#MillennialMatters: A Take Two event exploring all things Gen Y
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Millennials; you’re lazy, entitled and spend way too much time on your smartphones. Sweeping generalizations, of course, but all stubborn stereotypes that get repeated again and again (like we just did there.) Take Two wants to change the narrative.
For the 83 million people born between 1980 and 2000, technology, recession, a tough job market and expensive housing are all hallmarks of the millennial experience. Yet Gen Y is also one of the healthiest, most educated and diverse populations in the nation.
So what does it mean to be a millennial today in Southern California? What are the challenges and the upsides of being part of the tech generation? For the answers, Take Two goes to the source.
Join host A Martinez at Cal State Fullerton on Thursday April 21 from 11:30 am for a series of honest discussions about employment, finance, housing, politics, activism, technology, love and more.
Join the conversation now using #MillennialMatters and tweet us at:
Sarah Hill, associate professor of political science at California State University, Fullerton
Kelsey Brewer, political science major at California State University, Fullerton and student trustee to the California State University system
Delia Fernandez, financial planner with Fernandez Financial Advisory in Los Alamitos
Ray Fernandez, realtor based in La Habra
John Jackson, Director of the Center for Entrepreneurship at California State University, Fullerton
Darren White, student at University of California, Irvine