27th Annual Demographic Workshop

The Continued Rise of the Millennials?

Monday, June 13, 2016
8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

California Science Center
Loker Conference Room
700 Exposition Park Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90037

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The Southern California Association of Governments and the University of Southern California Sol Price School of Public Policy are pleased to invite you to the 27th Annual Demographic Workshop at the California Science Center on Monday, June 13, 2016. This year’s program, “The Continued Rise of the Millennials?” provides new insights and research on this important demographic group and what that means for the region’s future, including housing, employment and services. The program will include guest speakers and panels related to this topic, and will be attended by over 150 thought leaders, business representatives and city officials.

Take advantage of the workshop’s early bird registration. Early bird pricing of $75 ends May 31, so reserve your spot at this rate while it lasts! Student registration is $50.

Continental breakfast and lunch included.

For more information, contact John Cho at (213) 236-1847 or choj@scag.ca.gov

7 hours of CM credit is available for this event.

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SUPPORTING PARTNERS:

US Census Bureau, California State Census Data Center, California Department of Finance, California Department of Housing and Community Development, USC Population Dynamics Research Group



Past Workshops

Big Changes Ahead in Post-Recession California

Presented by USC Sol Price School of Public Policy and the Southern California Association of Governments

on Monday, June 1, 2015
at the Loker Conference Room,
California Science Center

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Presentations

    Image: 25th Annual USC-SCAG Demographic Workshop

    Demographics of Poverty and Progress After the Recession

    Presented by USC School of Policy, Planning and Development and the Southern California Association of Governments

    on Monday, June 9, 2014
    at The Davidson Continuing Education Conference Center,
    University of Southern California

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    Image: Generation Revolution in Southern California: Planning Implications of Fewer Children and Many More Elderly

    Generation Revolution in Southern California: Planning Implications of Fewer Children & Many More Elderly

    Presented by USC School of Policy, Planning and Development and the Southern California Association of Governments

    Monday, May 21, 2012
    USC Davidson Conference Center

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    Image: New Trends in California's Population After the Great Recession

    New Trends in California's Population After the Great Recession: Implications for Workforce, Education and Housing

    Presented by USC School of Policy, Planning and Development and the Southern California Association of Governments

    Monday, May 23, 2011
    Davidson Conference Center

    Workshop Presentations

    Panel 2: California Population Projections with Lengthening Immigrant Generations & California Natives

    Panel 3: California's Changing Workforce: Implications for Education and Training

    Panel 4: California's Changing Demography: Implications for Housing

    Roundtables

    Image: What is the Future for Children in California?

    What is the Future for Children in California?

    Presented by USC School of Policy, Planning and Development and the Southern California Association of Governments

    Monday, May 24, 2010
    Davidson Conference Center

    Workshop Presentations

    Panel 1: Progress of 2010 Census

    Panel 2: New Developments in California Demographic Futures: Tracking the New Generation of Children from Here to 2040

    • Tracking the Next Generation of Children
      presented by Dowell Myers, Director of the Population Dynamics Research Group, School of Policy, Planning, and Development, USC and John Pitkin, President, Analysis and Forecasting, Inc.

    Panel 3: How Are Kids/Children Faring Now? Making Children's Data More Widely Accessible

    Panel 4: Economy, Demography, and Housing: Planning the Future for Our Children

    Roundtables