AIESEC, the world’s largest student-run organization, is organizing the Second National Youth Leadership Day to be held in several cities around Colombia on Saturday.
The event will be happening simultaneously in eleven different cities across Colombia: Barranquilla, Bogotá, Cartagena, Cauca, Ibague, Manizales, Medellin, Pereira, Popayan, Santa Marta, and Valledupar.
Some of the themes of the conference include what it means to be a global citizen, how to be an agent of agent, social business, and the important of young talent in businesses today. Laura Sanchez and Randy Puentes are the Presidents of the event. In Bogotá, AIESEC members have come from Bolivia, Venezuela, Peru, United States, Mexico, Brazil, and Greece to work on planning and organizing the event.
“The ‘National Youth Leadership Day’ is the perfect way to show young people in Colombia how important their role is in the world and how their leadership can change realities around them,” one of the organizers told Colombia Reports.
The target age group is people ages 18-30, but all are welcome.
The principle conference will be held in Bogota at the Corferia Pavillion 22-23 and the price of the ticket is $15,000 pesos; in the other cities entrance is free.