Taking On Tomorrow: My Future, Our Hawaii is the theme for this year's conference. The team of EMERGE believes in recognizing the student voice and empowering them to see beyond themselves for their future and the future of Hawaii. Leaders alike can attest to the practice of imagining the "What If's..." and discovering that change is possible. Join us for an event that empowers, encourages, and engages youth to practice possibility thinking and apply it to their personal and academic life.
Have a specific question on EMERGE?
Check below for the best contact. General conference questions can be addressed to: email@example.com
SCHOOL TEACHERS AND STAFF
Interested in bringing students to EMERGE? Please make sure to first have all students sign-up on our website (Registration opens August 20th) and have students and their parents sign our CTL Waiver. All payments from your class can be collected from the teacher by one of our CTL representatives. For further questions please contact April Nakamura at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Students, planning to attend with a school or independently? Make sure to first register on our website here and submit all necessary paperwork including your school permission slip, signed by your parents, and our CTL Waiver. If attending independently, please also bring an official off-campus pass to the conference. Have further questions about registration? Please contact Jennifer Agena at: email@example.com
Interested in volunteering at EMERGE? Contact our Volunteers Coordinator, Lahela Manning, at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Interested in sponsoring EMERGE? Please contact CTL Executive Director, Katie Chang, at email@example.com. Mahalo for your support! You may find the sponsorship forms at: http://centerfortomorrowsleaders.squarespace.com/emerge-sponsors
Q: Who are the organizers behind this event?
A: This is a partnership between McKinley High School and The Center For Tomorrow's Leaders.
Q: Who can attend this event?
A: Any high school student attending school in Hawai'i and school teachers and chaperones.
Q: Where do I register?
A: Registration opens on August 20, 2018, on this webpage. Please check back then for the open link.
Q: When does registration close?
A: Early-bird registration closes on October 5, 2018. After October 5th the cost of registration will increase.
Q: Is there a cost to attend?
A: Yes, it's $30 per attendee, including non-students, by October 5, 2018 for early-bird tickets. After October 5, the ticket price will rise. We accept payment through credit card. Or by check through mail or in-person to a CTL representative.
Q: Who do I make the check to?
A: Please make it out to: Center For Tomorrow's Leaders. *Please write your child's name on the notes part of the check.
Q: Where can I mail the check to?
A: Please send the check to: McKinley High School, Attn: Jennifer Agena, 1039 South King Street, Honolulu, Hawaii 96814
Q: What's included with the registration fee (aside from Conference attendance)?
A: A full day of access to some of Hawaii's top leaders, buffet lunch, refreshments, and EMERGE bag and conference materials.
Q: What time does EMERGE start and end?
A: This is a full one-day conference from 7:30am to 3:15pm. More info will be posted soon.
Q: Do you provide transportation if I plan to take my class of students?
A: No, we ask that schools and individuals arrange their own transportation.
Q: Where can I download the CTL Waiver Form?
A: The form can be downloaded here: www.centerfortomorrowsleaders.org/ctl-conference-waiver
Q: Where may I download a flyer?
A: Our flyer can be found here: www.centerfortomorrowsleaders.com/emerge-conference-flyer
Q: What is the dress code for this conference?
A: Business Casual (Appropriate attire includes aloha wear, dress slacks, dress shoes, no sneakers). See below for examples.
Q: Who may I contact for questions on registration?
A: Please contact Jennifer Agena at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Attendees will have the opportunity to hear from visionary local leaders who are actively building a community with a strong sense of innovation and direction for Hawaii. Below are some of the leaders who spoke at EMERGE 2016. Check back for the new list of speakers and entertainment for EMERGE 2018.
Kimié Miner, Singer-songwriter
The Fresh Preps, Indie Band
Mahalo to our interns, Tina Li and Khristian Vinca, for modeling the way!