2014 Agenda Announced! 96% Sold Out!

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COLLABORATION COMMUNIQUE  August 12, 2014

 

            Announcing the 2014 AGENDA!                 

Conversations for Change, Capacity-Building Clinics and Cluster-Forks are designed, led and attended by Delegates on a first-come, first-serve basis. The 2014 Agenda is nearly full! If you are a 2014 Delegate, you can still propose a session title and a 3-4 sentence description: email COO Jorian Wilkins

             96% SOLD OUT  –  ENROLL NOW               

Over 320 senior-level impact investors, grant-makers, social entrepreneurs, and nonprofit executives will convene in Ixtapa, Mexico this October along with corporate, academic, media and human rights leaders. Join our global network of leaders dedicated to building sustainable solutions to poverty. Register by August 31st for the last available discount, and before the 16 remaining rooms sell out.

 Announcing SANGSTER YOUNG FELLOWSHIPS 

Sangster Young Fellowships  – click on “CHILDREN (17 YEARS OR YOUNGER)” – will support the inclusion of children from around the globe at Opportunity Collaboration in 2014, funding airfare and registration fees for up to eight families from developing nations who will be encouraged to return year after year. This new program will build life-long connections among children who may someday grow up to engage in world-changing work together as true peers with the bond of childhood friendship. Fellows’ Delegate-parents lead one-hour OCJust Kids workshops to share stories and culture from communities around the globe with the children. If you are a confirmed 2014 Delegate or Traveling Companion and want to lead an OCJust Kids workshop (in English) for approximately a dozen children, or to inquire about travel-funding for your child, please email COO Jorian Wilkins.

Ixtapa, Mexico
October 1217

2014

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