AIESEC'S INTERNATIONAL YOUTH LEADERS CONFERENCE 2014

Tuesday, February 11, 2014

The youth’s legacy is the world’s future.

International student-run organization AIESEC believes that the change envisioned by the young leaders of today can be actualized through self-leadership, community collaboration, and global generation movement. The organization trusts that the change that the youth creates today will be a legacy for future generations to celebrate.



On March 21, 2014 at the Samsung Hall, Taguig City, the first International Youth Leaders Conference (IYLC) will bring hundreds of college-level individuals from all over the world who pursue social change together in one event.

The youth conference will have talks, collaborative workshops, and awards that explore the leadership aspects of the self, community, and the world through the potentials of youth leadership and empowerment.

Delegates will be introduced to introspective, collaborative, and proactive outlooks on the capacity of young individuals to instigate inspiration among members of their generation to mobilize global change through youth leadership.

“With IYLC, we wish to recognize the great feats youth leaders have accomplished today, and the potential of youth leadership to do more,” AIESEC Philippines President Audrey Elumba said.



Be part of this global movement. Registration is free. Apply now at: http://tinyurl.com/IYLCApps.

For more information, like the IYLC Facebook page: http://facebook.com/IYLC2014 or send your inquiries to iylcphilippines@gmail.com.

IYLC, like the Global Youth Summit and Philippines Youth to Business Forum, is among the several forums and conferences organized by AIESEC to provide the innovators of tomorrow leadership opportunities that instil active societal participation with a global mindset.

IYLC is part of the Asia Pacific Congress (APC), AIESEC’s largest regional conference with hundreds of international delegates from all over the globe. APC will be hosted this year by AIESEC Philippines with the hope of initiating the leadership engagement of every young person in the world.

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