The Future Leaders Program provides an exceptional opportunity for young professionals to participate in the AKBC-KABC Joint Meeting and associated functions, as well as a specific session for Future Leaders Program delegates.
The 2018 AKBC-KABC Future Leaders Program will be held as part of the 39th AKBC-KABC Joint Meeting from 29 – 30 October, 2018 in Busan, South Korea.
The objectives of the program are to help participants:
One member of the AKBC-KABC Future Leaders Program will be invited to provide a five-minute report back to the main forum at the AKBC-KABC Joint Meeting on 30 October, 2018.
The Future Leaders Roundtable will include the following activities:
The full details of the official program for the 39th AKBC-KABC Joint Meeting will be made available shortly.
Applicants to the AKBC-KABC Future Leaders Program must:
Application ** Please note we have extended the application deadline
If you would like to apply to participate in the 39th AKBC-KABC Joint Meeting as part of the AKBC-KABC Future Leaders Program, please complete the application process below.
Applications to the AKBC-KABC Future Leaders Program will close at 5:00 PM on Friday 21st September 2018.
The AKBC Joint Meeting organising committee will assess the applications, with delegates for the Future Leaders Program to be announced the week commencing Monday 1 October. AKBC will select a diverse range of applicants from a broad range of industry sectors.
There is no cost to participate in the program, however AKBC will not cover the cost of flights or accommodation for the duration of the program.
All applicants must agree to the following:
Consent to publication of image and biographical information
You may be photographed or filmed across the duration of the program and your image may be used on promotional material for the AKBC and related activities.
Delegates agree to have the biographical information and photograph that they provide published in AKBC materials (online and in print).
Chatham House rule
All AKBC Future Leaders sessions are held under the Chatham House rule, meaning that information and views expressed in the room may be reported but may not to be implicitly or explicitly attributed to individuals.
Evaluation of the program
By accepting a Future Leaders delegate position at AKBC Joint Meeting, you agree to providing feedback about the program to help facilitate continuous improvement for future years.