Every day, workers in corporations around the world attend classes, take eLearning, and are mentored on the job. Learning 2017, a global gathering of learning professionals taking place in Orlando this October, is reaching out to emerging leaders in this field with its 8th annual 30 Under 30 Program.
The goal of the 30 Under 30 @ Learning 2017 Program is to provide support, visibility, voice, and development for the next generation of Learning Leaders. Over the past 7 years, over 200 rising learning leaders under the age of 30 have participated in a high energy, multi-day, deeply engaging program, where they have been mentored by senior business leaders like Marshall Goldsmith and have also cross-mentored learning leaders on the changing perspectives of their generation.
“Professionals in workforce learning must commit to and develop the next generation of leaders. 30 Under 30 is our way of passionately supporting rising leaders in the learning field and providing them with mentoring, exposure, leadership opportunities, and career enhancements at Learning 2017, to be held in Orlando from October 22 to 25,” said Elliott Masie, host and curator, adding that Learning 2017 Keynote speakers include Former First Lady Michelle Obama, "Play to Learn" author Karl Kapp, Learning Innovation Fellow Richard Culatta, and more.
Each member of the 30 Under 30 program will receive: access to exclusive 30 Under 30 breakout sessions led by alumni of previous 30U30 programs; unique development and benchmarking activities with peers and learning leaders; interactive time with key speakers, including Elliott Masie; participation in Mentoring Activities; Key Roles at Learning 2017 as Leaders and Facilitators; and a major discount to Learning 2017.
The 200+ alumni from previous years feature rising leaders from organizations like NBCUniversal, LinkedIn, Southwest Airlines, Google, The Walt Disney Company, Twitter, Genentech, Accenture, Farmers Insurance, IBM, Volkswagen, General Mills, Fidelity Investments, Wyndham Hotel Group, the National Weather Service, PwC, and more.
Alumni include 2011 participant Sarah Truchard from Rockwater Energy Solutions, who says that, “The 30 U 30 program was a great opportunity for me while I was with Waste Management, and I know that those in my alumni class have been able to progress in their careers since being part of the program.”
"I absolutely loved the programme and am so excited others get the chance to experience the same," said Leonie Yijink, who participated in 2013.
Learning professionals from around the world who will be under the age of 30 as of October 22nd are invited to apply for this program.
Details are available at https://www.learning2017.com/30under30
Learning 2017 takes place October 22nd to 25th in Orlando, FL. It is produced by The Learning CONSORTIUM, a collaborative of 230 global corporations, focused on improving workplace learning and training. Hosted and curated by Elliott Masie, Learning 2017 brings together several thousand learning professionals as they focus on the changing nature of workplace education and development.
Content and online registration at https://www.learning2017.com