The 10th anniversary Global Youth Economic Opportunities Summit will take place on September 28–30, 2016, in Washington, DC. The go-to youth development event of its kind, the Summit convenes more than 450 leading global companies, donors, implementers, policymakers, educators, researchers, and youth leaders from 50 countries, to exchange knowledge that results in changed practices and improved performance.
The 2016 Summit theme is: Turning Point: How Do We Achieve Results & Scale in the Next Decade? Demand driven topics at the Summit will include technical tracks in Workforce Development, Enterprise Development, Financial Inclusion, Gender and Monitoring and Evaluation. The Summit will also offer deep dives on technology, the role of the private sector, soft skills and youth ecosystem.
You can attend the 2016 summit by either registering as a participant or submit a proposal to be a presenter.
Registration can be done online.
Presenting at the Global Youth Economic Opportunities Summit enhances participants’ ability to gain visibility, highlight their expertise, expand their network, and deepen their own learning through audience exchange and collaboration. This overview provides important details on the process to be considered as a presenter. Before submitting a proposal, please read the instructions carefully.
Deadline for Submission: Thursday, March 25, 2016 at 11:59 pm EST