Arden Cho to keynote McDonald’s first education summit for APA students and parents in NYC & online

Arden Cho to keynote McDonald’s first education summit for APA students and parents in NYC & online

October 26, 2022
McDonald’s and NextShark are proud to announce the upcoming APA Next Summit 2022 in New York City, a free one-day event for parents and students (16+) to learn more about college admissions, entrepreneurship, and planning for the future!
The summit will feature keynote speaker and actress Arden Cho, ex-Wall Street trader-turned-influencer Your Rich BFF, and many more to discuss topics like finance, finding your passion, becoming your own boss, mental health, and additional topics.
The event will take place in Noho at The Great Hall at Cooper Union on Saturday Nov. 12, 2022 from 11:00 a.m. ET to 4:00 p.m. ET.
All attendees must show proof of vaccination to verify that they are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 to attend. 
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Please note that you will also need to show a government issued ID that matches the first and last name you used during registration. 
Regardless of vaccination status, all in-person attendees will also be required to wear approved face coverings to enter and remain at the APA Next Summit.
If you’d like to participate in the event either in-person OR via the livestream, please register HERE.
Registered guests will receive confirmation via email once sign up is completed. Please note the in-person event will be available on a first-come first-serve basis.
APA Next is McDonald’s education initiative focusing on the Asian American community to offer exclusive materials and scholarship resources to students pursuing higher education and their parents to better map out their academic career and beyond.
Learn more about McDonald’s APA Next and get a jump start on college admissions and planning now!
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