Students who attend the Queer, Trans, and Allied Student Virtual Summit of the Central Coast may be able to earn school credit for participating in the summit.
Summit participants engage in community building and help create a safer, more inclusive environment for LGBT+ and ally youth in our area. Participants also learn about a variety of topics related to the LGBT+ community that will help them gain a deeper understanding of LGBT+ experiences which will complement school curriculum in the areas of history and health, among others.
Youth may also volunteer and present workshops which build their interpersonal and communication skills.
If your school has a community service, volunteer, or similar requirement, talk to your school counselor to see if you can earn credit for attending the summit.
If you need paperwork signed by Summit staff, please email it to Coordinate Summit.
For more information contact Stuart Rosenstein, co-chair, Queer, Trans & Allied Student Virtual Summit of the Central Coast, or Jamie Cutter, M.Ed., English and Health Teacher, QSA Advisor and Safe School Lead, Delta High School at Cabrillo College at (831) 427-4004 or email