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Young Professionals

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Bringing Leaders of Tomorrow Together Today

Unlike other groups the Young Professionals provides a network environment for a fresh demographic entering the workforce. Our only standard is teamwork! We pride ourselves in service, community, professionalism with a passion to encourage growth and development with in the community. We would like to welcome you to make connections by meeting like minded individuals at one of our social hour events. Come and join us!

What People Are Saying About KACYP

Julia Arnold -

“Joining KACYP has given me a chance to connect with other like-minded people in the community. It’s a nice way to support local businesses and develop friendships. Every member brings something valuable and different to the table. “

Katie Moore -

“I am able to network by planting relationships & spreading light throughout the Hill country. While Living here for almost 20 years, I have seen this town grow & prosper as well as the people within…I am blessed to contribute to that. “

Lacey Darnell -

“I believe that connecting with others on a social level not only helps build businesses but helps serve others in need by being able to make good referrals. I work in senior living and it is always great being able to help them in my role and by connecting them with the services of the other businesses that I have met and gotten to know. KACYP has helped create business connections and new friendships so that I can better serve the families I work with. “


Nate Moreno -

“KACYP strives to create an environment where the next generation of Kerrville business leaders can develop and broaden their professional network. Moving recently to the Kerrville area, KACYP gave me a place to connect with career-driven people my age and an outlet to combine my passions of business and service to this great community.”

Taylor Finley-

“KACYP is and has been an excellent avenue for me to build both business relationships and friendships during my career in Kerrville. There’s just something cool about seeing steady growth in leadership from the young people in this community.”