In its eleventh year, the conference offers personal growth and leadership skill development to college students of color and underrepresented students through workshops, keynote addresses and programs. It also offers students a forum to connect with peers from colleges and universities across the region. Advisors, faculty and staff who work with student leaders can network and share ideas and strategies. The theme is Social Justice, Activism and Advocacy. Keynotes and workshops will focus on emergent strategies of advocacy, dialogue around beliefs and sacrifice, current social and political events.
The University of Minnesota School of Public Health will have a table for the duration of the grad fair. Please stop by and connect with us!