The Russian-Speaking Youth Leadership Conference




БЕЗОПАСНО ИЗБАВЛЯЙТЕСЬ ОТ НЕНУЖНЫХ ЛЕКАРСТВ

Правительство штата Орегон объявило о новой программе, открывающей перед жителями нашего штата возможность безопасно избавляться от ненужных медикаментов. Этой программой предусмотрены пункты, в которых люди могут сдавать ненужные медикаменты вместо того, чтобы их выбрасывать.

Штат Орегон хотел бы знать, в чем, по вашему мнению, заключается самый простой способ безопасной сдачи ненужных медикаментов. Пожалуйста, заполните этот краткий опросник.

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The state of Oregon has a new program to make sure people have ways to get rid of unwanted medicines safely.  The program gives people places to turn in unwanted medicines rather than throw them away or flush them. This program is called the Drug Take Back Program.

The state would like to know what the easiest way would be for you to turn in your unwanted medicines safely.  Please fill out this short survey if you live in Oregon.

24th Annual – Wednesday, April 29, 2020
at Clackamas Community College – canceled because of the COVID-19

The theme for the 2020 year’s conference is:

“We are World Citizens”
“Мы- граждане мира”

23rd Annual – Thursday, April 25, 2019 
at Clackamas Community College

The theme for the 2019 year’s conference is:

“We Are The Future”
“Мы – это будущее”

22nd Annual – Thursday, April 26, 2018
at Clackamas Community College

The theme for the 2018 year’s conference is:

“Our Culture, Our Legacy: Combining Our Voices”
“Наше культурное наследие. Объединим наши голоса”


21st Annual – Thursday, April 27, 2017
at Clackamas Community College

The theme for the 2017 year’s conference is:

“We All Share The Environment. Lets Show We Care”
“Окружающая среда в которой мы живем, заботимся и бережем”


20th Annual – April 21, 2016
at Clackamas Community College

The theme for the 2016 year’s conference is:

“A World of Opportunities”
“Мир Возможностей”

2016 RSYLC Planning Committee Meetings Dates:

  • Thursday, January 21th from 3:30-5:00pm Where: Campbell Administrative Office

*Clackamas Community College (19600 Molalla Ave. Oregon City, OR 97045)
**Campbell Administrative Office (11326 SE 47th Ave. Milwaukie, OR 97222)


19th Annual – May 5, 2015
at Clackamas Community College

The theme for this year’s conference is:

“Building Something Great Together”
“Созидаем прекрасное вместе”

2015 RSYLC Planning Committee Meetings Dates:

  • Tuesday, January 20th from 3:30-5:00pm at Rice school**, room 5
  • Tuesday, February 17th from 3:30-5:00pm at Rice school, room 5
  • Tuesday, March 17th from 3:30-5:00pm at Rice school, room 5
  • Tuesday, April 7th from 3:30-5:00pm at Rice school, room 5
  • Tuesday, April 21st from 3:30-5:00pm at Rice school, room 5
  • Monday, May 4th from 3:00-6:00pm at Clackamas Community College*

*Clackamas Community College (19600 Molalla Ave. Oregon City, OR 97045)
** Rice School (6433 NE Tillamook St., Portland, OR 97213)


18th Annual – Арril 29, 2014
at Clackamas Community College

The theme for this year’s conference is:

“Believe and Achieve!”
“Вера в себя-путь к успеху!”


17th Annual – Thursday, May 2nd, 2013
at Clackamas Community College

The theme for this year’s conference is:

“Лидерами не рождаются, лидерами становятся!”
“No one is born a leader, you become one!”


Sixteenth Annual – April 27th, 2012
at Clackamas Community College

The theme for this year’s conference is

“Курс на успех”
“Navigating to success”


Fifteenth Annual – May 3rd, 2011
at Concordia University

The theme for this year’s conference is: 

“Take a Stand and Speak Out”
“Отстаивай свои принципы!”


Fourteenth Annual – May 3rd, 2010
at Concordia University

2010 Annual Russian-Speaking Youth Leadership Conference is committed to addressing the concerns and needs of Russian-Speaking students and to helping each student reach his/her fullest potential. The purpose of this conference is to promote youth leadership within the Russian-Speaking community in Oregon and SW Washington. Conference themes include leadership and career development, cultural heritage, staying in school and after school activities.
Over the last fourteen years the conference served an instrumental role in bringing the Russian-speaking youth together to discuss challenges and develop meaningful opportunities and ways to address them on the community-wide level via youth, parent, school and other community involvement. Past participants have included high school students from Portland Public Schools, Centennial, David Douglas, Parkrose, Gresham, Milwaukie, Silverfalls, Woodburn, Beaverton, Vancouver, Washington, Salem, and other school districts. This year we expect at least 400 young people and guests from various parts of Oregon and SW Washington to participate in the event.

The conference is endorsed by the Portland Public Schools, Concordia University, City of Portland, Multnomah County, Slavic Youth of America, Impact Northwest, IRCO, AT&T, and other community and business partners.

A full 2010 program PDF is available here. (14mb)


Thirteenth Annual – May 5th, 2009
at Concordia University

For the past twelve years Russian-speaking students from many Oregon schools have come together for this meaningful and memorable event. The conference began in 1997 with a small group of Portland Public School students. It has now grown to include schools from Multnomah, Washington, Clackamas & Marion Counties in Oregon and from Vancouver, Washington. This year there are 14 high schools represented and more than 250 student participants. This is the largest Russian-Speaking Youth Leadership Conference in the United States of America.

The conference theme this year is “Living in a Multicultural Community.” The primary goal of the conference is to show you how many career options and opportunities are possible after high school. We hope that the knowledge gained here will help you feel confident in your future life and proud of your native language and culture.

A full 2009 program PDF can be seen here. A high-quality version (38mb) is available here.