5 Reasons to Attend the Leadership and Diversity Summit

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Five Reasons to Attend the Summit

Five Reasons to Attend the Summit

1. Increased self-confidence

Strengthening your skill levels and sharing ideas with peers and community leaders will build your confidence about what you can do in the future.

2. An opportunity to network

The total summit experience will give you ample opportunity to interact both informally and in discussions of significant issues.

3. An edge in the competitive job market

The summit serves as a training ground encouraging campus leadership experiences, which in turn build essential qualities for effectiveness in the marketplace.

4. Enhance your resume

Attending the summit and adding it to your resume lets an employer know you have a commitment to investing time and energy in developing important personal and leadership skills.

5. Increased leadership skills, personal and professional potential

Professionals in the fields of business, education, administration, political science, and psychology conduct workshops which make you part of the learning process.

Information:

Saturday, February 18, 2012

Parma Payne Goodall Alumni Center
The Office of Intercultural Relations and the Student Life & Leadership Office invite students, faculty, and staff to a conference with a joint focus on leadership and diversity in today’s world.
This is a wonderful opportunity for student leaders and students who would like to develop their leadership skills for future endeavors.
The theme is “Differences Affirmed” Making an Impact in Our Global Community.”


Workshops and presentations will focus on:
  • Making a Difference in Today’s World
  • Skills Wanted! Tools for Student Leaders
  • Creating Change and Impact
  • Ethics and Values
  • Current Diversity Trends and Issues
Early Bird price: $25.00 (ends on 1/27/2012)Regular price: $30.00 (starts on 1/28/2012)
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