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4 Millennial-Geared Career Development Conferences You’ll Want to Attend This Year

by Holly Riddle

Aug 28, 2018

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Looking to kick your career trajectory? Plan to attend one of these four conferences

 

Forbes Under 30 Summit, Sept. 30–Oct. 3

The Forbes Under 30 Summit attracts thousands of millennials celebrating other millennials who are doing something great in the world. Held every year in Boston, this summit includes more than 200 speakers, a music festival, food festival, bar crawl and networking events.

 

Girlboss Rally, Nov. 17

The well-known Girlboss brand brings together women from around the world to network, learn and listen. However, this conference isn’t only about growing your career — it’s also about growing yourself as a woman, with resources for your health and lifestyle.

 

Create & Cultivate, Aug. 25

This Chicago conference features panels, workshops, “power hours” and more for women with side hustles, full-time businesses and an entrepreneurial attitude. Made for the modern working woman, it’s a “one-stop shop for the millennial creative business woman.”

 

MCON, Sept. 6

Designed for millennial leaders, activists and social entrepreneurs who want to make a change, MCON is great if you want to work for a cause-driven organization, want to get involved in a cause, are looking for a bigger purpose in your career or just want to better use your untapped talents. The Washington, D.C., event takes place on the National Geographic campus.

 

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