QueerCon Registration
QueerCon is a 1-day conference for LGBTQ students in the Hudson Valley. The Center is excited to team up with Woodstock Day School LGBTQ+ Club to bring you this day of community-building, leadership development, and social change.

If your GSA would like to attend but you do not have funding for transportation, consider applying for a grant from GLSEN Hudson Valley. Contact UlsterNY@chapters.glsen.org with any questions.

If you would like to take part in QueerCon, please register using this form below and you will be automatically registered. Event registration must be completed at least three (3) days prior to the event.

If you have any questions, please call the Center at 845-331-5300 or email f.brenner@lgbtqcenter.org.

Email address *
Name you would like to be called *
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Last Name *
Your answer
Date of birth *
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Your school *
Your answer
Your pronouns *
Phone Number (use format 123-456-7890) *
Your answer
Are you attending with a group? *
Some participants may not be able to attend the whole day. Which events will you participate in? *
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Do you have any dietary restrictions or allergies? *
Your answer
Do you require any accommodations? (i.e. ASL interpretation, a ramp, etc.) *
Your answer
Please list two emergency contacts.
#1. First Name *
Your answer
Last Name
Your answer
Phone Number (use format 123-456-7890) *
Your answer
Alternate Phone Number
Your answer
#2. First Name *
Your answer
Last Name
Your answer
Phone Number *
Your answer
Is your GSA planning any events for the Day of Silence? If so, please describe here. If you would like to plan a Day of Silence event, go to www.glsen.org/day-silence
Your answer
Which of the following topics are you most interested in? *
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Please review these ground rules. If you have any questions, please call Farrell at 845-331-5300 or email her at f.brenner@lgbtqcenter.org
1. What happens at the Center stays at the Center. Please respect others’ privacy.
2. No bullying, peer pressure, discrimination, or violence of any kind will be tolerated.
3. Be proud of who you are! Everybody is free to label themselves as they wish and please don't make assumptions about how others identify. Even if you don't agree, respect it.
4. Be inclusive. Don’t leave others out of conversations or activities.
5. “Don’t yuck my yum” – be respectful of what other people enjoy and their opinions.
6. Be respectful of Center property, materials, and equipment. Take only what you need.
7. Ask consent before taking pictures or posting pictures to social media.
8. Ask if it’s okay before hugging or touching another person.
9. If you want to leave the Center, you must sign out.
a. If you want to hang out outside, you need at least 1 buddy and 1 adult chaperone.
10. An adult volunteer or chaperone must be within sight at all times.
11. The library is a quiet space. Talking is okay.
12. Have fun, but please be thoughtful about how much noise you are making around others.
13. Be mindful of how public displays of affection may make others feel excluded.
14. The Center is a no-smoking space.
15. No drugs, alcohol, or weapons of any kind are allowed in the Center.
16. Messes are okay—not cleaning up is not okay.
17. Only 1 person in the bathroom at a time.
18. The doors to the library and conference room must remain open.
19. The Center reserves the right to enforce the above agreements up to and including dismissal from Center programming.
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