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About Emerging Leaders Summit
An Event for High School and College students from the Western Treasure Valley!

  • No fee to attend!

  • Free food and Dutch Bros. drinks!

  • The TVCC Foundation will be awarding $1000 in scholarships and other community organizations have sponsored prizes for those who attend.

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Four Rivers Healthy Community Hosts:

    Emerging leaders summit 2019

November 6, 2019 - 6:00 - 9:00 PM

About EJ

EJ grew up in low-income communities and a single-parent home. He quickly began falling behind academically, but after a powerful life-changing event, EJ used the wake up call to transform his trajectory and future. He eventually graduated from high school and went to receive a prestigious Bill Gates Scholarship that he used to become the first college graduate in his family.

EJ has spoken to over hundred thousand people in audiences all over the world and more than 33 US states…all while still in his mid-twenties. Here is EJ speaking at the Bill Gates Millennium Scholars Conference to 500 college freshmen who received the award.

EJ is the cofounder and CEO of Student Success Agency, a premier academic training organization that pairs teens with near-peer advisors to help improve their high school-to-college transitional skills and help them succeed in the real world. The Student Success Agency serves students across the US, and was awarded the Impact Award.

At the 2014 Educational Datapalooza Second Annual Event hosted by the White House EJ’s company Student Success Agency was highlighted for being an innovative and impactful solution that can help students get to and through college.

For more information about EJ visit https://ejcarrion.com/

Where is Emerging Leaders Summit?
Meet us at the John J. Easly Gymnasium on Park Blvd at Treasure Valley Community College.
This Year's Speaker:

4RHC empowers community partners focused on strengthening health, education, livability and leadership in the Western Treasure Valley.


For more information about us, visit www.4rhc.org