9:30am –6:00pm • David Brower Center • Berkeley, CA
This summer, the Berkeley Institute for the Future of Young Americans at the Goldman School of Public Policy is bringing together young leaders from all over the state to talk about creating economic opportunity for the next generation of Californians. As young Californians, as part of the most diverse generation in history, and as part of the state that is this country's strongest economic driver, we have a unique opportunity to set the agenda for what we want California to look like.
5:30pm –7:00pm | Alumni House
Home to our country's largest agricultural economy, California employs an estimated 500,000-800,000 farmworkers, many of them immigrants. As federal immigration policy shifts, this key sector of California's economy faces a massive and fundamental challenge to maintain its seasonal workforce. Join Karen Ross, Secretary of the California Department of Food and Agriculture; the Goldman School of Public Policy; and the Berkeley Food Institute for a discussion on immigration and the future of agriculture in California.
5:30pm –8:00pm | Goldman School of Public Policy, University of California, Berkeley, 2607 Hearst Avenue, Berkeley, CA 94720