Princeton Cooperative Impact will hold its second conference, Empowering Youth to Shape the Future, on September 24. Princeton Cooperative Impact is a bi-annual social innovation conference taking place in Princeton, NJ that represents a statewide convening of changemakers.
The conference in September, taking place at the Princeton Garden Theatre, will focus on educational programs that place youth at the center of cross-sector stakeholder collaboration and will help attendees learn how education can be a solution to society’s problems.
Princeton Cooperative Impact held its first conference in May, with speakers such as Morgan Berman, founder of My Milkcrate, Liz Lempert, the Mayor of Princeton, NJ, and Aria McKenna of The Global Cooling Project.
The conference will benefit Daniel D’Alonzo’s (founder of the Princeton Impact) the new youth program, Action Horizon Institute.