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2019 JA Youth Success Summit

July 21, 2019
Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT)

 

The Youth Success Summit is a new interactive conference developed and hosted by JA Canada. Its purpose is for high school participants to develop universal success skills, unlock their leadership potential, and participate in the JA Company Program national championship.

JA student delegates from across Canada and around the world will participate in a transformational, week-long summit where they will have a unique opportunity to meet and network with our JA Worldwide community. Delegates will hear from speakers and participate in hands-on workshops centered around 10 skills required for personal and professional success.  They will also collaborate with their global peers to respond to a real-world business challenge.

 

Eligibility 

The Summit is open to all high school students participating in a JA Company Program in the 2018-19 school year. Regional Company Program winners will enter into the Canadian Company of the year competition. Individual students may also register and pay their own way to attend the Summit. They must provide a JA staff reference to be accepted. If you have questions about your eligibility please email us at success.summit@jacanada.org.


Location: Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT) - Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Date: July 21 - 26, 2019

NOTE: The language of this conference is English

 

I have a Charter/Organization code:   REGISTER HERE

I have been invited to attend the JA Youth Success Summit by my local JA Charter/Organization and I have a Charter/Organization Registration Code to complete my registration.

 

I do not have a Charter/Organization code: REGISTER HERE 

I am paying my own way to attend the JA Youth Success Summit. I understand that my acceptance to attend requires the support of my local JA Charter/Organization.

 

For any inquires please contact: success.summit@jacanada.org

Deadline for registration is May 31, 2019

Our mission is to inspire and prepare young people to succeed in a global economy.