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Step 1: Register Yourself

The first step in registering on the site is to make sure you and each of your youth have their own e-mail address (required for security purposes). Each person needs their own unique e-mail address. See more at Obtaining E-mail Accounts.

Also, if you think you may've registered on the site, but aren't sure, go to See If I'm Registered and enter your e-mail address.

To register yourself, you will need to:

  1. Complete the Adult Registration. Be sure to fill out all required fields and to create a secure password that adheres to our password requirements.
  2. Confirm your registration via e-mail. Check your e-mail for a message from youthhood@umn.edu with the subject line Youthhood Registration Confirmation. Follow the instructions in the e-mail to confirm your registration. You will have 4 days or 96 hours from the time that you submit the registration form to confirm your registration. If you do not confirm within this time period, you will need to re-register. You will not be able to log in to the site until you confirm your registration.

Once you've completed your registration process, you are then ready for Step 2: Create a Group.

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