Engaging Youth in Leadership and Community Service
2020 TEENPOWER Conferences

Registration links will be live on the respective opening days (see below).

Middle School: June 22-24, 2020 at University of Evansville
Fall 2020 7th and 8th grade students

REGISTER HERE!
Payment is NOT required at the time of registration.

Registration closes: April 24

*Both conferences will reach their participant cap well before April 24.
Please plan to register your child at 6pm on the first day of registration.

Attendance:
Students registered for TEENPOWER must be present for the entire event, including overnight.
If a participant is not able to arrive at Middle School TEENPOWER by 12pm on Monday, June 22, or has to leave before 4pm on Wednesday, June 24,
they are ineligible to participate in the conference.

High School: May 31-June 4, 2020 at University of Evansville
Fall 2020 9th-12th grade students

REGISTER HERE! (Reopens at 6pm on February 26)
Payment is NOT required at the time of registration.

Registration reopens: Wednesday, February 26 at 6pm and closes *April 24

*Both conferences will reach their participant cap well before April 24.
Please plan to register your child at 6pm on the first day of registration.

Attendance:
Students registered for TEENPOWER must be present for the entire event, including overnight.
If a participant is not able to arrive at High School TEENPOWER by 6pm on Sunday, May 31, or has to leave before 7pm on Wednesday, June 3,
they are ineligible to participate in the conference.

TEENPOWER Registration FAQs (Please read carefully!)
Scooter Scholarship Application (For families with financial need)

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YR’s mission is to inspire and develop our community of youth to a life dedicated to leadership, service, and civic engagement. Since 1987 we’ve worked with over 149,850 students and funded more than 3,310 service projects in 6 counties. Our alumni give, serve, and lead in education, healthcare, business, law, nonprofits, tech and more, using the skills they learned through YR’s programs.

Last year our students served over 8,000 hours with more than 100 local organizations, and they planned 63 service projects with their peers. They opened their hearts to the needs in our community and put their hands to work making a difference.


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Learn more about our four programs and meet our students, alumni and donors in our annual Community Investment Report. The report includes dates for our special events, as well as interviews with program participants. If you’ve ever been curious about YR, this piece is a great resource on who we are and what we do!

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