MCON13: Engaging Millennials for Social Causes

I’m excited to be an official blogger for the The Millennial Impact Project’s upcoming conference, MCON13. MCON is an annual conference, gathering nonprofit professionals and corporate leaders to discuss how to engage and involve Millennials in social causes.

MCON13 will take place in Indianapolis on July 18th. Learn from an array of experts on Millennial engagement during the day, with an evening program of headliners discussing investment in Millennials. The impressive line-up of experts includes speakers from Twitter, SeaChange, YouTube, NPR, and headliner, Cory Booker, Mayor of Newark, NJ.

You can attend the conference in Indianapolis or you can join in the conversation through the Online Experience. Online attendees will be able to listen to the free livestream of talks and take part in the social media and conference chat. Tickets are limited and expected to sell out, so don’t delay in registering for MCON13.

Getting excited to learn more about engaging millennials in your cause? Join Achieve and Care2, on June 13th for a free webinar, “How Millennials are Changing Social Causes”. You can also check out Jason Shim and Shubhagata Sengupta‘s article on using emerging technology to engage youth. And don’t miss tomorrow’s #commbuild Chat where Jason and Shubhagata will be leading this week’s chat on engaging youth online.

Look forward to having you as part of the conversation!