The 2012 TC2 Youth Summit was a HUGE Success!!! Over 260 students with adult chaperones and over 50 volunteers descended on Clark College February 24 for a day of leadership and prevention. Check out our TC2 Facebook Page to see the "Youth Voices" video and pictures.
Thank you to everyone who supported, volunteered, and attended this event. We hope this summit was a celebration and motivation for your groups to continue the prevention effort in Clark County and beyond.
Keep an eye out for our next event, the 5K Walk the Walk in June in Camas.
What? TC2 is a FREE Summit for youth who are involved or interested in substance abuse prevention.
When? February 24, 2012 from 1:00pm-8:30 pm (Check-in & Lunch start at noon)
Where? Clark College, Gaiser Hall Click Here for Map
Food? Lunch in provided prior to the Summit during Check-in/Registration at noon. Dinner is also provided and will be served in the evening.
Why a Summit? To support and celebrate the youth who are doing prevention work in our community, to promote creative problem solving amongst youth and adults, and to provide youth leaders with tools to take back to their schools and communities.
What Can I Expect? There will be awesome workshops on topics including: mobilizing for community change, stress reduction, using the arts for expression and voice, science of addiction, what to do when friends or family are using, and much more! Youth will have the opportunity to meet and collaborate with other youth across SW Washington; there will be a Conversation Cafe discussion with community leaders about underage drinking, youth performances and a comedy show to keep things interesting.
Youth/Adult Chaperone Details: All youth and adult attendees must register and all youth must have a permission slip signed by their parent or guardian. Youth are required to have an onsite chaperone. The chaperone does not need to follow youth to every workshop, but does need to be onsite at the college for the duration of the summit. If a youth wants to attend but does not have an adult chaperone, they can indicate that they need a chaperone on their registration and we will provide an onsite chaperone. The youth must arrange for transportation to and from the summit. For adult chaperone's bringing youth groups, we ask that there be one adult for every 8 youth.
Transportation: If your group needs help with transportation please contact Sondra Storm at Sondra.email@example.com