Stay Work Play seeks businesses' support



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Stay Work Play -- the organization whose goal it is to encourage 20-to-30-year-olds to pursue their careers in New Hampshire -- is looking for small and large businesses and other organizations around the state that share its focus on retaining the state's young educated workforce.The group, along with Gov. John Lynch and the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation, has sent out invitations to more than 50 organizations to attend an event on Thursday, Jan. 26, in Concord. The organizations will be urged to take part as part of Stay Work Play's board of advisers.Securing a young workforce is vital to New Hampshire's economy, and Stay Work Play is leading the way in an effort to make our state more attractive to young workers, said Kate Luczko, Stay Work Play's executive director.She said the event will help kick off a new phase for Stay Work Play and "help better bridge the needs of our business community with the needs of our student population who are currently looking beyond New Hampshire's borders for professional opportunities."While the Jan. 26 event is by invitation only, more information about the Stay Work Play board of advisers can be obtained by visiting http://stayworkplay.org/about-us/board-advisors or contacting Luczko at 603-860-2245 or mailto:kate@stayworkplay.org. -- NEW HAMPSHIRE BUSINESS REVIEW

 

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