| ||The Dream Makers, from White Swan, WA, celebrate their win at the 2011 Spring Youth Forum.|
Grand Prize Winners
First Round Winners
- Shelton High School Students Against Drunken Driving (SADD)
- Wilson Youth Leading Change —Tacoma
- Washington Youth Leading Change — Tacoma
- Dream Makers
- Youth Action —Quincy
- Lincoln Youth Leading Change —Tacoma
- Washington High School SADD — Tacoma
- Innovation - TELL (Timbercrest Encouraging Lifelong Lessons) —Seattle
- Sustainability – WHS Awareness Presentation Team —Tacoma
- Impact - Omak Street Team —Omak
- Presentation Style & Professionalism —Foss Youth Leading Change—Tacoma
- Collaboration & Partnerships —Point Blank SADD —East Sound
Date: May 19, 2011
Location: Great Wolf Lodge, Grand Mound, WA
Continuing in the spirit of the 2010 Prevention Summit, the Spring Youth Forum provides youth prevention teams the opportunity share and promote their successfully completed prevention projects—and to compete against others for great prizes. You’ve made your mark and now it’s time to show it off!
Applications and more information about the 2011 forum can be found at: http://springyouthforum.org/ or download application.
March 30 - Scholarship applications due
April 11 - Acceptance notifications emailed
April 27 - Registration deadline
May 9 - Presentations due
May 18 - Event check-in and team arrival
May 19 - Spring Youth Forum
Teams accepted to attend may receive:
- A travel stipend not to exceed $150 (amount dependent upon team’s location)
- Breakfast, lunch, and dinner on Thursday, May 19, 2011
- Great Wolf Lodge water park passes. Water park passes can be utilized starting at 1:00pm on Wednesday, May 18 through Thursday, May 19 at 9:00pm. Hotel room check-in does not begin until 4:00pm, however, teams can arrive beginning at 1:00pm and the hotel will provide water park passes and allow teams to swim prior to room check-in.
- Up to two sleeping rooms at the Great Wolf Lodge on Wednesday, May 18, 2010.
Due to budgetary constraints, there are no guarantees that more than two rooms per team can be accommodated. The sleeping rooms are family suites that sleep up to six (6), and depending upon the make up of your team, up to two rooms can be requested. It will be up to each team to determine how many and who should be in each room (i.e., one chaperone and three youth per room or six youth in one room and two chaperones in the second room, etc.) Lodging reservations will be made for you approximately a week before arrival. For teams traveling long distances, hotel rooms may be available on Thursday, May 19 as well. Teams will be notified, on the acceptance letter, if they qualify for a second night of lodging.
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Presented by the Division of Behavioral Health and Recovery and the Attorney General of Washington and funded through a grant from the Attorney General's Office Consumer Protection Cy Pres fund.