Youth Leadership Summit
Date and Time
Sat, September 17, 2022
10:00 AM – 7:30 PM PDT
About This Event
This interactive, inspirational event will teach teens and young adults the soft skills that will spark their inner leader!
We’re calling out to future leaders, who are now in high school or college and want to gain or boost their soft skills that will help them gain an advantage over their peers!
Soft skills include communication, networking, leadership, growth mindset, goal setting, and many more.
Acquiring these will help take your potential to the next level, no matter what career you plan to pursue in the future.
You can take this chance to have conversations with people who have the same interests as you while learning from experienced, energetic leaders, and having a blast participating in all the activities and games we have planned specifically for you!
Don’t miss out on this life-changing event on September 17th, 2022!
Acquire leadership, goal setting, personal growth and networking skills and much more through fun, interactive and experiential activities followed by an evening of entertaining games with your new friends .
High School and College Students, who want to stand out among their peers
David Yudis: Disney Alumni, Leadership Coach and Talent Development Expert
Dr. Connie Osterholt: Leadership Expert and Tony Robbins Master Trainer
Diana Miranda: Founder and Trainer of Lifeworks Transformational Trainings
Cindy Lau: Client Relationship Manager and Career Mentor
Drew Hayashida (MC): Event Host and Disney Corporate Event Specialist
Vanessa Yang (Host): Founder of 1st Mentor Street and Host of 1st Mentor Podcast
Lunch, snacks, light dinner and drinks
Supplies for activities
Opportunity to win prizes
Business Casual (Slacks/Dress pants with nice top and/or jacket. Jeans with nice top and jacket is allowed as well)
Listen to our latest podcast!
This educational and thought provoking podcast explores soft skills, life lessons and general knowledge for teens and young adults that they can listen to by themselves or together with their parents.