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Posted on: December 4, 2019

[ARCHIVED] City now accepting proposals from presenters for Image Summit 2020

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The City of Brighton’s Office of Youth Services is currently accepting proposals for presenters who are interested in facilitating a workshop at the 2020 Image Summit in March. This two-day youth conference brings in youth ages 10-19 from all over Colorado. Presenters will host nine workshop style sessions on Thursday, March 19, totaling five and a half hours in length from approximately 10:45 a.m. - 4:15 p.m.  Lunch and supplies will be supplied for all presenters who are selected and presenters will also be compensated. 

We are seeking presenters that host interactive workshops that include, but not limited to the following:

  • Leadership

  • Confidence

  • Public Speaking

  • Movement

  • The Arts

  • Music

  • Inclusivity and Diversity

  • Teamwork

  • Self-Expression 

Workshops must be no longer than 28 minutes in length, engaging and fun, have a memorable takeaway, be appropriate for either 5th-8th graders or 9th-12th graders and must be able to modify workshops to include students with disabilities.

If you’re interested in participating in the 2020 Image Summit, please complete the online form by no later than 11:59 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 18 to be considered. If your proposal is selected for an interview, you must be available for either an in-person OR Skype interview on Jan. 3 or Jan. 6. An in-person interview is preferred. We encourage individuals and groups, including youth, are encouraged to apply. 

For more information on the conference or to see past presenters, please visit www.brightonimagesummit.org.

ABOUT IMAGE SUMMIT

The mission of this youth conference is to empower young people from across the state to use their voice to impact government and become active community members. We want to build networks among young leaders here in Colorado! On day one of this event, we will offer attendees a sampling of breakout workshops from art to diversity in hopes to empower leaders, inspire community activists, and build confidence. On day two, we will give attendees the opportunity to put their new-found skills and confidence to work, learning about local government and having the opportunity to meet and converse with elected officials from across the state. 


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