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North Shore Young Professionals (NYSP) attended the first networking event at Stereo Garden in Patchogue. (Photo by Ed Shin)

North Shore Young Professionals held its first networking on May 21 at Stereo Garden in Patchogue. It was an event where young people and entrepreneurs across all types of businesses could meet and network while having fun for a great cause.

The North Shore Young Professionals (NSYP) is a group of young, Long Island adults under the age of 35 who embrace an entrepreneurial mindset and have a passion for business while promoting growth and change in the community. Through the use of social events, volunteer work, and community outreach, the group helps network with fellow young individuals trying to grow their business and their life to whatever they may want it to be.

The group’s mission is to help the young professionals of Long Island grow their careers in a fun environment where fellow young professionals can network and grow each other’s businesses.

The North Shore Young Professionals was started by Justin Soriano, of Signature Premier Properties, who always understood the importance of networking working in real estate and has always wanted a group of his own that was both young and dedicated to their businesses. Young entrepreneurs of all types are involved in the group, which has grown to more than 200 members.

For more information about the North Shore Young Professionals, email Justin Soriano at jsoriano@signaturepremier.com or go to the NSYP Facebook group page at https://www.facebook.com/groups/256885459114563.

Justin Soriano, founder of the North Shore Young Professionals Group. (Photo by Ed Shin)
James Tsunis, DJ Carlos Carasco, and Justin Soriano. (Photo by Ed Shin)
Kateryn Amaya and Carlos Hernandez. (Photo by Ed Shin)
Lindsey Stortz, Gabriella Estrada, and Scott Brekne. (Photo by Ed Shin)
Volunteers helping out the event and (Middle) Christine Fitzgerald, founder of the Smithtown Children’s Foundation. From raffle tickets that were sold, 100% of the proceeds were given to the Smithtown Children’s Foundation. (Photo by Ed Shin)
Justin Soriano thanking everyone who came to the networking event. (Photo by Ed Shin)
Members of the North Shore Young Professionals. (Photo by Ed Shin)
Members of the North Shore Young Professionals. (Photo by Ed Shin)
Members of the North Shore Young Professionals. (Photo by Ed Shin)
Members of the North Shore Young Professionals. (Photo by Ed Shin)
Members of the North Shore Young Professionals. (Photo by Ed Shin)
Members of the North Shore Young Professionals. (Photo by Ed Shin)
Members of the North Shore Young Professionals. (Photo by Ed Shin)
Members of the North Shore Young Professionals. (Photo by Ed Shin)

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