Reload: A One-Day Urban Youth Worker Training
2014 is the 10th Anniversary of Reload Chicago!
Chicago-area churches, para-churches and North Park University work with Urban Youth Worker Institute to bring the training to Chicago, hosted by North Park University’s Center for Youth Ministry Studies and youth workers from Chicagoland.
Featuring mainstage speakers Phil Jackson, pastor of Tha House Covenant Church and Tha Firehouse Community Arts Center and Justine Conley, J Conley Consulting
Schedule of the day will include two breakout workshops, a general session, as well as breakfast and lunch!
Teen Track (for high school student leaders, only) is free for up to 5 student leaders. Additional student leaders are $10/student.
When: April 5, 2014 from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm
Where:North Park University, 3225 W Foster Ave, Chicago, IL 60625
Gymnasium is located on the corner of Foster and Kedzie.
Parking: Free parking in the North Park lots. See Campus Map for locations on campus.
No parking pass needed on weekends.
Tickets: Pre-registration prices of $25/person or $20/person for groups of 7+
Tickets day of are $30/person or $25/person for groups of 7+
Vendor booths are $200 (electrical access is $25)
Bag Stuffers and Screen ads are available for an additional $100/per, or $150 for both. (Bag stuffers and screen ads are only available to those organizations that purchase booth space.)
Tickets are nonrefundable, but can be transferred to another person.
To pay by check, scroll down to bottom of ticketing options, and click "Show other payment options" under the Order Now button. You can pay by check or cash at door without the credit card fees.
Photos will be taken throughout the day for future promotional purposes.
By signing up, the attendee grants permission to use his/her likeness in a photograph in any and all publications and materials without payment or consideration made to them.
Contact Alison Burkhardt by email or by phone at (773) 244-5207 with questions.
When & Where
Center for Youth Ministry Studies
CYMS serves Christian leaders who are dedicated to holistically ministering to adolescents. We build dialogical partnerships, provide training opportunities, develop resources, and participate in networks that advocate for the development of youth and the systems that impact them.