Out of an abundance of caution due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Summit was originally scheduled for September 12 – 13 and is now scheduled for January 31, 2021. Read the full statement
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Congressman Dan Crenshaw’s Houston Youth Summit is BACK!
Mark your calendars for Sunday, January 31 in Houston, TX.

Last year nearly 2,000 students joined us. The Houston Youth Summit is an exciting opportunity for students to hear from a variety of speakers about politics, public service, entrepreneurship and more. This year we’ve added even more speakers to our lineup.

Attendees will hear from Congressman Crenshaw, Ben Shapiro, Megyn Kelly, Elisha Krauss, and Black Rifle Coffee’s Mat Best, Evan Hafer, & Jarred Taylor. More amazing speakers to be announced soon!

With COVID-19 in mind, we are preparing for this event to potentially go virtual. A decision will be made closer to the event with guidance from healthcare experts and our venue.

The application page is now LIVE. You will be contacted by Team Crenshaw if accepted to complete your registration and reserve your spot. Space is limited, and priority will be given to Houston-based students, BUT applications from ALL over are encouraged!

Spots are limited - Don't wait to submit your application!
*THIS EVENT IS ONLY OPEN TO HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS AND COLLEGE STUDENTS. IN THE FUTURE, ADDITIONAL EXCEPTIONS MAY BE MADE.*
Get in touch: youthsummit@crenshawforcongress.com
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Spots are limited - don't wait to submit your application!
*This event is only open to high school students and college students. In the future, additional exceptions may be made.*
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