The youth helping create a globally competitive Philippines this Youth Leadership Month
On its 3rd year in the Philippines, the Youth-to-Business Forum (Y2B) is coming back this March 31 as part of Youth Leadership Month (YLM), with the theme: The Philippines Leading the Change in ASEAN 2015.
With the same vision of creating an intergeneration, collaborative platform between the youth and business leaders, it aims to elevate the importance of leadership within the business sector, and how it can help empower and mobilize its members and the business-oriented youth to contribute to nation building.
The one-day event’s key activities include talks and coffee sessions on globalization, leadership, and excellence, and direct interaction with members of the business sector.
Leaders, both young and professional, with diverse backgrounds and experiences will share insights and gain new perspectives to push the Philippines forward through globally competent and competitive entrepreneurial leadership.
College students nationwide and across all fields, members and leaders of student organizations who are interested in business and strongly believe in the contribution of the influence and potential of the sector, and youth empowerment are called to step up and take the LEAD!
Youth-to-Business Forum will also take place in Cebu this coming March 29 which aims for a globally competitive Visayas through inclusive growth and youth involvement.
Youth Leadership Month is a month-long national movement that aims to develop youth leadership in the Philippines, for the Philippines through creating an empowered, inclusive and action-oriented community in the country.
This is our chance to make a stand, and to be the voice of our generation. So what are you waiting for? Be part of the #LeadStrongPH movement and help make a change.
For more details, you can also check out the IYLC Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/PHY2B
Other YLM initiatives were also created in the following campuses and regions: De La Salle University, Miriam College, Philippine School of Business Administration, Polytechnical University of the Philippines, Silliman University, University of the Philippines Manila, University of Santo Tomas, University of the East, CALABARZON, Davao, and Cebu.
To know more about how you and your school or organization can get involved, like the YLM Facebook page: http://facebook.com/YLM2015, visit the website: http://ylm.aiesecphilipines.org, or message firstname.lastname@example.org.