The 13th Annual Student Leadership Conference
Date: Friday, March 21, 2014
Location: University of Michigan-Flint UCEN Register Below!
The Office of Educational Opportunity Initiatives, Access to College and Careers with Excellence through Student Services (ACCESS) Program at the University of Michigan-Flint is proud to promote our Thirteen Annual Student Leadership Conference which takes place on Friday, March 21st, 2014 from 8:00 am-2:00pm at the University of Michigan-Flint. This year’s conference theme is entitled “Moving from Passion to Action,” and will feature workshops offered in the areas of leadership, social justice and civic engagement.All conference related activities will be held on UM-Flint’s beautiful riverfront campus in downtown Flint, Michigan in the Harding Mott University Center Building. We would like to invite you and students from all organizations to share in this wonderful experience. This event is free for everyone.
For the past 13 years, this conference attracts students from all arenas of campus. Each year, the conference brings in dynamic speakers and presenters from across the nation to speak about issues in post-secondary education, leadership, business/careers, civic engagement and activism. Speakers include activists, politicians, professors, and student organizers. The conference involves student government, multi-cultural centers, student clubs & organizations, residence life, and Greek life as well as advisers and graduate students.
The target audience for our conference is college students; club Advisors, Select Pre-College Student Leaders and community members. The conference attracts a diverse group of leaders from the UM-Flint campus and surrounding community. In addition, UM-Flint alumni, and University partners are encouraged to attend.
The Student Leadership Conference Offers over 15 workshops to choose from, focus areas will be:
Informative and Interactive discussions
Networking Opportunities with peers, faculty and community member
And so much more !!
For more information contact the ACCESS Program at (810) 766.6730