Stay Work Play plans Web site, tour launch



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New Hampshire’s Stay Work Play Inc. will unveil its Web site and launch its college tour, with a party set for Thursday, Oct. 7, at Boynton's Taproom in Manchester.The event will feature a live performance of the New Hampshire-themed music video "Granite State of Mind" by Super Secret Project. Invited dignitaries include Gov. John Lynch and Manchester Mayor Ted Gatsas. In addition, there will be ample networking opportunities with young professionals and leaders from across the state.Planned for fall and winter, the college tour will bring entertainment to a few New Hampshire college campuses to engage students and encourage them to use the Stay Work Play Web site, stayworkplay.org, and the organization as a resource for launching a career in New Hampshire.Stay Work Play is building a following on Facebook and Twitter and traffic has been building steadily since the beta launch of the site over the summer.The Stay Work Play site includes hundreds of links to other Web sites as well as information, photos and content that is divided into sections that relate to staying, working, and playing in New Hampshire.Special features include links to all of the young professionals networks across the state, to Facebook and Twitter feeds, a living index, and resources regarding jobs in the state, housing, events, and activities.
Over the next several months, the organization plans to add a customized events calendar, enhance the job search component, launch a video contest and assist with an event that will recognize companies and individuals who excel at addressing the needs of younger workers in New Hampshire. 
"The Stay Work Play Web site features all of the opportunities that the Granite State has to offer to the young workforce today and serves as a reliable networking portal," said Cathleen A. Schmidt, president of Citizens Bank, which is sponsor of the kickoff event.More information can be found at http://stayworkplay.eventbrite.com or by contacting Kate Luczko at kate@stayworkplay.org or 603-860-2245. -- NEW HAMPSHIRE BUSINESS REVIEW

 

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