Registration for our 2014 Wyoming Class will open September 1, 2013!
Four Day Class: (ages 13-19)
February 11-14, 2013
Mon: 1pm - 5pm
Tue - Thu: 8:45am - 3pm
First Time Students: $230
Returning Students: $190
Host housing may be available
Please contact your State Coordinator
Class Director: Maury Goode
Political Communication Workshop: (ages 13-19)
February 15, 2013
10am - 4pm
($40 with 4-Day Class Purchase)
One Day Class: (ages 8-12)
February 15, 2013
10am - 4pm
First Child: $40
Announcing: Wyoming Four-Day Scholarships
Due to a generous donation, we are offering $60 scholarships to the first 30 Wyoming 4-Day students who register for the class. Make sure to take advantage of this offer and other available discounts by registering today! You can sign up by clicking the “Register for Wyoming” link above. When you register, please pay only your $60 deposit (required with registration). We will apply your scholarship and notify you. After that, you may pay your balance.
Where to Meet
The Four Day Class will meet in the Herschler Building, Room 1699. Please arrive by 12:45pm on Monday.
The Political Communication Workshop will meet in the Hathaway Building, Room B24. Please arrive by 9:45am on Friday.
The One Day Class will in the Herschler Building, Room 1699. Please arrive by 9:45am on Friday.
What to Bring
To the Capitol:
- Your completed homework with your name on each page
- Lunch money ($6 per lunch – please bring cash to registration) or bring your own sack lunch
- A Bible, notebook and pen
- Please review our dress code before attending the class
What NOT to Bring:
- Any sort of knife or firearm
- CD players, iPods etc.
Parking & Directions
Parking space near the Capitol is quite limited during legislative sessions. There is no public parking lot within close walking distance. The parking lot to the West of the Capitol and the underground parking lot at the Herschler building are reserved for legislators, legislative staff and state employees. Limited parking spaces are available on side streets around the Capitol but note that many of these spaces are metered or are restricted to time limited parking.
If you are not able to find a parking spot on the street, there are some businesses near the capitol that do not have time restrictions on their parking lots.
Some host homes are available for out-of-town students this year. If you are in need of a host home, please contact GraceAnn Westfahl at email@example.com
While we love everyone that has attended Wyoming TeenPact in the past, we ask that you please do not come and sit in on the class during the week if you are not a paying student or a parent/guardian of a paying student. Our goal at TeenPact is to create a distraction-free environment where each person can have a full and rewarding experience. Thank you for understanding.