Here’s your opportunity to take a leadership role on the day of the conference.
We need 60+ students to volunteer to lead discussion groups on the morning of the Cherry Creek Diversity Conference. After attending a mandatory training session, facilitators are paired and assigned discussion groups with approximately 25-30 students from around the state on the conference day. Discussions can include any number of topics, including an exploration of what is diversity, defining stereotypes, comparing diversity clubs and events at different schools, and sharing ideas to make schools across Colorado safe for everyone.
All high school students interested in volunteering as a student facilitator must attend a mandatory training session on Monday, January 15, 2018 from 1:00-4:00 pm. This day is Martin Luther King, Jr. Day and so there is no school across the state, which should allow students from a wide variety of schools to attend the training.
The training is open to all high school students. Note trained facilitators must also attend the Cherry Creek Diversity Conference on Saturday, February 3, 2018 in order to fulfill their duties.
The student facilitator training will take place in the West Building on the campus of Cherry Creek High School. Enter the campus off Yosemite Street and Campus Drive; you can get directions to the training here.
Inside the West Building, look for the Shillinglaw Lecture Room near the West Cafeteria. We will have signs posted to help you find the way, or call (303) 903-2201 if you need help finding us.