Wednesday, July 14, 2021
1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Virtual | Zoom
We invite you to LEAD Southern Utah! A youth leadership development event for incoming 10th-12th grade students and recent high school graduates in southern Utah.
The Utah Division of Multicultural Affairs and Martin Luther King Jr. Human Rights Commission are partnering to host LEAD Southern Utah—an event focusing on leadership development for southern Utah’s incoming 10th-12th grade students and recent high school graduates. They will explore different forms of civic engagement through art, entrepreneurism, community engagement and civic leadership.
This is a free, virtual event for 50 students (10-12th and recent high school graduates) attending school in southern Utah, which includes the following counties:
- San Juan
Learning Incentive: Participating students will receive a $75 learning incentive from the Utah Division of Multicultural Affairs for attending the entire event. After the event, we will verify each student’s attendance. A follow-up email will be sent requesting their legal name and mailing address.
EVENT DATE & TIME
Wednesday, July 14th, 2021 from 1-3 p.m.
The event will be held virtually over Zoom. A link will be emailed a day before the event to those who register.
Registration ( Deadline Extended to July 13)
Students, parents, community members, and educators should register by TUESDAY, JULY 13TH @ 12 PM. We highly encourage early registration as space is limited to 50 students and a few guests.
Register at bit.ly/leadutah2021.
Students will be asked to complete a short, voluntary pre-survey as part of the registration. The information collected will remain confidential and will help the Utah Division of Multicultural Affairs analyze the needs and interests among multicultural students when addressing leadership development. If students choose to complete the pre-survey, they can be entered in a randomly selected prize drawing.