YOUTH INNOVATION FORUM
Breaking into Consulting with Angela Chen
Learn from Angela on how students can excel in their first corporate job. In this webinar we will discuss how she was able to break into Consulting and how you can too!
ABOUT THE EVENT
WHAT WE DO?
The Youth Innovation Forum is a monthly, online, conference series for driven teens. This non-profit initiative is led by university students from top institutions across the US and Canada.
Our aim: to connect ambitious teens with leaders in the business world
Learn from our exclusive lineup of speakers.
These are people who come from places like Harvard, Wharton, and MIT as well as the CEOs of multi-million dollar startups.
Learn what you need to do get kick start your journey as a leader.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
High School and University Students who are interested in:
Building their own business one day
Learning from influential leaders
Getting into top universities / companies
PAST AND CURRENT KEYNOTE SPEAKERS
Founder of instructiv | Ex-Consultant | Stanford ‘23, Penn & Wharton ‘17
Angela loves inspiring and empowering students and new graduates. She is the founder of instructiv, a social enterprise that supports students to get their dream job and excel in their role, no matter their academic or socioeconomic background. Previously, she was a Management Consultant focused on transforming the public sector to ensure equitable access to services for all. Tune in to hear all about Angela’s time in consulting and her secrets for starting your career off right.
WHAT DO ATTENDEES SAY?
As someone who is interested in entrepreneurship, I loved being able to get advice from these successful entrepreneurs.
It was nice hearing from people at different points in their professional lives; it really put in perspective the steps you need to take to reach a goal.
Nadia Salem, Havergal College Student
This offered great insights into the process behind creating a startup. This was an amazing learning opportunity for me.
I realized just how much perseverance and resilience it takes to be successful, whatever your own definition of "successful" may be.
Anna, University of Toronto Schools Student
I learned about the key aspects that helps young people like me, start their own company. I learned a lot about taking risks, reaching out to others, and building good relationships with people you work with. All in all, the event was well put together and I would definitely recommend it to a friend.
Carrie Liang, Bayview Glen Student
WHERE DO ATTENDEES COME FROM?
Below is a list of some of the incredible schools who have shared this opportunity with their students.