This weekend, more than 1,000 students from around the world will join together at the University of Miami for #CGIU 2015. From harnessing big data and exploring the future of energy, to accelerating opportunity for all communities across the globe, students at #CGIU 2015 will engage in a multitude of conversations and make new Commitments to Action to address these key issues and more.
Even if you’re not joining the meeting in person in Miami, there are a number of ways that you can participate in the discussion online:
1. JOIN THE #CGIU CONVERSATION
Engage with speakers and students across social media and share your questions for meeting participants by using the official meeting hashtag #CGIU.
2. WATCH THE WEBCASTS ON LIVESTREAM
All Plenary Sessions will be webcast live. See the full meeting schedule to know when you should tune in—start by catching the opening session, Fast Forward: Accelerating Opportunity for All, on Friday at 6:30pm-8:00pm ET.
3. FOLLOW @CGIU ON TWITTER
Follow @CGIU and @ClintonGlobal on Twitter for the most recent updates, quotes, and meeting-related dialogue, as well as student commitment videos.
4. CATCH MEETING MOMENTS ON FACEBOOK
Check out the CGI U and Clinton Global Initiative Facebook pages to see meeting updates and special moments from the Plenary Sessions.
5. LEARN ABOUT STUDENT COMMITMENTS ON INSTAGRAM
Follow @CGIUniversity and @ClintonGlobal during the meeting to learn more about student Commitments to Action and see behind-the-scenes moments from Miami.
6. SUPPORT STUDENT TEAMS IN THE #CGIU BRACKET
Learn about the student teams that are competing in the #CGIU Commitments Challenge, and support your favorites to help decide which team will win.
7. VIEW MEETING PHOTOS ON FLICKR
For a full look at #CGIU 2015, visit Flickr during and after the meeting.
8. WATCH HIGHLIGHTS ON YOUTUBE
If you miss the live webcasts of the meeting, you can view full sessions and other videos on CGI's YouTube page.
9. LEARN MORE ON THE BLOG
Stay up-to-date with what's happening at #CGIU 2015 by reading the Clinton Foundation blog, including a post of highlights to look out for during the meeting.
10. ENGAGE WITH OTHER CLINTON FOUNDATION SOCIAL MEDIA PLATFORMS
Follow the Clinton Foundation on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram to see more of the latest news from the meeting, the Day of Action on Sunday, and the Clinton Foundation Codeathon taking place during CGI U.