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The YGL National Chapter, located in Washington, DC, is the umbrella chapter for all of our local chapters across the United States.  Our events are open to all aspiring government leaders, no matter where you may be located.   We host a variety of professional, social and charitable events throughout the year in the National Capital Region.  In addition, we sponsor virtual events for all of our members.  Membership is free, easy, and open to all.  Check our calendar for upcoming events and let us know if you would like to see a specific event in the near future!

YGL National News Feed

Young Government Leaders Welcomes New President Miguel Joey Aviles

October 5th, 2015

WASHINGTON – On October 1st, 2015, Miguel Aviles will be confirmed as the next President of the Young Government Leaders (YGL), a 501 (c)(3)non-profit professional organization founded by, and more

Keeping Millennials Engaged In Government

September 24th, 2015

by Kehli Cage, Director of Mentoring and GOLD Fellows for the YGL National more

The Second Annual Fiscal New Year Party 2016!

September 11th, 2015

Fiscal-year-end drudgery got you down? Send that last email, shut down your computers, lock up the office, and join over 100 young professionals to celebrate the start of FY16! When: Thursday, more

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  • June 19
    <>It's less than a week away-- sign up today!!

    The FINAL 2015 YGL/SEA mentoring workshop panel is next Thurs, June 25th, 6pm-8pm!

    Our panel is titled: "Let’s get down to Business: Understanding Business Acumen in the Federal Government"

    Panelists include senior level government officials who have worked in the following areas: Human Resources, Financial Management, and Administrative Operations!

    To RSVP click on the eventbrite link below:

  • June 19
    <>Our YGL National President Ginny Hill quoted in the Federal News Radio piece on the OPM data breach's impact on young feds

    OPM's lack of transparency on cyber breach leaves feds frustrated, ill informed
    Federal News Radio asked readers how they rated the performance of the Office of Personnel Management in communicating information about the recent data breaches. An overwhelming number rated the information as "poor" and many still didn't understand what happened or what they should do next.
  • June 19
    <>Have YOU registered for the life-changing NextGen Summit yet?

    It's only a month away...what are you waiting for?!!

    Get all the details here:

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