I've lived in Seattle for awhile but have a hard time making friends and meeting like minded people my age. I'm looking to hangout and make friends with other young adults A lot of the social events here are for "professionals" that have high tech or skilled jobs working at Microsoft, Google, Amazon, Expedia, Boeing, etc.
Make new friends and catch up with old ones. Go out for meals, go bowling, sing karaoke, play rounders in the park or simply enjoy a drink and a chat. You decide!
We understand the social challenges kids face today. Groups for all ages including young adults begin the week of September 9th. At the heart of this approach is the understanding that we think about people when we are around them.
I think the title says it all. I Dare you not to find something that suits you in the list below. Try them for three weeks and see what worked for you the most.
Please enter your location to help us display the correct information for your area. PEERS Program for the Education and Enrichment of Relational Skills is a week evidenced-based social skills intervention for motivated teens in middle and high school who are interested in learning ways to help them make and keep friends. During each group session, teens are taught important social skills and are given the opportunity to practice these skills in session during socialization activities.
New and returning members of the Young Adult Social Club are required to attend an Orientation session in order to create a positive experience for all group members. We will review respect, consideration, interpersonal boundaries, and other social skills within a group. Please print and bring the completed forms if you are new to the social club.
Our social groups aim to be inclusive — suitable for young adults both with and without disabilities. They are designed around activities which help build confidence and long lasting friendships, reduce feelings of isolation and encourage socialising. Our activities are designed to be social events as well as enjoyable activities.
A variety of mediums are explored in an effort to discover each artist's unique style. Players of all abilities will engage in activities teaching the fundamental skills of basketball. Activities and drills target emotional regulation, communication, following game rules and team work.
Where YA Meet is a monthly social get-together for young adults ages 15 through 39 who are currently in treatment for cancer, post-treatment, or living with long-term disease. Through guest speakers, social activities, and community excursions we make sure no one is fighting alone. Caring for Caregivers is held at the same time and place as Where YA Meet but is a separate break-out group.
Mendel offers social skills groups for children, adolescents and young adults. These groups are geared toward children who are socially awkward, extremely shy, or anxious in social situations. His groups are not time-limited ; that is, children can join the group at any point and participate as long as it is helpful to them. The maximum for each group is six members.