Members are singles and couples between the ages of 22 and 39 who don’t yet have children and are interested in making friends as well as business contacts.Events run the gamut from potlucks to happy hours to sporting events.There are plenty of great events geared towards young professionals of all industries.

This group is all about fostering and cultivating a sense of community.

GET (which stands for “growing / emerging / talent”) has three main focuses: connection to others, connection to community and connection to resources.

Learn from business leaders and connect with other ambitious young professionals at these regular coffee Meetups “for executives and people who hope to be executives some day in high growth startups.” There’s no fee and no agenda, just the chance to trade ideas and advice.

If you’re sick of delivering your elevator pitch ad nauseum at networking events, this group’s unique format might be for you.

Share your successes, struggles and stories with fellow startup founders and entrepreneurs.

Learn from others and find inspiration from monthly special speakers — and have the chance to connect with your fellow movers and shakers. Connect with others along all points of that road at Ti E Arizona, a chapter of the global Ti E International network that boasts 15,000 members across 14 countries.Phoenix is a great place to live and work for young professionals.But don’t take our word for it — take the word of the many roundups who’ve ranked it among American cities.Each month offers both a dinner and a lunch meeting to suit different schedules, and there’s a 14-day free trial so you can test it out and decide if membership is right for you.If you’re in that middle ground between college and “settling down,” this group is a great place to find fun-loving young professionals in the same place in their lives.There’s no fee and no category restrictions, so it’s definitely worth checking out.