To empower and build leadership skills among youth, Brighton Youth Services will be bringing back its Image Summit for a sixth year on October 27 and 28 at Riverdale Regional Park (9755 Henderson Road) in Brighton. This year, the Summit is moving to a new location to allow for a greater number of youth to attend. The two-day summit will feature keynote speakers (details to come), engaging workshops ranging from art to diversity, an opportunity to interact with elected officials from across the state, an American Ninja Warrior obstacle course, a food truck alley (all food included with registration fee), networking and more. The goal of the youth conference is to empower youth, build confidence, teach leadership and inspire young leaders to use their voices to impact their communities and policy governance.
“After a year of isolation, we can finally bring youth back together for this summit and it’s truly an exciting opportunity,” said Tawnya Russell, Manager of Youth Services. “We want the youth to walk away building their networks of young leaders.”
The Summit is open to Colorado youth grades 5 - 12. The cost to attend is $25. Starting on Aug. 9, individuals can register at brightonimagesummit.org. (Registering early is recommended.)
COVID-19 guidelines at the time will apply.
Funding is provided by the Brighton Lodging Tax.
If you have questions, please contact Tawnya Russell at firstname.lastname@example.org.