USA, Jan 20: Bradly Ivan D'Souza, a junior in Sycamore High School has been invited to attend the 2012 Global Young Leaders Conference (GYLC) as a Global Scholar this summer in China, Europe or the United States of America. Bradly will expand his cultural awareness and cultivate his inherent leadership skills as he will be interacting with top students from more than 100 countries. Bradly will form new ideas and new perspectives by taking part in simulations that challenge him to look at ongoing world issues from varying points of view.
The Global Young Leaders Conference is an outstanding opportunity for Bradly to delve into the diplomatic, social and economic lessons of the past, explore and deliberate the policies of the present and prepare for a position of national and global leadership in the future.
Bradly will be attending the June 11 to June 20, 2012 program in the United States. He will be part of a special delegation that begins in Washington, DC and then travels to New York City. In the nation's capital, Bradly will visit international embassies, evaluate nations' interdependency in world trade and economics and study the art of conflict resolution. In New York City, Bradly will engage with a United Nation speaker, draft policy proposals, debate issues and work to pass resolutions, all of which will culminate in the Global Summit simulation, which may be held at the United Nations Headquarters.
The Global Young Leaders Conference is dedicated to honoring Bradly and providing him the opportunity to explore cultural differences first hand, develop his diplomatic skills and build his confidence as a young global leader.
Bradly 16 years, son of Harold and Dancy D'Souza has attended six leadership conferences in 2011 at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, National Student Leader Conference on Mastering Leadership at University of Berkeley, California, National Young Leaders Conference as a National Scholar at Washington, DC, National Society of High School Scholars at Atlanta, Representing the Sycamore School District as a Regional Young Leader 2011-2012 and a member of the Leadership council for the Tech-Olympics 2012 with the INTERalliance at University of Cincinnati.