Registration is open for TNOYS’ 39th Annual Conference on Services to Youth and Families. There will be both virtual (May 11) and in-person (May 23-26) options. Workshops will cover research and performance-driven programming, youth voice and youth-adult partnerships, diversity, equity and inclusion, and many other topics.
In-person: TNOYS’ full conference will take place in person in Houston from May 23 – 26. This will include pre-conference institutes and the chance to choose from more than 40 workshops over three days. Learn more on the home page.
One-day virtual option: TNOYS will offer a full day of virtual programming on May 11. You can register for the virtual event only, or for both in-person and virtual days. Visit the FAQs page for more information on the virtual event.
Sneak Peek: Featured Speakers
This year’s keynote speakers will address topics that include achieving success after systems involvement, lived experience with foster care and the justice system, racial equity, and more.
New York Times best-selling author, poet and staff writer at The Atlantic
Author, expert in youth development and activist for justice-involved youth
Musician and speaker drawing on his lived experience with foster care and incarceration
Arts curator and activist drawing on her lived experience with youth homelessness
Registration varies from $200 to $410 for non-member individuals and $5o for youth. Register before April 25 to secure the early bird rate.