2019 NYEC Annual Forum
The NYEC Annual Forum will take place on November 11-13 at the Wink Hotel in Washington DC. Registration NOW OPEN!
Registration & Hotel
The Annual Forum brings together practitioners and young people from around the country to tackle pressing issues in the youth-employment field, including pre-conference sessions, interactive discussion sessions, and briefings and meetings on Capitol Hill. The forum is expected to sell out quickly so register ASAP! Early Bird deadline is August 31, 2019. Youth leaders receive a discounted registration of $75. You may register here.
The Wink Hotel is a distinctive boutique hotel located in the heart of Washington DC's vibrant Dupont Circle neighborhood. Easily accessible to Ronald Reagan National Airport and Washington Dulles Airport, the Wink offers ample comfortable space for networking, and conferencing. NYEC conference attendees can access discounted rooms here.
Session Proposals are opening soon!
We accept a wide-range of session proposals related to youth employment and workforce development. We encourage youth leaders to propose and lead sessions. Our main criteria is that sessions are dynamic and participatory, meaning they steer away from show-and-tell presentation and towards more dialogue and discussion based formats.
We offer varying levels of sponsorship for the Forum. All sponsorships come with complimentary registration, logo display in the Agenda Packet, and announcements at the Forum, among other perks. Please contact Thomas Showalter (email@example.com) to learn more about the benefits of sponsorship.
Questions & FAQs
The Annual Forum brings together leaders, providers, policymakers and experts from around the country in order to cultivate the most cutting edge best practices and insights in the youth employment field.
Let's us know you're in!
Feel free to email us to let us know you are interested in attending the Forum. We especially welcome youth leaders to present and be a part of the Forum!
Sample of 2018 Forum's Attendees:
Bay Area Community Resources
San Rafael, CA
Arizona Center Youth Resources
National Center for Youth Law
Nashville Career Advancement Center
Brookings Metropolitan Policy Program
Communities in Schools of San Antonio
John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Boston Public Schools
Aspen Institute Forum for Community Solutions
Jewish Vocational Service