By Melony Roy

By Melony Roy

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Building on the success of its two Under 30 summits in Philadelphia, Forbes plans to take its Under 30 summit on the road.

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“We are going to bring the top young entrepeneurs in the world from the U.S. and from Europe and together from Israel,” Forbes Editor Randall Lane announced on Tuesday. “In April, the Under 30 summit is coming to Jerusalem and Tel Aviv.”

No worries Philly! The summit will be back next year, It’s just going international.

Forbes will select 200 American millennials to go.

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Tonight’s lineup features the U.S. Women’s Soccer team and Dr. Ruth. Later in the day, Monica Lewinsky returns, along with Tinder’s Sean Rad, and Forbes will give away $1 million during its Change the World competition.

Today is the last conference day, but tomorrow is a service day, devoted to giving back. Over 100 Forbes Under 30 list members will be dispatched to Philadelphia middle and high schools to talk to students.

This evening is the free Under 30 music festival, headlined by rapper ASAP Rocky featuring Shawn Mendes, Hanson, and Lindsey Sterling at Festival Pier.

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