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© 2019 by Millennials of Atlanta

MIL·LEN·NIAL:

A person reaching young adulthood in the early 21st century, born between 1981 and 1996.

About Us

What happens when you give millennials access to free and low-cost events where they'll be able to meet like-minded people, have fun, learn something new, and grow as an individual? They win. That's why MoA was created. ​ In 2017, we realized we weren't the only millennials without friends or family members in the Metro-Atlanta area so she decided to do something about it.

Keeping in mind four specific focuses, Briana set out to work with local businesses and brands to create a community in which people could just take a break from their regular, hectic lives and actually meet each other while also giving back to the Metro-Atlanta communities.

Millennials of Atlanta provides social experiences through our original mixers, fitness opportunities through group fitness classes, community service in the Atlanta area, and panel-like events that encourage an active learning style. We're also excited to begin proving that Millennials Do More as we prepare our emergency relief fund for millennials in the Metro-Atlanta area. ​
 
To assist our millennial community in being fiscally responsible, we also have a limited amount of paid memberships that allow the individual to attend events for free. Additionally, it's our mission to ensure the majority of our events are budget-friendly because let's face it, adulting is expensive.

Long story short, we're a community and we hope you'll be apart of it.

 

Become a Member

Membership within Millennials of Atlanta is essential for not only our growth but our commitment to serving the community and city of Atlanta. Due to high demand, only 30 membership applications are accepted each month. Members of Millennials of Atlanta enjoy free access to our events, an official membership card, an official lapel pin, and discounts among our awesome partner businesses. While it's not required, we encourage our members to play an active role in our organization as well as our community through attending events, both social and service. Are you ready to join? Click the button below to choose the best membership for you.

 
 
Upcoming Events
MoA Gets Fit
Mon, Apr 06
Instagram
Apr 06, 4:00 PM – Apr 30, 8:59 PM
Instagram
We're making working out a lot easier! Join us for our daily workout challenge. Each week we're spelling out a word and will only take your THREE-FIVE minutes to complete. This week we're spelling out MoA!
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Worship Wednesday
Wed, Apr 08
Zoom
Apr 08, 6:30 PM
Zoom
Let's talk about being a millennial-aged Christian. Balancing work, life, dating, the quarantine, and more. Please note that children are not encouraged to be on our calls.
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Netflix and No Contact
Sat, Apr 11
Netflix
Apr 11, 7:30 PM
Netflix
Who said we have to be together to have a movie night? Join us for Netflix and No Contact!
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Branding and Business Plans
Sat, Apr 25
Webinar
Apr 25, 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Webinar
You asked about business plans and branding, and we listened. Join us for a free educational event to help you secure your own bag by building your business.
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Love is Blind Q&A
Sat, Apr 25
Hop In
Apr 25, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Hop In
You bring the wine, and we'll bring some of the cast of Love is Blind! Answering your questions about the experiment, casting, and more, join us for an exciting virtual experience!
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Millennials Do More

We know that life gets rough, and we'd like to help as much as we can. That's why we created the Millennials Do More Initiative, an emergency relief fund for millennials in the Metro-Atlanta Area. We don't have a TON of money, but we'd like to share what we do have. If you're in need of financial assistance, counseling, transportation, or anything we might be able to help with, discreetly apply for assistance below. Together, millennials really can do more.