• November 16 - 19, 2017
  • Partially Funded

You care about your campus, community and world, and are already making a difference. But you want to do more and move beyond addressing symptoms to create more just systems.

MCC17 is the ninth annual conference, which has previously been hosted at the United Nations, Harvard, and MIT. Apply below for a coveted spot as a 2017 Millennium Delegate; early applications are given preference.

Join in the Kingdom of Morocco this November, over four days, for the life-changing Millennium Campus Conference (MCC).




  • More than 5,000 Millennium Delegates have participated in one or more of the annual MCCs, with 83% of MCN alumni now working in social impact careers.
  • More than 6 in 10 shares that MCN programming like MCC definitively prepared them for success in this work.
  • MCN alumni have gone on to work at the United Nations, USAID.
  • This is the next generation of social impact leaders – connecting with each other in the early, formative years of their career development.


  • University Students from 18 to 30
  • Youths from civil society working in sustainable development Goals, Leadership, Youth Empowerment Projects.


Eligible Regions: Open For All

Application Process

Apply through the APPLY NOW section.
This application should take approximately 25 minutes to complete.  Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis.  Early applications are strongly encouraged and given priority.


Application Deadline: October 15, 2017

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