Due to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, we’ve made the decision to reimagine Horizons 2020 to more effectively and responsibly respond to this moment in time. Therefore, Horizons is not occurring in New Orleans this year. We are transitioning instead to a free virtual event in June 2020, and we plan to reconvene in person in New Orleans in June of 2021. For more information, visit our FAQ page.
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The Event That Makes a Difference
Horizons is the nation’s foremost convening of trailblazers from the private, public, and nonprofit sectors to shape workforce and education transformation. Connect with Fortune 500 companies, foundations, policymakers, leading educators, and cutting-edge entrepreneurs to generate big ideas and bold results. Horizons is the rare event where you stand at the intersection of the future of work and economic advancement to drive lasting change.
You know him as a world-famous NASCAR driver, we know him as the owner and founder of Keselowski Advanced Manufacturing. Brad will be on the Horizons main stage with a mix of other creative leaders, as we explore powerful workforce and education ideas for advancing the future of work and learning.
In casual chats and keynote addresses, you’ll hear new ideas and encounter diverse perspectives on issues related to education and the workforce.
Build New Connections
You’ll meet creative thinkers from a range of backgrounds, including Fortune 500 executives, educators, policymakers, nonprofit leaders, and tech entrepreneurs.
Take Home Real-World Solutions
Horizons attendees are happy to share innovative, field-tested approaches to solve the challenges we’re facing as we prepare for the future of work and learning.
Tod Loofbourrow, CEO, ViralGains and JFF Board Member
Horizons is an extraordinary gathering of very strong minds, in three areas: education, employment, and technology.
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