HOW TO REGISTER:
Registration for the 2023 Delaware Youth Environmental Summit (2023 YES!) is by high school student teams, not as individuals. Team captains can be teachers, advisors, homeschool parents or student leaders. Team captains are responsible for sharing or inviting other team members. All teams must include a TEACHER/ADVISOR who agrees to serve as the point person for the school team (or home schooler(s), act in an advisory role, arrange or ensure transportation for team members, and attend the Summit as an advisor to the team. When adult advisors register, please include "adult advisor" after your last name. For example "Greta Thunberg - Adult Advisor." Although registration is by teams, this is not a competitive event. Students are expected to follow their school's code of conduct, acting as a representative of their school.
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: 2/24/2023 OR WHEN CAPACITY IS REACHED IF SOONER. SPACE IS LIMITED to the first 500 registrants.
INITIAL LIMIT PER HIGH SCHOOL: TEAMS OF NO MORE THAN 20 PER SCHOOL MAY REGISTER NOW (if space permits, slots will be opened up for additional registrants per school after the Early Bird deadline (2/10/23). The registration form via Eventbrite will remain editable for additional names to be added or changes to be made UNTIL registration cap is reached or until 2/24/2023 whichever comes first. After that, please email YESDelaware@gmail.com with any changes in team registration prior to the summit.
REGISTRATION IS FREE - Thanks to our generous sponsors, the 2023 YES! summit is provided at no cost to all student attendees. Donations are always welcome.
ZERO WASTE - This aims to be a zero waste event. Each attendee should please plan to bring a reusable, refillable water bottle.
CATERING - Vegetarian fare for morning refreshments and lunch will be provided.
PERMISSIONS AND FORMS:
COVID REQUIREMENTS: Please note that participants will be expected to follow all current University of Delaware COVID protocols. Currently there are no requirements in place to mask or show proof of negative test or vaccination, but masks are encouraged.