2023 Youth Summit: Empowering Sustainable Change Through Youth Leadership

June 23-24, 2023

FREE Virtual Leadership Experience

Calling all young people from across the world – you’re invited to join us for a FREE, two-day virtual leadership experience hosted by NYLC’s very own Youth Advisory Council. This Summit is for young people ages 14-18 who are interested in youth leadership development, igniting their voice, and solving pressing issues!

Participants will hear from national service leaders, nonprofit organizations, and other young people who are using service-learning to generate positive change in their communities! We will discuss pressing issues like diversity/inclusion, equity, women’s rights, public health, gun control, climate change, and more.

The Youth Leadership Summit will…

  • Highlight youth/adult partnerships working in communities to ignite change

  • Inspire youth to pursue passion projects and change-making

  • Encourage youth to be outspoken and create action-oriented solutions
  • Spotlight successful youth leaders from around the world

Join us Friday June, 23 from 1:00 – 4:00 PM CST, & Saturday, June 24 from 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM CST.

Click the “Register” link at the top of this page to sign up!

This training is for youth only; please check our events calendar for upcoming adult and professional development trainings.

  • Service-learning presentation by youth and adults.
  • Passionate student speaks about what he learned during his service-learning project.
  • Students collaborate around a table on their presentation
  • Students talk to each other at the National Service-Learning Conference
  • Young person smiling as they work with other young people at the National Service-Learning Conference
  • High school student presents on the importance of youth adult partnerships
  • Middle school students present their findings from their service-learning project addressing driver safety
  • High school student works on a hands-on service-learning project at the National Service-Learning Conference
  • High school students listen in as a middle school student shows off her service-learning project
  • High school students showcase the app they designed using the service-learning process