Register for the UU-UNO Spring Seminar
Register here for the 2019 Seminar.
(Dec 3-Jan 21)
(Jan 22-Feb 25)
|Youth (age 14-18)||$325||$375|
|Young Adult (age 18*-35)||$300||$350|
|Adult (age 36-64)||$375||$425|
|Senior (age 65+)||$350||$400|
*18-year-olds who are no longer in high school are welcome to attend the seminar, but must register as Young Adults
Registration is open through February 25th. In addition to completing the online registration form, all participants must submit completed and signed Participant Forms - please read the forms carefully before signing and submitting them.
Available Discounts: See information below about applying for reduced rates and a discount opportunity for Young Adults. Registered UU-UNO Envoys receive a $50 discount. Please indicate on the registration form if one of these apply to you. Only one of these discounts may be applied for any one registrant.
What's Included With Registration?
Registration includes admission to the programming for the Intergenerational Spring Seminar April 11-13, 2018, including lunch and dinner on April 11 as well as lunch on April 12. Please note the following special circumstances:
Special 2019 Young Adult Rates! The 2019 UU-UNO Intergenerational Spring Seminar team hopes to help more Young Adults between the ages of 18 and 35 attend. This year, the Young Adult registration rate includes lodging at HI New York for three nights (check-in April 10, check-out April 13). If any Young Adults do not wish to stay at the hostel, there is an additional discount of $100 available during the registration process (that additional discount is only available to Young Adult registrants age 18-35). See Preparing for Spring Seminar page for additional details about the hostel and accommodations.
Youth & Sponsors
All youth must be accompanied by an adult Sponsor, with a maximum of 5 youth per Sponsor. To encourage and support youth participation in this Seminar, registration costs for all Youth and Sponsors includes lodging at HI New York for three nights (check-in April 10, check-out April 13). All Youth and Sponsors attending the Seminar must stay at the hostel with the group. The role of Sponsors at the Intergenerational Spring Seminar is to support youth participation and leadership, and to supervise their sponsored youth during the event. We ask for congregations to send no more than one adult sponsor per two youth. See Preparing for Spring Seminar page for additional details about the hostel and accommodations.
Limited funds are available to cover reduced registration costs for some participants. Applications must be completed online by noon EST February 11th, 2019. APPLY HERE. We are endeavoring to reduce the financial obstacles for attendance as much as possible, especially for young adult (18-35 yrs) participants and religious professionals who demonstrate financial need. We are also prioritizing Reduced Registration for immigrants and refugees, indigenous people, people of color, and/or people from other historically marginalized and/or oppressed communities. The availability of funding limits the amount of financial support we can provide, and we will require demonstration of financial need before providing any Registration Reduction. Due to limited funding, we are not able consider requests for travel or lodging assistance.
Whether or not a reduced rate is granted, applicants will need to register and submit signed participant forms in order to attend the Spring Seminar. Those applying to be Collaboration Group Leaders may also wish to apply for Reduced Registration - Collaboration Group Leader Applications are due March 6, 2019.
This project is funded in part by the Fund for Unitarian Universalism.