Dear Prospective Partners:
On behalf of Youth from across the First State, we are thrilled to announce YES! - the 2020 Youth Environmental Summit - a day-long conference to be held on Friday, February 28th at Del-Tech in Dover, planned by engaged students representing district, charter and independent high schools from across the state.
A major goal of the Summit is to educate and inspire Youth to encourage their leadership on environmental issues in the near future and the coming years, in Delaware and beyond. Action plans will be developed for students to bring about a growing network of certified green schools across the state, to save energy, reduce waste, and improve our health.
The Summit will include time for reflection, team building, a keynote speaker, panel discussions, meetings and workshops with state legislators, art installations, advocacy training, and lots of dialog!
Key organizers include representatives from Zero Waste First State, Odyssey Charter School, Green Buildings United, TeenSharp, Delaware Interfaith Power & Light, the Charter School of Wilmington, the Brandywine School District, and student leaders representing schools from across the state.
We invite you to participate in the 2020 Youth Summit by becoming a partnering sponsor. Sponsors will be recognized with logo placement on advance materials, in media promotions, social media and web site placements, reusable bags, event t-shirts, and in signage throughout the day of the event. Sponsors are invited to table in the Exhibit Hall the day of the event. Sponsorships will ensure the event is free to all students, including lunch and refreshments throughout the day, and provide transportation as necessary.
Sponsorship supports coverage of other costs associated with the event, including facility rental, technology needs, program printing, web site, signage, reusable bags and water bottles, participant t-shirts, and speaker fees and transportation.
For more information, please feel free to contact us. Thank you in advance for your support of this important inaugural state-wide event. See you in February!