Chicago Global Youth Ambassadors Summit Application Open Until February 4


From July 20-July 27, 2019, Chicago Sister Cities International (CSCI) and the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) will host the Global Youth Ambassadors Leadership Summit.

The Summit is an intensive leadership program in Chicago designed to build the next generation of global leaders. It is open to teenage girls, ages 14–16, from Chicago and its 28 international sister cities.

The Summit provides a globally-immersive experience for leadership development, cross-cultural awareness, and civic exchange while building relationships to last a lifetime. The girls experience Chicago with their peers while engaging with Chicago’s business and civic leaders and participating in workshops, discussions, and presentations on advocacy, activism, and leadership.

Applications are being accepted until February 4, 2019.

Those interested can apply for the program here.

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