About The Event
A two-day conference to empower our youth through educational talks, networking, think tanks and workshops regarding the effects of plastic pollution and a solutions-oriented approach.
The conference will give them the knowledge and tools they will need to help join the fight against plastic pollution.
NETWORKING & CONNECTION
Connecting with like-minded people, sharing ideas, staying positive and interacting with those that are already making changes. This Summit will give you the chance to meet others who are as passionate about creating change and finding solutions as you are.
WORKSHOPS & INSPIRATION
A major part of the Summit is dedicated to learning about plastic pollution. Seeing real life solutions that are already taking place will, we hope, inspire you to create your own. You will have the opportunity to pitch your own campaign to a panel of judges who may fund your project.
Who is this event for?
Cayman students aged 10–18 living in the Cayman Islands, attending public or private school, or being homeschooled.
Where is this event to be held?
The ARC, Cayman International School.
Is this event free? What are the costs?
The event is free. You will have to arrange your own transport to and from the venue. (Carpooling is encouraged!)
What does “Summit” mean?
It means an important meeting between leaders. Our “Youth Summit” is for selected students of all schools to meet, connect and work together for one purpose; To help reduce Plastic Pollution in the Cayman Islands.
How do I apply?
You can click on this link and fill out the form.
Why do I have to apply?
As much as we’d love to accept everyone who wants to attend, we cannot! We want students that are really passionate about this topic and are dedicated to creating change.
How do I get selected to attend?
We will select students from all schools in the Cayman Islands.
Selection is based on your application. Are you concerned about plastic pollution and are you willing to learn more about it and help provide solutions?
Have you got your own ideas already?