AMERICAN COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN RELATIONS
The American Committee on Foreign Relations remains dedicated to engaging communities on international issues through an annual conference, speaking events across the nation, and the new Young Leaders Initiative.
THE YOUNG LEADERS INITIATIVE
The ACFR is excited to support the Young Leaders Initiative, an effort to engage the next generation in the conversation around foreign policy.
2019 YOUNG LEADERS CONFERENCE
After a successful first ACFR conference, we're looking forward to planning our 2019 conference.
The 2018 Young Leaders Conference
Our inaugural Young Leaders Conference took place in June of 2018. We invited 18 young leaders to D.C. to meet with representatives from think tanks, the State Department, and diplomatic circles, and discuss current international issues.
Our young leaders are students and young professionals from across the nation, from Tampa to Tulsa, who have an interest in facilitating bi-partisan discussion of current and prospective foreign policy. This conference aims to educate the next generation of leaders while engaging with current professionals who are at the top of their respective fields.
Keep checking back for more information about our 2019 conference, and what our young leaders are doing now.
Interested in Learning More?
Contact your local ACFR chapter to find out about their participation in the
Young Leaders Initiative as well as sponsorship opportunities.
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COMMITTEES ACROSS THE NATION
ACFR has 15 chapters across the nation that support the Young Leaders Initiative. To find out more about committees, their membership requirements, and their involvement with the Young Leaders Initiative, visit the ACFR website here.
The Young Leaders Initiative is a part of the American Committees on Foreign Relations, a non-profit organization dedicated to serving the US national interest through energetic, face-to-face discourse between foreign policy practitioners and committee members.
The Young Leaders Initiative strives to engage students and young professionals in the ongoing conversations around international relations and foreign policy while aiding in their professional development.