Annual Fall Conference
Created by & for young people--the STAMP Conference is designed and facilitated by high school STAMP student leaders from across the Denver metro area for middle school students on topics related to racism, spirituality, classism, gender & sexuality, art-ivism, and health.
About the Conference
The conference is a great entry point for students to learn more about themselves and develop the tools needed to build more inclusive, responsive communities at their individual schools.
Each week leading up to the conference, STAMP H.S student leaders meet to strengthen their own leadership skills and work in small groups to develop a workshop based on the theme they selected that then they will facilitate on the day of the conference to middle school students.
Join us October 4, 2024 at CSU Spur
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT LEADERS APPLICATIONS DUE MAY 1st.
MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENT TICKETS OPEN IN EARLY SEPTEMBER!
*Space is limited.
CIRCLE's STAMP High School Leaders from schools across the Denver area. Students 10th - 12th grade apply to join as a STAMP Conference Leader, when accepted they attend a training and numerous planning meetings leading up to the conference day. The STAMP Leaders determine the theme for the conference, develop workshops, and lead the experience on the day.
If you are interested in becoming a STAMP High School Leader or students from your school please contact us to learn more about the schedule and how to get involved! High School Leaders apply in the Spring for the following Fall conference.
7th & 8th grade students
*Great for students who are BIPOC, LGBTQ+, and/or interested in social justice & leadership
4777 National Western Dr, Denver, CO 80216
Friday, October 4 2024 | 8:30 - 3:00 PM
10 middle school students per school
The limited capacity per school supports greater student diversity across all schools in the Denver area.
*School partners please contact us if you have questions on your permitted amount.
$75 per students
The student tickets includes a conference themed t-shirt, lunch, and a one-of-a-kind-experience. A chaperone is required for every ten students, no cost for required chaperone.
*Partner school's receive a discount on tickets and financial assistance for public schools.
Check out what last year's workshops were -
The workshops are created by high school students and facilitated by these students on the day of the conference to the middle school students attending. Talk about students taking action and making progress!
Curious about what past conferences have looked like? See our past speakers and conference topics here.
Registration for middle school students opens in September and we start recruiting high school leaders and volunteer faculty members in the Spring. Contact us to get involved!