The Tri-Cities Area Journal of Business is looking for rising stars to feature in its annual Mid-Columbia Young Professionals edition.
Mid-Columbia professionals age 40 and under this year are encouraged to apply.
Applications will be reviewed for career development, leadership, and charity work or community involvement. Answers will form the basis for a profile in our special Young Professionals edition.
Letters of recommendation and additional materials may be submitted with applications but are not required.
Winners will be notified in June. The winners will be featured in the July issue of the Tri-Cities Area Journal of Business.
Thank you for your applications. Good luck!
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Young Professional 2021: Elizabeth Barnes
Elizabeth Barnes Executive Director The Children’s Reading Foundation of the Mid-Columbia Favorite sports team? U.S. Olympic women’s gymnastics team Favorite Tri-City restaurant? Foodies Favorite music? Pure pop What’s your dream vacation? Warm sandy beaches Age: 38 Current city of residence: Richland How long have you worked for The Children’s Reading Foundation? 2 years Briefly describe…
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Young Professional 2021: Erin M. Braich
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Young Professional 2021: Julie A. Campos
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• Applicants must be 40 years of age or under by Dec. 31, 2022.
• Work or live in Benton or Franklin counties.
• Cannot be a past winner.
DEADLINE AND SUBMISSIONS
• Submission deadline was Wednesday, June 1, 2022.
• Self-nominations and nominations for Young Professionals will be accepted.