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Registration for the Third Annual Solano Youth Resiliency Summit Closes November 30th
Posted 11/22/21

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FAIRFIELD, CA – Solano County Office of Education in partnership with Fighting Back Partnership, Fairfield Police Activities League, LGBTQ Minus Tobacco, Nature of Sound, Solano Youth Coalition, Vacaville Police Activities League and VIBE Solano will be hosting the third annual Solano Youth Resiliency Summit, on Saturday, December 4, 2021, from 10:00 am – 3:30 pm. This virtual summit is free and open to all middle and high school students living or attending school in Solano County. Adult youth advocates may also attend.


Online registration will be open through November 30, 2021, at www.solanocoe.net/youthsummit.


More than 15 different workshops will be offered at the summit. Topics include: working with government officials, allyship, healthy relationships, financial planning, financial aid for post-secondary pathways, mental health and wellness, suicide prevention, human trafficking, volunteerism and voter engagement to name a few.


This year’s summit will also feature keynote speakers Tina Davis and Marcus Williams, both Vallejo natives. Davis is a successful record label executive, artist manager and entrepreneur, with nearly 30 years of experience. She has worked with artists OutKast, Macy Gray, LL Cool J, DMX, Neyo, Chris Brown and more. Williams is an activist and founder of LYDO (Living Your Day Overcoming), a non-profit focused on peer advocacy to help physically and emotionally empower survivors to battle their unique life crises.