Moneythink Young Professionals Board Interest Form
Thank you for your interest in joining the Moneythink's Young Professionals Board (YPB). We're happy you found us.

As you're probably well aware, Moneythink is a Chicago-based nonprofit that works with low income young adults to help them navigate the financial challenges of everyday life. We work with existing institutions to reach young adults through a technology-enhanced financial mentorship experience. Moneythink aims to improve the economic health of the United States by giving young people the tools to spend mindfully, save money, and use financial products safely for the rest of their lives.

Moneythink's YPB supports and augments the organization's mission. We are always looking for passionate, talented, dedicated young professionals to join us, and are thrilled to learn more about you. All ages, backgrounds, career paths, etc. are welcome to apply. Expectations include:

- In person participation at monthly meetings in our home city (we connect nationwide by video),
- Advocacy of the organization and its mission within our professional and social circles,
- Supporting Moneythink's economic sustainability and development,
- Planning and attending local happy hours, galas, volunteer events, and more, and
- Contributing creatively to Moneythink's strategic growth.

Please take a few minutes to fill out the below. We will contact you with next steps during the next application cycle, which will occur during SUMMER 2019. Until then, stay tuned -- and we will be in touch!!!

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E-mail address *
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City *
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Place of Employment, Title *
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Please upload your resume via Dropbox or Google Docs. *
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How does your background align with Moneythink's mission? What would you hope to get out of an experience serving on Moneythink's Young Professionals Board? *
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How did you hear about Moneythink? *
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