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Wisconsin Dells, WI

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The annual Teen Summit is End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin’s largest training, bringing youth, parents, educators, activists, and mentors from all over Wisconsin to learn about healthy relationships, teen dating violence, and sexual assault within a larger anti-oppression framework. We include educational and enthusiastic plenary speakers, as well as topic-related performances. We are expecting our highest attendance yet, with up to 1,000 anticipated attendees!

It will be a celebration of our many successes, as well as a time to revive and strengthen ourselves and our movement. We welcome attendees to challenge preconceived notions on how to deal with these issues and learn new strategies for successful prevention and education on teen issues.

The event starts on a Sunday to avoid taking youth out of school three days in a row. End Abuse offers an Excused Absence Form form every year that students can provide to their schools without fear of being tardy or having unexcused absences.

**Will update the excused absence form when we have the dates and venue chosen. 

Overview video from the 2019 Teen Summit.

Important Documents Become a Sponsor! Registration - CLOSED Scholarships - CLOSED Lodging - CLOSED

Important Documents

Here is a list of documents that are EXTREMELY important to review BEFORE participating in the 2021 Teen Summit. The documents are split up into for everyone, for youth, and for adults. We’ve created these documents to have a baseline of shared understanding of everyone’s expectations while at the Teen Summit.

FOR EVERYONE

Documents that everyone should be familiar with if attending the Teen Summit.

  • Teen Summit Norms – The ways we agree to be with each other while at the Teen Summit. The norms are also ways to make sure that we are holding each other accountable for our actions to make a safe and brave space for everyone.
  • 2020 Teen Summit Overview – This fact sheet explains what the Teen Summit is and what to expect when you attend. **Will be updating the first page of the overview once we choose the 2021 Teen Summit dates and venue. Pages 2-3 are still relevant to explain the Teen Summit to those that may not know.
FOR YOUTH ***We will update these forms when we have the dates and venue for 2021.

These documents are specifically for youth and may need an adult mentors help to complete each one.

  • Photo & Video Release Form – We will be taking photos and videos at the Teen Summit. Anyone under the age of 18 will be asked to get their parent or legal guardian’s permission to take photos and videos of them. We use the photos and videos to continue to promote and grow the event and make it even better. Funders love seeing real people that are attending the event which is why it is SO helpful to have photos and videos to share with them.
    • If youth under 18 years old do not receive their parent or legal guardian’s permission to take photos or videos, they will get an identifiable lanyard at the Teen Summit so the photographers and videographers know to not record those folks.
  • 2020 Excused Absence Letter – This document is for youth to fill out and give to their schools so that their absence will not be counted as unexcused while at the 2020 Teen Summit.
FOR ADULTS **While the majority of the Mentor-Chaperone Toolkit will stay relevant, the information will change and be updated once we have the date and venue chosen for the 2021 Teen Summit. 

This document is for adults that are bringing youth in a mentor or chaperone capacity.

  • Teen Summit Mentor-Chaperone Toolkit – To provide resources, tips, and tricks to be a fully engaged adult with the youth that you are bringing to the 2020 Teen Summit. The toolkit is broken up into three parts; before, during, and after the Teen Summit. this toolkit was created by chaperones/mentors that have attended the Teen Summit in the past, Teen Council adult members, Dare 2 Know partners and End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin Staff.

Become a Sponsor!

Every year it is our goal to grow and enhance the Teen Summit by providing as many teens as possible with a scholarship to reduce the financial barriers for teens. Below are the sponsorship levels and what each entails. For more information about becoming a sponsor and to submit your logos, please contact Gricel Santiago-Rivera, gsantiago@endabusewi.org

Community Connector

$10,000

  • Logo-based recognition in all conference-related promotions and materials
  • Featured “premier” listing with logo on 2018 Teen Summit webpage and social media promotions
  • Half-page ad in conference program
  • Logo-based recognition at February 4th evening opening reception
  • Pre-Conference Program Recognition

Peer Persuader

$5,000

  • Logo-based recognition in all conference-related promotions and materials
  • Featured “premier” listing with logo on 2018 Teen Summit webpage and social media promotions
  • Quarter-page ad in conference program
  • Logo-based recognition at February 4th evening opening reception
  • Pre-Conference Program Recognition

Voice Valuer

$1,500

  • Written recognition in all conference-related promotions and materials
  • 1/8-page ad in conference program
  • Written recognition at February 4th evening opening reception

Teen Ally

$500

  • Written recognition in all conference-related promotions and materials
  • Written recognition at February 4th evening opening reception

Registration - CLOSED

 

Registration for the 2020 Teen Summit WI is officially CLOSED.

Like our Facebook page to get information on the amazing keynotes, workshops, and more we have planned!

For all other questions please contact teensummitcouncil@gmail.com

Scholarships - CLOSED

Thank you for your interest. Unfortunately, we do not have any more scholarships available.

For any additional questions please contact Ru Nataraj teensummitcouncil@gmail.com

Lodging - CLOSED

The room block that was reserved for the Teen Summit is now closed.

 

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