What Is The InPower Youth Summit?
The InPower Youth Summit is an interactive five day summit (July 13-17th, 2020) for young adults with significant disabilities, ages 18-26, as they gear up for shifting into adulthood. The Youth Summit will provide personal development in leadership skills, confidence, self-advocacy, and identifying resources available in their community. Peer mentors with disabilities will lead activities and off-site adventures, as a direct connection to more leaders in the community.
Who Can Participate?
Young adults who identify as having any disability – whether it be physical, mental, intellectual, cognitive, developmental, Deaf/HOH, visual, or all of the above. Preference will be given to applicants between the ages of 18-26 who live in Adams, Arapahoe, Clear Creek, Denver, Douglas, Elbert, and Jefferson counties. If you have leadership experience or want to explore your leadership potential, this summit is for you!
No Cost to Youth
There is no cost for students who are selected to attend. Travel, meals, and disability accommodations are covered for the entire event. Funding for the event is provided by generous donations and private partnerships.
Reasonable accommodations (ASL interpreters, nursing staff, etc.) will be made as requested to the best of Atlantis’ capacity.
Living On My Own
Healthy Cooking & Eating
Sexuality and Relationships
Arts & Music
Capitol Tour and Meeting with Local Representatives
College Tour/Reasonable Accommodations On College Campuses
We continue to monitor the novel coronavirus and will provide applicants with updates as the event nears. If it is deemed necessary, there may be online remote components of the Summit.
Please fill out the below form and you will receive an email with a Google Form application.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Want more details? Check out the screen-reader friendly PDF of frequently asked questions. FAQ.
Thank you to our sponsors!