Youth Community Conversations are facilitated dialogues for children and teens. Each conversation tackles a different issue in young people’s lives, like virtual learning, social media, and bullying. A trained facilitator guides the children and teens in a conversation to share and be heard.
We divide the conversations by age group. Elementary school students, middle school students, and high school students meet with groups of their peers to talk about topics that they are interested in. Through that process, they gain active listening skills, learn about other points of view, and connect with each other.
All Conversations are currently held online.
All participants need parent permission before signing up. Use the form at the bottom of the page.
Coming Soon! Please check back.
Stand in Your Truth: MLK and Finding Your Voice
Friendship during COVID-19: Monday
Facilitated by Kelly Murphy. How has COVID-19 impacted your friendships? How are you maintaining your friendships? Join us for a deep, meaningful conversation about friendship during COVID-19.
If you are curious and looking for more information, join one of our upcoming Conversations! Click here to see what is on our calendar.
Parent Permission for Youth Community Conversations
Community Conversations are facilitated dialogues where students are invited to hear and be heard. Trained facilitators guide students through an open sharing process, giving them the opportunity to draw upon and share their own experiences while hearing and learning from others’. Through this process, students engage with difference, building connections with those whom they may not normally interact, and even creating shared understandings.