Support the 2018 Global Youth Ambassadors
Chicago Sister Cities International announced the students selected for the 2018 Global Youth Ambassadors Leadership Summit, taking place July 21-28.
After a competitive application process with hundreds of candidates, 25 teenage girls from Chicago, Mexico, Colombia, Germany, Israel, Pakistan, and other countries will have a once in a lifetime experience to develop as leaders, have cross-cultural exchanges, and build life-lasting relationships. Hosted by CSCI in partnership with the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC), this 7-day, globally immersive experience is designed to train the next generation of women leaders.
If your company or organization wants to invest in the future of these young women, please consider joining our host comittee. Each donation will help us ensure that the 2018 Youth Ambassadors have the best possible leadership development experience when they come to our city. For more information on how to support this event, please click here.
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