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There is Still Time to Register Your Teen For 2013 YADAPP Teen Leadership Conference

June 17, 2013

News Release Contact:

Maureen Haney - (804) 325-8468
Email: pubrel@abc.virginia.gov

There is Still Time to Register Your Teen For 2013 YADAPP Teen Leadership Conference

  • Cost for a week of room and board, fun and learning, ONLY $60 per student!
  • Teams of four high school students plus adult sponsor invited to attend.
  • Visit YADAPP.com for more information and to register for this year’s conference.

Is your teenager done with school and taking up valuable space on your couch? Consider sending them to a safe, inspirational and fun place for a week this summer! There is still time to register for this year’s YADAPP summer leadership conference, July 15-19 at Longwood University in Farmville, Va.

YADAPP is a youth leadership program, sponsored by the Virginia Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control, which empowers teens to become involved in keeping their schools and communities alcohol and drug free. Each year YADAPP holds its summer leadership conference for hundreds of motivated teen leaders across the state.

Virginia high school teams of four with at least one adult sponsor are encouraged to attend this five-day conference. The cost for an entire team and adult sponsor is only $300, (only $60 per person). The fee includes room and board (breakfast, lunch and dinner) at Longwood University, workshops, motivational speakers and all the networking and fun that comes with the YADAPP summer leadership conference.

From underage drinking, texting and driving, to bullying and drug abuse, students at YADAPP will brainstorm issues facing teens in their schools and communities and create plans to deter those high-risk behaviors during the 2013–2014 school year.

“This youth-led conference is an inspiring example of Virginia youth who are willing to take a stand and create positive change in their schools and communities. We applaud their courage and commitment to making a difference,” said J. Neal Insley, ABC chairman.

Registration ends soon so visit www.yadapp.com today, or contact YADAPP Coordinator Katie Weaks at (804) 213-4593 or education@abc.virginia.gov.

Since 1985, more than ten thousand students and 440 Virginia high schools and community organizations have participated in this unique, youth-led leadership conference. Virginia ABC has played a role in producing YADAPP (Youth Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention Project) since 1995.

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  • There is Still Time to Register Your Teen For 2013 YADAPP Teen Leadership Conference