Inc.com’s recent article says Madison, Wisconsin attracts more millennials than any other city in the country. In fact, it has the highest concentration of millennials compared to other tech cities at 26%. It’s no secret that Madison consistently makes it to the top of many lists; Best for young entrepreneurs, fittest city, livability for young professionals, Healthiest, Most Caring, Super Cool...you get the picture. For those who reside here, we already get it, but here are some reasons why Inc.com believes that it’s a great place to live if you’re a millennial.
This year, Madison was named number seven on Liveability's Top Places to Live for Young Professionals, and as an organization that serve's Madison's young professionals to connect, collaborate and inspire that made us feel p-r-e-t-t-y good! Our mission and vision is to ensure that Madison's yp's whether they are new here or they've been here for ages, want to continue lend their talents to our community and call Madison home. Take a look at what Livability uncovered when they asked 'why Madison' and let us know what they missed!
Magnet Members cover all demographics, occupations and interests. That's what makes the largest young professional organization in Madison so special. It's important to us in our goal to elevate young professionals that we are showing off the talented individuals who make up our membership list and committees. We’d love you to meet the amazing, talented and driven Alex Vitanye!
Madison Magnet is thrilled to welcome Zach Ketterhagen as our newest member of the governing Board of Directors
By Brandon Blackmer
Last Thursday, Ultrazone Madison and Madison Magnet co-hosted a pairing of local distiller’s, great food, and of course, laser tag. Ultrazone really set the bar and provided an excellent array of food, ranging from a full Gyro bar, BBQ brisket sliders, shrimp cocktails, meat and vegetable trays, and several different desert options.
Magnet is seeking talented young professionals from the Madison area to serve on our board of directors. Magnet is a non-profit, volunteer-driven organization dedicated to empowering and uniting young professionals in the Greater Madison region through community involvement & engagement, professional development, and social/cultural opportunities.
Melissa has been a member of Magnet for three years now, and she serves on our Board of Directors plus two Magnet committees, Social and Membership.