As one of the most popular destinations for the new generation of young professionals, Washington DC is the ideal home of the renowned Millennial Week. Collecting a series of some of the world’s most successful and influential entrepreneurs and thinkers, Millennial Week is a one of a kind chance for attendees to learn how the modern market works and how classic trends of college graduates turning in their diplomas for 9-5 careers is no longer the norm.
Millennial Week is a conference produced by successful Millennials in a variety of fields from small businesses to social media to inbound marketing and beyond. This series of conferences and activities is aimed to promote and cultivate thought about this generation’s influence on the world’s cumulative culture and society. This goal is realized through a focus on the philanthropic, political and entrepreneurial accomplishments and endeavors of millennials around the world.
Millennial Week is comprised of a series of interesting events beginning with the Founders UnConference, which is a day devoted to networking and conversation about what it takes to start a business and sustain influence. Some of the other interesting happenings set to take place at Millennial Week include: Millennial Town Hall, which is a politically charged discussion presented by the Washington Post, Millennial Day of Service, where volunteers will distribute books at troubled schools around DC, and the Entrepreneurship & Innovation Forum where successful innovators will discuss what it takes to manufacture a successful start up.
With the face of American commerce rapidly changing everyday, this is the premier conference for young professionals to get a lay of the land. Everyone is told when they graduate college, You Have to Network. There are few better and more educational opportunities to make those valuable connections than Millennial Week.