City Awake's Our Convention 2018
The largest convening of next generation leaders in the region
City Awake’s Our Convention for the Next Generation is the largest convening of next generation leaders in the region. In the fourth year of Our Convention, City Awake will attract 600 emerging leaders to discuss the important issues focused on the region. With a mix of workshops, fireside chats, keynote speakers, and more, City Awake will convene, inspire, and mobilize the next generation of Greater Boston leaders.
Schedule Convention 1:00-6:00 p.m. Afterparty 6:00-8:00 p.m.
City Awake is a program of the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce that works to retain and empower the next generation of Greater Boston leaders. Through City Awake, the Chamber connects young professionals across sectors and industries, engages them in finding solutions to the most pressing issues facing our region, deepens their connections to the broader business and civic communities, and recognizes their important contributions to our thriving economy.
All 21-39 year olds living and/or working in Greater Boston are invited to attend Our Convention. Click the button below for agenda details and to register.
City Awake’s Our Convention is one of the largest and prestigious annual gatherings for young professionals in Boston. In the 5th year of Our Convention, City Awake plans to attract 600 emerging leaders to discuss the important issues focused on the region. With a mix of workshops, fireside chats, keynote speakers, and socializing, Our Convention will connect, inspire and mobilize next-gen leaders for the region.
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