Pakistan’s premier Youth Leadership Summit, the 19th Young Leaders Conference, hosted by the School of Leadership has been announced to kick-start from Saturday, 19th December 2020, at Dreamworld resort in Karachi, in accordance with strict Standard Operating procedures stated by the authorities.
The theme for this year’s YLC is ‘BREAKTHROUGH’ – finding the courage to take life head-on and breakthrough your confines to transform yourself. The most innovative leaders realize that success is the result of a simple orientation and unwavering consistency, and YLC aims to breed the next generation of leaders by inspiring the youngsters to consciously shift towards the possible, continue to learn, discover, and create.
The six-day and the five-night event will be held under strict SOPs while implementing all necessary precautions to ensure the safety of the attendees. Taking responsibility at the time of a pandemic, SoL has organized the 19th YLC with only 200 student attendees and implementing strict rules to be followed by everyone present.
Young Leaders Conference is a yearly event held to inspire the youngsters from around the country to expand their horizons by fully exploring cultural differences, gaining firsthand exposure to the challenges of the world, developing a passion for leadership while exploring a future career, and gaining a fresh, new perspective. The six-day leadership journey provides an out-of-classroom learning experience and rigorous curriculum that equips students with the confidence, independence, skills, and global competitiveness required of the next generation of Leaders.
The Young Leaders Conference 2020 will also host prominent personalities from various sectors of business, government, and private corporations to guide and inspire young minds. For the six-day event, the young participants will go through leadership training, learn from influential speakers, and engage in skill-based workshops and activities under strict SOPs and social distancing.
The conference will focus on themes related to Personal Development, History and Arts, Corporate Exposure, Community Development, and helping Youngsters understand how to go back and make an impact in their communities.