Sponsorship Opportunities Available Now for the Global Youth Ambassadors Leadership Program
From July 20-27, 2019, Chicago Sister Cities International and the University of Illinois at Chicago will host the Global Youth Ambassadors Leadership Summit. Now in its fourth year, the Summit is an intensive leadership program in Chicago designed to build the next generation of global leaders.
The competitive application brings girls, ages 14-16, who live in or attend school in the city of Chicago or one of its 28 sister cities to Chicago for an immersive week learning from top female business and civic leaders. There is no cost to attend the Summit but to make this program obtainable, please consider giving your time, office space or a making donation to help support this incredible program.
To learn more about sponsorship opportunities please contact Melanie Sillas, Vice President of Development at firstname.lastname@example.org
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