Age group: Students aged 14 – 18
Wednesday, May 12th: 4:00 – 6:00 PM EST
Daily Theme: What Is Global Citizenship? Being a Global Citizen & a Youth Activist
Thursday, May 13th: 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM EST
Daily Theme: Your Cause
Friday, May 14th: 11am – 4pm EST
Daily Theme: Time to Act
Sophia is an American climate activist specializing in media and strategy. She is the founder and executive director of Climate Cardinals, an international youth-led nonprofit that works to translate information about climate change into over 100 languages. She represents the United States as the youngest member of the United Nations Secretary-General’s Youth Advisory Group on Climate Change. She also works as a national strategist for Fridays for Future, an international spokesperson for Extinction Rebellion, and a national partnerships coordinator for This is Zero Hour.
Our broad network of expert speakers allows us to connect students with people all around the world who are doing real, meaningful work every day. Each Cause will have an expert speaker who will provide their real-world perspective and have a rich conversation with participating students. rnrnSpeakers will be confirmed by April 11th. rnrnIn the meantime, check out some of our guest speakers below.
Conference Learning Goals:
Participants will participate in activities designed to help them find their cause, aligning their actions with their values.
Students will understand their power to change the world.
Frequently Asked Questions
This is a high school conference for students aged 14 – 18
A faculty representative should plan to attend the conference as a steward for their school’s cohort. There is no expectation for faculty to facilitate, plan, or lead conference sessions; rather, they are invited as observers and advisors to their cohort.
Synchronous sessions will be held over Zoom. We will use Google Docs for collaborative activities during the Conference.