Posts Tagged ‘ Young to Publishing Group ’

YPG’s Official Tote Bag

YPG’s Official Tote Bag
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Lots of books to carry? Need somewhere to put all those manuscripts? Then do we have the bag for you! Check out Young to Publishing’s brand-new tote bag, designed by Penguin’s own Julie Munn.  
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How to Network Like a (Young) Pro

Last month, The Onion published an article titled “Study: 89 Percent of Networking Non-Consensual”. It hilariously spotlights a sad professional reality: Networking is uncomfortable, especially for people new to the game (i.e., young publishing professionals like us). But not to worry, networking is a skill that can be learned like any other.
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YPG Cares Supports Project Cicero

YPG Cares Supports Project Cicero

On Saturday, March 12, 2011, a group of YPG members from several AAP member publishing houses volunteered to help with Project Cicero, an annual nonprofit book drive established in 2001 whose mission is to provide books to underfunded New York City public schools.
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You Can Read a YA Book on the Train

On February 8, 2011, in our largest Brown Bag Lunch to date, over 150 YPG members gathered at Random House to discuss an increasingly popular topic among readers and publishers: Young Adult literature.
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YPG Cares Supports Read Across America Day

YPG Cares Supports Read Across America Day

On Thursday, Feb 24th, 2011, several members of YPG Cares from various AAP member publishing houses showed their support for the NEA's Read Across America Day by attending the unveiling of a 26-foot-tall “READ” installation on the steps of the New York Public Library’s Stephen A. Schwarzman Building.
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YPG Cares Shows “Story Love”

YPG Cares Shows “Story Love”

On Wednesday, February 16 at 7:00 pm, 28 members of YPG Cares from over 13 AAP member publishing houses met in midtown Manhattan’s Drama Book Shop to volunteer with the Story Pirates on their Story Love project.
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YPG Invited to NYU Media Talk Series

YPG Invited to NYU Media Talk Series

In October 2010, YPG was invited to be a part of the NYU Media Talk series hosted by The Center for Publishing at NYU-SCPS. Over 40 YPG members attended “The Case for Media Optimism: What's Working and Why."
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YPG Cares Volunteers Assist Center for Fiction

YPG Cares Volunteers Assist Center for Fiction

On Saturday, January 22nd, over 20 YPG members from a vast array of AAP member houses gathered at The Center for Fiction to assist with their Books for NYC Schools program.
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YPG Hosts Inaugural House Party to Celebrate the National Book Awards

YPG Hosts Inaugural House Party to Celebrate the National Book Awards

On November 17, 2010, the YPG hosted its first annual House Party to celebrate the National Book Awards, and it was a huge success! Over 450 young professionals from publishing and media companies enjoyed an exclusive live feed of the awards, food, drinks, music, and an auction to benefit Literacy Partners.
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YPG Kicks Off Community Service Initiative with New York Cares Day

YPG Kicks Off Community Service Initiative with New York Cares Day

On October 24, 2010, 36 YPG members participated in the inaugural activity of our new Community Service Initiative, YPG Cares, painting a school library in Astoria, Queens. It was a huge success and we ended the day covered in paint, full of pizza, and excited to make the Albert Shanker School a brighter place!
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