Call for Presenters: Chester Youth Empowerment Summit
Posted by on February 23, 2009
Call for Presenters!!!!!!!!
On Saturday, May 9th, 2009 the Chester Youth Collaborative Youth Council will be sponsoring the “Flip the Script, Stop the Violence” 2009 Chester Youth Empowerment Summit at Widener University from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The vision of the collaborative is to build a “strong Chester community in which all youth reach their full potential and transition successfully into adulthood.” In keeping with this vision this year’s summit has once again been designed to promote a message of anti-violence while empowering our youth to become positive catalyst for change in their lives, homes and communities. However, we realize that we can’t do this alone. Therefore, we are seeking skilled, energetic, culturally competent workshop facilitators in the following areas:
Peer Pressure / Bullying
Adolescent Sexual Health
Adolescent Substance Abuse (Marijuana, Tobacco & Alcohol)
Social Equality in Urban Committees
College / Career Planning
Juvenile Crime & Delinquency
Please be advised that all workshops sessions run during both the am and pm segments. Each session is approximately 90 minutes with the morning workshops from 10:00- 11:30am and the afternoon workshops from 1:00 – 2:30pm.
Modest Honorariums Are Available
If you are interested in presenting please submit:
· a short workshop overview (250 words or less) and
· a recent copy of your resume
To: Ms. Ieasa Nichols-Harmon
Fax: 610-497- 7438
Chester Youth Council, “Changing perspectives and inspiring youth action in our communities”.
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