Young Women Leaders’ Youth Leadership Conference

Take a chance and join Young Women Leaders at Central High School in Morgan Hill, March 9th, 2024, 9 am – 2 pm.

This spring, YWL will be hosting workshops on leadership, women’s rights, climate activism and more. This conference is intended for girls in 8th to 12th grades. Pre-registration is required. Registration is FREE!

What is it?: A series of engaging workshops made by and for young women to educate and inspire. There will be experts who are able to share their journeys and personal insight. We will also include a self-defense class and a raffle to give away amazing prizes.

Who’s Invited?: All 8th-12th grade women and their allies are welcome.

Why Participate?: Develop skills such as leadership that will help you in your future and to learn how to advocate for important issues. Find and socialize with other young women who want to make change to our community.

How do I attend/What does it cost?: Registration is required. Registration is FREE! Signup at eventbrite.

Please contact ywl@aauwmh.org with any questions or to apply for a scholarship to cover registration costs.

This event is generously sponsored by the American Association of University Women, Morgan Hill branch, Santa Clara County Commission on the Status of Women, by the Silicon Valley Clean Energy (SVCE) Fund, and by the Morgan Hill Centennial Recreation Center.






2023 Young Women Leaders Leadership Team. The Young Women Leaders Committee is a group of dedicated, inspiring high school and college women who are passionate about serving the young girls in our community by equipping them with key leadership skills.

Every year, we host an annual conference open to rising high school students and older. Professionals of various fields present at workshops and as keynote speakers. Attendees gain valuable information about how to best advocate for themselves. Recently, we have focused on finding ways to inform others about combating climate change and how to do our part.

Young Women Leaders are sponsored and mentored by the Morgan Hill branch of the American Association of University Women (AAUW)