International Young Leaders Assembly (August)

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We were recently contacted by the president of the Global Young Leaders Assembly in regards to a set of conferences taking place this summer in Washington D.C., Philadelphia, and New York. Check out this opportunity and apply now for early bird registration costs! Remember, PCSE Enrichment Grant applications will be accepted again starting July 1st!

4th International Young Leaders Assembly
“Moral and Innovative Leadership:
Vision, Service and Entrepreneurship”
Washington DC, Philadelphia, New York • August 11 – 20, 2014


The International Young Leaders Assembly (IYLA) is a premiere leadership practicum that addresses the global challenges of the 21st century targeted to young leaders who want to make a global impact. The 4th IYLA will host student leaders and professionals from around the world. Through IYLA, you will be able to:

  • Join a Global Leadership Network
  • Engage the world leading speakers at United Nations, U.S. Congress, World Bank and Embassies
  • Discuss the Global Significance of Challenges in this generation
  • Become an IYLA Global Ambassador
  • Make a Global Impact


  • August 11: Arrival and Orientation
  • August 12: DC Cultural Expedition: White House, Smithsonian Museums, Memorials.
  • August 13: Forum on Capitol Hill, Concert at Kennedy Center
  • August 14: State Department, Think Tanks and Embassies
  • August 15: Leadership Forum at the World Bank


  • August 16: Independence Hall, National Constitution Center, University of PA


  • August 17: Leadership Training at Princeton University


  • August 18: NY Cultural Expedition: UN Tour, UN Office and Missions, Times Square, World Trade Center 9-11 Memorial, Wall Street, and Statue of Liberty
  • August 19: Assembly at the United Nations
  • August 20: Departure


Click APPLY now

Please enter GYLA organization code “30001” in the application form to receive priority admission for 4th IYLA.



Jelisa Adair

I am the Civic Engagement Fellow for 2013-2014. While a student at Wesleyan I double majored in Psychology and Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies and completed a joint thesis during my senior year. I am interested in issues of social justice, mental health, media, and global welfare.