American-Danish Young Professionals (ADYP)

The American-Danish Business Council offers the opportunity to join a social network for students and young professionals interested in fostering relations between the U.S. and Denmark.

The American-Danish Young Professionals (ADYP) provides aspiring young professionals with unique networking opportunities that contribute to their professional development. Our mission is to design a social network dedicated to give young leaders the opportunity to socialize, exchange ideas, share common interests and grow professionally.

Members of American-Danish Young Professionals (ADYP) will get the opportunity to participate in various events, meet new friends and extend their network. Furthermore, Young Professionals will have access to some of ADBCs corporate members events and Embassy events in general.

 American-Danish Young Professionals Network Benefits:

  • Opportunity to attend events, conferences, etc.
  • Unique networking opportunities
  • Grow your professional profile

How do I join?

Joining American-Danish Young Professionals (ADYP) is free. To join the network sign up below.

Join our Facebook group for general updates:

You have to sign up as a member below to attend our events.

The American-Danish Young Professionals (ADYP) is a non-profit association established in 2015. It operates as a network within the American-Danish Business Council and specifically designed for Danish and American Young Professionals.

If you have any questions, please contact us on:

Amalie Drachmann Krogh, Mathias Nielsen and Amar Rewari
Directors of ADYP

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    1. Sean Wallace Herman

      I grew up in the Pacific in the Philippines, Guam, and Hawai’i. I served almost 10 years as an Army infantryman traveling the world and working with NATO partners. Currently, I’m studying Accounting at Georgetown University

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