Student Diversity Leadership Conference (SDLC)
Georgetown Day School is proud and dedicated to send a number of students to NAIS’ Student Diversity Leadership Conference (SDLC) each year, which correlates to our school’s deep commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Social Justice. The Student Diversity Leadership Conference (SDLC) is an inclusive, multiracial, multicultural gathering of upper school student leaders from around the country. SDLC focuses on self-reflection, allyship, and community building. Led by a diverse team of trained adult and peer facilitators, participants will develop an appreciation of their own identities, build effective cross-cultural communication skills, better understand the nature and development of effective strategies for social justice, and practice expression through the arts, while networking with their peers.
Baltimore Student Diversity Leadership Conference
The Baltimore Student Diversity Leadership Conference develops high school student leaders in the areas of diversity, inclusion, equity, and justice. This grassroots conference has existed for over twenty years under the dedicated leadership of teachers and students who are a part of the Association of Independent Maryland & DC Schools (AIMS).
Global Issues Network Conference
The Global Issues Network Conference brings together high school students from around the country to learn about, discuss, and come up with sustainable solutions to global issues such as climate change and social justice issues. Conference activities include student-led presentations, keynote speakers from major multilateral organizations, companies, embassies, and NGOs, and breakout sessions. The conference aims to empower students to effect large-scale changes in their communities, as well as encourage them to get involved with local and global NGOs and organizations.
St. Alban’s Gender & Sexuality Awareness (GSA) Summit
The St. Alban’s Gender & Sexuality Awareness (GSA) Summit for area independent schools features student-run workshops, opportunities for in-depth discussions among area GSA members and faculty, and opportunities to hear from leaders in the LGBT community.