You’re invited to join us for the 27th annual Cherry Creek Diversity Conference on Saturday, February 1, 2020!
At its inception, eighteen schools gathered for what has now grown into the largest diversity conference in the state of Colorado. In 2019 we were pleased to have 105 schools and organizations participating, with a total attendance over 1,100. This day-long conference is the only statewide conference dealing with issues of diversity entirely planned by and for students.
While most people associate the word ‘diversity’ with ethnicity or race, the conference deals a wide range of topics including cliques, religion, gender, sexual orientation, physical and mental challenges, multicultural art and music, socioeconomic concerns, and teenage social problems. See our list of workshops to get an idea of the topics covered by this unique event.
The Cherry Creek Diversity Conference takes place at Cherry Creek High School, 9300 E. Union Avenue, Greenwood Village, CO 80111. Attendees/participating schools should enter the campus off Yosemite Street and Campus Drive. Download directions here.
Schedule of Events
Explore the schedule of the day here.
The 27th annual Cherry Creek Diversity Conference is now at capacity. If you have not pre-registered and are interested in joining us, please contact us, or explore other YCD programs that may be coming up in your state or area.