Youth Track Info

Youth Track Info

The 2021 Youth Track is Virtual this year. 

The Goals of the Youth Track:

  • Provide an opportunity for innovative & interactive student leaders (age 14 - 18 years of age) to network
  • Discuss alcohol and drug issues and promote creative, interactive problem solving 
  • Learn from nationally acclaimed speaker and Northwest native, Nigel Wrangham and put those skills to use to better your local community

Guidelines: 

  • Each organization / group must have one adult registered for the youth track.  This person will be the main contact person for the organization / group.
  • Each organization / group must have the adult who is registered and each registered youth logged in to the virtual training opportunity and complete the session together.  The session will be offered on THREE different dates/times to accommodate different schedules, once on each day of the adult conference (June 28, 29, 30), specific times to be announced.  
  • Each youth must have a waiver on file prior to June 27, 2021. 
  • The registration system requires a specific email address for each registration.

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The Northwest Alcohol Conference assists the nation's youth in leadership, and in 2021, is proud to offer TWENTY $300.00 Mini-Grants for Youth Guided/Directed Projects.  

Youth Guided/Directed Project Guidelines 

  • To be eligible for a mini-grant, the organization / group must have sent an adult and youth to the virtual youth track opportunity and completed the session.
  • Each organization / group will submit their project proposal and mini-grant application to the Youth Track Coordinator for project approval and mini-grant award by July 31, 2021. 
  • Once the project is approved, the organization / group can begin work.
  • Projects can be centered on youth substance abuse education and training, social media campaigns or other local campaigns and projects that benefit the community and/or raise awareness about substance use/abuse.  Projects CANNOT be organization / group team building type activities. 
  • Projects must be completed by December 31, 2021. 
  • Mini-grants are reimbursement grants.  At the conclusion of the project and after submission of the final project report, organizations / groups will be sent their $300.00 checks.  Project reports must be submitted within 30 days of the stated project completion date.

Project Proposal and Mini-Grant Application will be provided at the conclusion of the virtual youth track session to attendees.