Event Details



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STAMP Info

STAMP 2018 Keynote Speaker:


Dr. Bettina Love

STAMP 2018’s keynote speaker Dr. Bettina Love was named a Nasir Jones Hiphop Fellow at the Hutchins Center for African and African American Research at Harvard University in 2016. An Associate Professor of Educational Theory and Practice at the University of Georgia, she is also the creator of the Hip Hop civics curriculum GET FREE. Her research focuses on how teachers and schools working with parents and communities can build communal, civically engaged, anti-racist, anti-homophobic, and anti-sexist educational and equitable classrooms.



2018 STAMP 7th Annual Conference

STAMP stands for Students Taking Action & Making Progress, a name that was chosen by our high school steering committee.

Geared toward middle-school-aged youth (7th & 8th graders), the conference will take place at History Colorado Center downtown Denver. Featuring youth-oriented workshops led by youth leaders from our high school STAMPers, the conference will empower young people with tools for building more inclusive communities as they head back to their home schools.

In addition to providing a leadership and inclusiveness opportunity for middle school students, the high school leaders who plan the conference receive leadership and facilitation training and work for 8 weeks to design and create every workshop for the conference.

PLEASE NOTE: The high school STAMP Leaders put a great deal of time, energy and hard work into this conference, we are making it the best experience for YOU. Please support our efforts, we ask that the STAMP Middle School participants arrive on time and stay for the entire conference, which ends at 3:30 p.m.

Thank you for your support!

FAQs

Is there a fee for Chaperones?

There is no fee for Chaperones, your contact information is requested on the order form. We are planning additional learning opportunities for the adult chaperones (separate from the students) for the morning, you will be "on your own" for the afternoon. However, chaperones MUST remain on the premises for the day.

How do I access the necessary conference release/permission form?

Once you register your students, you will receive a confirmation. In that confirmation are the links to the workshop selections AND the conference release/permission form.

Please make sure that all student attendees have a completed release form, found here:

RELEASE FORM

OR (copy and paste into a new browser)

https://goo.gl/BY6baM

How do I select the STAMP workshops for Students?

Please make sure for each student you registered, that you fill out our Workshop Ranking Form. This helps us ensure your students get to be in the workshops they are most interested in attending at the conference:

WORKSHOP DESCRIPTIONS

OR copy and paste

https://goo.gl/hQyHm4

What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?

Students may be dropped off at the "School Entrance" on the South Side of History Colorado on 12th Ave. After drop-off, buses may park for the day in nearby parking lots (Acoma & 12th) and Art Museum Garage behind theART Hotel on 12th.

Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?

[email protected]

Other Registration FAQs

What's the refund policy?

We are fortunate that the STAMP Conference has become a very popular event for our community. We will reach capacity. Due to this high demand of desired attendance to the STAMP Conference, we are not able to refund admission/conference registration. Thank you for your understanding.

Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable?

Yes. You may transfer registration to another student. We want all the STAMP participants to feel included and ready for the event. Please let us know by September 31st so we may have a name tag for new/transferred student. Thank you!

  • When: Fri Oct. 12
    8:30 am - 3:30 pm

  • Address: 1200 North Broadway
    Denver CO,US 80203

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