Pangea's first-ever Huddle for Global Change took place in May, and the second is set for Oct. 12-23.
The online forum is a multi-day conference and interactive experience for those who want to make a global impact. The cost for the program is $77.
One of the The Huddle's main goals is to promote peer learning. The speaker lineup for the forum will include Shawn Humphrey, founder of the Two Dollar Challenge, and Ali Wyne, an up-and-coming pundit who is an adjunct at the RAND Corp. and a contributing analyst at Wikistrat.
There will also be an in-depth panel moderated by journalist Tom Paulson on the country's new Sustainable Development Goals.
The focus of Huddle's first week will be major international development issues; the second week, will focus on skill development.
Huddle participants will gain access to the online mastermind through Facebook as well as The Huddle Index - a directory of other Huddle participants with contact information and social media details. There will also be two virtual speed networking events offered to strengthen those connections.
For more information or to register, visit www.huddleforglobalchange.com.