Be a Super Hero! A Super Fun Day for Teens at the North Coast Youth Summit
Local youth are invited to come and learn amazing new skills such as Split Second Survival, Origami Fun, Buying Your First Car, Local Archaeology, and First Aid Certification.
We are pleased to announce the 15th Annual Northcoast Youth Summit (NYS), sponsored by the University of California 4-H program, the Humboldt County Office of Education (HCOE), and College of the Redwoods.
“Be a Super Hero” is this year’s theme. Youth (7th-12th grade) choose from over 40 workshops. Workshops include topics such as goals for super heros, suicide prevention, disc golf, group painting, and ocean acidification. Attendees will hear the voices of three keynote speakers: Diana Totten, a local fire and rescue captain, professional tracker, and business owner as well as Dan Bixler and Ernesto Cappuccio from the Greenview Playground Project.
Lunch time activities will include a 25 foot climbing wall, live radio interviews, and bungee trampolines! NYS goals are increasing youth leadership development, skill building, fun, networking and awareness of local career opportunities.
Northcoast Youth Summit will take place on Saturday, March 17, 2018, from 8:00AM to 4:00PM at the College of the Redwoods. Registration is now open at www.ucanr.edu/2018NYS. The cost is $20.00 and includes breakfast snacks, and lunch. Registration and reimbursement options close on March 15, 2018. Thereafter only substitutions can be made. Day of event registration is $30.00.
Join us for this a fun-filled event and sign up your teen today.
The North Coast Youth Summit is an amazing opportunity! I have had the chance to learn about careers as well as grow as a person… The Youth Summit has provided me with an amazing chance to enjoy learning. For those considering it, I would strongly recommend coming. The Youth Summit has inspiring keynote speakers and fun activities too! –Dylan Diemer
The first time I went to the Northcoast Youth Summit, I was afraid and unsure if I wanted to go. That was four years ago. I only knew one person when I went for the first time. We entered the theater and heard a story from one of the guest speakers, It was inspiring and I haven’t forgotten the story he told. After that I met new people, and learned cool things through the workshops. I had so much fun that I went again and again. . This year I am helping organize it. I am excited about origami, creative reuse, and painting workshops.-
The Northcoast Youth Summit is a really great opportunity for any person to learn a thing or two, meet some people around the Humboldt, Mendocino, Del Norte & Trinity counties and hear inspiring stories from people who have achieved their dreams. –Jonathan Archibold
Below is a list of the workshops. Click the arrows at the bottom to move through the pages.