This Millennial ATCK panel, ages 23-33, has more than 100 years of global lived experience combined in over 40 countries. The panelists share what their "rite of passage" into adulthood looked like, where, and at what age. They offer their perspectives on how sponsoring organizations, parents of TCKs, and international school administrations can understand, support, and prepare the next generation of adult TCKs. The panelists explain how their TCK upbringing informs their (non)commitment to people, to places, and to career choices, and offers how to maintain ties to family and friends across the globe. This unique panel showcases how to frame conversations about a TCK background while talking with partners, employers, and community members. This session will include several virtual and interactive components.