We are excited to bring together like-minded students from around the nation who will investigate complex problems over a three-day intensive retreat. The goal of the Youth Forum is twofold: first, to inspire the next generation (us!) of leaders to discuss radical new ideas around sustainability and second, to create a network of the next generation of empowered change makers unafraid to use our voices in the face of an uncertain future. We are excited to welcome you to Sun Valley this summer!
The Youth Forum will parallel the Sun Valley Institute’s annual Forum schedule with interactions among our two communities of change makers to benefit all.
Speakers and Programming will be published as it becomes available.
The Youth Forum is limited to 45 attendees. Applications are due May 15th with responses returned to the applicants by May 30th. Final registration deadline will be June 15th with a non-refundable deposit of $50 due at that time.
Price: $250 for entire three-day conference. All meals included. Scholarships are readily available!
Application Link: https://goo.gl/forms/5cO9qsfwt7PYKiKB3
Application Due: May 15th, 2019
For the well being of our attendees, each Youth Forum attendee will be required to have a parent- or guardian-approved chaperone for hours outside of the Forum. The programming for the Youth Forum will run from approximately 1PM – 5PM on July 23rd and 9AM – 5PM July 24th and 25th. After 5PM, the Sun Valley Institute will no longer be responsible for Youth Forum attendees. More information on exact programming will be provided as we get closer to the event.
Chaperones will be offered a chaperone pass to the Annual Forum at a discounted price of $250. Scholarships will be available for chaperones if needed. Please email us for further information.
We are excited for your interest!
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YOUNGER AGES – CAMPS
This year, for kids younger than highschool-age, we are very pleased to share with you the following links to information about local adventure and learning and nature camps:
Photos courtesy of The Sage School