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Multicultural Youth Leadership Day at the Capitol 2018

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Utah State Capitol

320 East Capitol Street

Salt Lake City, UT 84103

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The Multicultural Youth Leadership Day at the Capitol 2018 is a day to foster the importance of civic engagement among Utah 10th, 11th, and 12th grade students and provide a pathway to how they can become more civically engaged. State, community, and youth leaders will provide remarks and workshops to inspire students to take action in creating and growing their communities. Topics of education, STEAM, and community involvement are areas of focus at this event. A light breakfast and lunch are provided.



REGISTRATION PERIOD

Opens- Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Closes- Wednesday, February 28, 2018



REGISTRATION CRITERIA

  • Requirement: 1 educator per 25 high school students

  • All 10th, 11th, and 12th high school students and educators are invited to register, but the Utah Office of Multicultural Affairs highly encourages students who are enrolled in U.S. Govt. & Citizenship courses, involved in a student leadership program, of underrepresented backgrounds and/or interested in civic engagment, to attend.

  • Educators and/or Chaperones are required to accompany their students.


PARENT QUESTIONNAIRE

The Utah Office of Multicultural Affairs invites parents (or guardians) to complete a parent questionnaire, and participation is voluntary. The parent questionnaire helps the Utah Office of Multicultural Affairs determine if we are reaching a diverse group of students during the Multicultural Youth Leadership Day at the Capitol. The Utah Office of Multicultural Affairs invites parents or guardians to complete the form, because their student will attend the Leadership Day with their school. To obtain a Parent Questionnaire, visit mca.utah.gov/myld.


EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION AWARDS

As an integral part of the Leadership Day, the Utah Office of Multicultural Affairs seeks to recognize extraordinary students and educators who help advance civic learning and engagement with Utah's multicultural communities. This award is presented to up to three students and three educators from Utah high schools (10th, 11th, 12th grades) as deemed appropriate by the Utah Office of Multicultural Affairs. For more information about how to nominate a student or educator, visit mca.utah.gov/myld.

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