Save the Date for 2 Great Events: Youth in Action Capitol Day & the TNOYS Conference!


It’s a busy time at TNOYS as we plan two upcoming events, our Youth in Action Capitol Day and 32nd Annual TNOYS Conference.  Here’s more information on how to get involved:

Youth in Action Capitol Day
Save the Date: March 27, 2015

Youth in Action is a TNOYS program that provides teens with opportunities to learn about the policy making process and discover how they can influence decision-makers. Every two years, youth groups come together at the State Capitol to participate in the legislative process. More than 300 youth and adults, representing cities and regions from across the state, typically participate in Youth in Action Capitol Day. We are looking forward to another great event in 2015! To RSVP, please complete the form below.

32nd Annual TNOYS Conference 
Save the Date: August 11-14, 2015
San Antonio, Texas

Mark your calendar to join us for the 32nd Annual TNOYS Conference. We are excited to host this event again this year in San Antonio. Stay tuned for upcoming announcements on exhibitor opportunities, speaker opportunities and registration. While you’re waiting, we have added a FAQ section on our website with some helpful information. If you have addition questions, please contact us at

We hope to see you at both of these great TNOYS events!

2 Responses to “Save the Date for 2 Great Events: Youth in Action Capitol Day & the TNOYS Conference!”

  1. Luis F. Gonzalez

    My county will only pay for me to go to conferences if they are geared for juvenile probation officers. If you could please include law professionals in your targeted audience it would allow for me to attend these conferences.

    • Sondra Lehmann

      Thank you for your message, Luis, and your interest in our event. Yes, we would definitely welcome you and others in juvenile probation. I have updated our website to include a list of our audience and made sure to include law professionals. We look forward to seeing you at our event.


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