Ever wonder what makes new generations tick? How do today’s students see the world? How can we relate to young adults in such a way that enables a promising future for them. . . and for us.
- How and why do they think the way they do?
- What is their cultural language? How can we better communicate?
- How do they see their career future and what can be done to optimize their potential?
- How are they different from past generations? In what ways will they rebel?
Discover key principles for working and ministering with today’s young adults at IGNITION Summit, April 4-6, 2011, Dallas/Ft. Worth, TX. Dr. Tim Elmore, president of Growing Leaders, will be among the featured presenters.
In the wake of releasing his new book, Generation iY: Our Last Chance to Save Their Future, Elmore will address the latest young adult trends and how their style will impact our society and communities. It is no longer accurate to refer to the Generation Y as one collective generation. The Millennials born after 1990 are a whole new batch of students. They are being called Generation iY because their life is dominated by the iPhone, the iPod, iTunes, etc. They’ve been identified as the Digital Generation, Mosaics, Techies, Millennials and Screenagers.
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