The Case Foundation invites you to join us at MCON14—a special convening on Millennial engagement—June 18 and 19, 2014, in Chicago at the Museum of Contemporary Art. Together, we’ll explore how this fearless generation is redefining issues in our communities, building movements to create change and using their talents and resources to inspire peers.

The four themes we’ll be covering at MCON14 include:

  • Culture: How organizations and companies can redefine culture in order to build stronger businesses.
  • Relationships: How technologies build transparent relationships among constituents and consumers.
  • Movements: How Millennials are using communities and a common purpose to promote change.
  • Resources: How to use talent and financial resources to build stronger products, services and human centered organizations.

Whether you join us in-person (register) or via livestream (free), you’ll be able to hear unique insights from our own Jean Case, CEO of the Case Foundation Dale Partridge of Sevenly; Sujean Lee of Chobani; Justin Herman of the Federal government; Paulie Harraka the NASCAR driver; and many more talented changemakers.

You’ll also be one of the first to hear new findings from the 2014 Millennial Impact Report—part of the ongoing Millennial Impact Project. To date, more than 16,000 Millennials and 50 partners have participated in the project to amplify the voices of this generation. This year the report focuses on corporate engagement with Millennials and offers fresh perspectives straight from Millennial respondents.

Can’t make it? Follow along on Twitter at @CaseFoundation and #MCON14 for live updates from the team.

The Case Foundation is the proud Presenting and Founding sponsor of MCON14 and the official Research and Insights partner for the Millennial Impact Project.