Youth Caucus refers to programming at General Assembly (GA) designed specifically for youth. Youth Caucus includes workshops, meetings to discuss and take part in GA business, networking and other social opportunities, and worship. Youth Caucus also takes part in the wider GA programming, including General Sessions, public witness and worship. All youth are welcomed to participate in Youth Caucus. All youth are also welcome and encouraged to explore the full range of GA programming, as many workshops outside of Youth Caucus may also be of interest.
The purpose of Youth Caucus is to serve:
Adult support and supervision at GA is also different from youth conferences. Read more about supervision at GA in the Policies and Supervision section of the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ).
Youth at General Assembly are encouraged to explore all that GA has to offer. There are also programs designed specifically by youth, for youth, to be found in the Youth Caucus. The Youth Caucus programming is not a "youth track," does not have offerings in every available spot and youth are not required to attend beyond the initial orientation.
Youth Caucus programming has not yet been determined for 2014. In the past, Caucus offerings having included trainings, networking opportunities, sessions to discuss GA business, workshops on topics like service project planning and social justice in pop culture, and opportunities to worship as a youth community.
Youth are always welcome and encouraged to attend programming throughout General Assembly, not just Youth Caucus. Check the program schedule for workshops that interest you! Youth Caucus staff will be putting together a suggested workshops list that will be distributed to all registrants in early June.
Public witness and service opportunities, worships, and spiritual practices are intended for all GA attendees and youth are especially welcomed and encouraged to attend. You can learn more about these opportunities on the GA website as details become available. Highlights will be available here as the schedule is finalized.
For more information contact youth @ uua.org.
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Last updated on Monday, September 30, 2013.
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