Virtual Multicultural Youth Conference

Multicultural Youth Conference 2021

Due to COVID 19, we will be hosting our 26th Annual Multicultural Youth Conference virtually this year. The conference will be open only to 10th through 12th-grade high school students in the Ogden, Weber, Davis school districts. We hope to host 9th graders next year in-person.


Multicultural Youth Conference

  1. Follow our TikTok page: @weber_state_myc

  2. If you are a high school student, please use one of the following trends to make a video:

    1. A tik tok using the theme Temperature - sean paul

    2. A tik tok using the trend how it started vs how it's going to describe your school year

  3. Tag @weber_state_myc in the video and use these hashtags: #WSUMYC #multiculturalyouthconference

  4. Get the most likes and win WSU prizes! *Tik toks must be appropriate

Grow Through What You Go Through!

Registration opens Nov. 1, 2021
Weber State University
26th Annual Multicultural Youth Conference
Virtual Event via ZOOM
Tuesday, Dec. 14, 2021
8:30 - 11:20 a.m.

REGISTER (Google Form)

Students and parents/educators will need to register by November 26 to be guaranteed a t-shirt.
After that, you can still register until December 10, but won't be guaranteed a t-shirt.
Final Registration Deadline: Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2021


About the MYC:

“ WSU's Multicultural Youth Conference includes 9th through 12th grade students from Northern Utah and beyond. Students participate in ethnic/cultural identity breakout sessions, expand their view of the world and community, learn about career and community opportunities through higher education and how to access higher education. A keynote speaker each year kicks off the conference, sending students off with a renewed sense of their dream and how Weber State University can help them achieve it. 


collage of those who attended the MYC

More images of students and speakers who attended the Multicultural Youth Conference.


  • Highlight ethnic and cultural awareness through positive
  • Give students the possibility to understand that educational achievement is possible.
  • Offer higher education (WSU) as a way to achieve their goals and academic aspirations.
  • Explain and facilitate admissions/scholarship process for juniors and seniors.
  • Present options and opportunities available to finance graduating from college.
  • Value the students' individual cultural expressions.
  • Promote a diverse body.


Image of volunteers at the MYC


Volunteers are always needed at the Multicultural Youth Conference. If you are interested in volunteering this year, please continue below for further inquiries.



For more information on the MYC, contact:

Rebecca Tierney

College Access & First-Year Transitions

PHONE: 801-626-7369
OFFICE: Student Services 150E