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Deloitte and One Young World

Empowering young leaders to make a societal impact

As part of Deloitte’s WorldClass ambition to impact 50 million people, our partnership with One Young World (OYW) develops young professionals into future leaders who can solve the world’s toughest problems.

From 23-26 April 2021, a delegation of Deloitte professionals and selected OYW scholars will be attending the OYW Summit in Munich, Germany. The Summit will focus on five key issues: the climate crisis, rights and freedoms, education, conflict resolution and future economies.

The OYW Summit brings young leaders from around the world annually for a once-in-a lifetime opportunity to be inspired for positive change, develop leadership skills, and build their global networks. After the Summit, Deloitte’s OYW delegation will commit their inspiration and skills to address some of the world’s most complex global challenges through projects they deliver.

WorldClass and One Young World

Collaboration with OYW is part of Deloitte’s global WorldClass ambition to impact 50 million people through education, skills development, and access to opportunity. By developing our young people into leaders who can address global issues, we are able to accelerate our efforts to find the most innovative solutions to today’s challenges.

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Deloitte OYW Scholarship

This year Deloitte will support five outstanding young leaders with fully-funded scholarships to attend the OYW Summit in Munich. The selected scholars will come from diverse backgrounds and be driving impactful initiatives to enhance education, skills development, and access to opportunity in their communities, in line with Deloitte’s WorldClass ambition. 

Lead2030 Challenge

For the second year, Deloitte is proud to be supporting  OYW’s Lead2030 Challenge. With a focus on SDG 4: Quality Education, we seek to support solutions that help young people prepare for the Fourth Industrial Revolution through skills development and lifelong learning, accelerating entrepreneurship, or improving access to education and skills opportunities.

Meet the SDG 4 Lead2030 Challenge Winners:

Arielle Kitio – our 2020 winner

As founder of CAYSTI, Arielle Kitio’s mission is to develop and promote innovative tech tools to provide access to quality education in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics). Through innovative platforms, Arielle has trained over 7,000 students with tools certified by UNESCO in ICT and the African Union. With the Lead2030 Challenge, Arielle receives funding and mentoring support to help scale the reach of her programs. Learn more about Arielle, here.

Ilana Milkes – our 2019 winner

Ilana Milkes, founder of World Tech Makers, was our 2019 Lead2030 winner, addressing the digital skills gap in Colombia, and the broader region. Ilana has developed a bootcamp for coding, which has trained over 1500 young people for IT-related jobs. Through the Lead2030 Challenge, Ilana received funding and mentoring support to help scale the reach of her programs.

 

Meet the 2020 Lead2030 SDG4 Challenge Winner: Arielle Kitio

 

Watch our video to learn more about our incredible winners:

Meet our OYW2019 delegation

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