2017’s DLC REGISTRATION
Registration for 2017’s conference will open December 6, 2016. The cost of attending the Diversity Leadership Conference is $45 per person (for students & adults). Partial and full scholarship opportunities are available; please contact us for details. Breakfast and lunch will be provided. *Please note: no school or youth will be turned away due to financial considerations.
The Conference is made possible by the Alliance for Youth Leadership. Launched by the City of Austin’s Healthy Adolescent Initiative, the Alliance includes public agencies, non-profits, businesses, schools, youth providers and community volunteers.
Thank you so much for your interest!
We have reached our capacity for the 2017 DLC
and registration is now closed.
PRIMARY CONTACT REGISTRATION FORM
*This form must be completed by the Primary Contact for each school.
*Use this form to register if you are volunteering and are not directly affiliated with an attending school (one form for each volunteer).
5th Annual Diversity Leadership Conference (DLC)
Discovering Unity In Diversity & Igniting Compassionate Leadership
February 24th, 2017 | 8:30 am to 2:30 pm
Gus Garcia Young Men’s Leadership Academy
7414 Johnny Morris Rd, Austin, TX 78724
Each year, the Diversity Leadership Conference unites 100+ youth from more than 20 Austin-area middle schools for a day dedicated to breaking barriers and stereotypes, finding unity in diversity and growing as compassionate leaders. Students and adults of diverse racial, ethnic, religious and cultural identities will collaboratively explore issues of diversity, equity and inclusion.
100+ middle school youth
21 Austin Area middle schools
30 middle school teachers and staff
20+ partner non-profit organizations, public agencies and businesses
3 school districts including private and charter schools
Thank You To Our Sponsors & Partners!
Questions About The Diversity Leadership Conference?
Contact Solomon Masala
Organizations Serving On The Planning Committee Include:
Omega Point International, Inc.
African American Youth Harvest Foundation
City of Austin
AHA: Austin Healthy Adolescent Initiative
Communities in Schools Central Texas
Sheriff’s Office of Travis County