benefits of Group Engagement

Strategic networking
Build your professional network by meeting other young professionals and industry leaders.

Targeted education
Acquire new knowledge and information relevant to your career through customized educational forums.

Getting Involved

The first step to getting engaged with the group is to contact your local Young Professional Chapter Liaison. If your chapter does not have one appointed, reach out to your local chapter’s leadership.

For a list of the Young Professionals Council Liaisons, click here. Note that in order to participate, you must first be a member of the council. To join a council, click here.


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