Welcome to NextGEN Macomb!

NextGen Macomb is a group of young (20-40 something) leaders and professionals dedicated to making Macomb County a preferred place to live and work by engaging in community visioning, participating in community involvement, promoting Macomb’s Live, Work, Play mantra  and fostering professional development. By investing in the Macomb area, we hope to strengthen the local economy, care for the community, and leverage influence in the county’s future.

 

Who we are and What we do

Over the past few years, young professional organizations across the state have been gaining recognition and support as they embark on a mission to bring their voice to the communities in which they live, work and play. Recently, a group of young professionals in Macomb County have united to bring their voices forward, the result of which is NextGen Macomb.

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How Can I Get Involved?

NextGen Macomb invites young professionals (ages 21-40) in Macomb County to join. Joining NGM is easy and we welcome members of all professional, educational, and personal backgrounds.

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March 17, 2016

Downtown Mt. Clemens Rolls Out Schedule of Events

Downtown Mount Clemens rolls out schedule of events

A new walk/run event will be known as the Mount Clemens City Sneakers that will take place ever


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September 26, 2014

NextGEN Picture Perfect Event

Still using that old high school picture for your profile picture? Then meet us at Hatchey’s to get a brand new headshot! For $15 you can get a profes


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September 22, 2014

The Future of Macomb: Young Professionals

Macomb County has a large number of well-established groups, chambers, and community organizations that a professional should belong too.


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