Wednesday, March 11, 8:30 am – 1:30 pm
2020 Theme: KnowHate. Know it. Understand it. Change it.
Walk in My Shoes Youth Conferences bring together high school and middle school students from all over Orange County to attend a day long youth conference. Participants explore issues of identity and culture, develop their leadership skills and are exposed to examples of successful youth activism. Our goal is to empower and mobilize students to work towards creating positive social change.
Students attend three one-hour workshops, choosing from over 20 different thought provoking sessions related around human relations. Youth and experienced human relations presenters share their insights, experiences and expertise on subjects related to the theme.
Registration Closes 5pm Jan 17 (or when full) don’t delay – REGISTER NOW!Call for Presenters
We are always on the lookout for presenters who can offer youth-friendly workshops on topics related to youth organizing, social justice, youth activism, leadership, culture, identity, youth issues and healthy living. Workshops are one-hour in length.
If you’re interested in offering a workshop, please complete our online
For more information please contact Cinthia Tejeda at 714.480.6572 or [email protected]
“Workshops at WIMS should be at every high school; all information is so vital to today’s youth.”
“It was very inspiring – I want to stop the stereotyping at my school.”
A Big Thank You to our Supporters!
UCI Irvine, Office of the Vice Chancellor, Student Affairs
California State University, Fullerton, Office of Student Affairs
Check out some photos from previous years’ Walk In My Shoes
Photos courtesy of www.janandtey.com