Multicultural Services Center Conferences
We encourage students to participate in organized activities which enhance their learning experience and equip them with skills for their future. The benefits for students attending conferences are to build community network, meet leaders within the community and abroad and learn about resources available and how to access them. The MSC sponsors students to attend Leadership Conferences throughout the school year.
22nd Annual Kitsap County Human Rights Conference
The Forgotten War: Economic and Social Justice Registration is now closed.
Friday December 7, 2012 - Kitsap Conference Center in downtown Bremerton
This yearly event is proudly sponsored by the Kitsap County Council for Human Rights and the Board of County Commissioners.
The Kitsap County Board of Commissioners formed the Kitsap County Council for Human Rights in 1989 following a cross-burning incident. The purpose and establishment of the Council was affirmed in County Resolution No. 451-1994. The Council's vision is that Kitsap County shall be a caring, supportive, and safe community which values each individual, celebrates individual differences, and recognizes the importance of each person's contribution to the community.
South Puget Sound Higher Education Diversity Partnership Institute The Economics of Injustice: Partnering for Change Register Now in the Multicultural Center BSC 117
Friday February 1st, 2013 - Pacific Lutheran University, http://www.plu.edu/dcenter/community-collaboration/spshedpi
Building on successful annual institutes that have brought together faculty, staff, students, and community partners, the South Puget Sound Higher Education Diversity Partnerships looks forward to its ninth gathering of regional institutions to share and build around issues of diversity.
Registration ends January 24th! Please call 360-475-7680, stop by BSC 117 or email Aileen Arsenio at email@example.com. Funding available for up to 5 students and transportation will be provided.
23rd Annual Students of Color Conference
"Awakening Your Inner Scholar: Legacy, Resilience, Action" April 11-13, 2013 Yakima, Wa
Sponsored by the Washington State Multicultural Students Services Directors' Council
This Conference offers a wealth of learning opportunities, resources and support. The issues we address in the conference are central to your future in higher education and our communities. We invite you to share personal, academic, and community experiences; to problem solve; to develop leadership skills; and to create campus and community action plans. As you obtain information from this conference, we hope that you will allow the information to stimulate new ideas, goals and aspirations.
Registration for the Fall and Winter Quarter students have ended and now we have a new application form for new Spring Quarter students. The form must be filled out and must be turned into the Multicultural and Student Programs Office no later than Tuesday April 9, 2013 by 3:00pm. Please call 475-7680, stop by BSC 116 or email me firstname.lastname@example.org.
We fund up to 40 students to attend the conference. You will be placed on a waitlist and immediately contacted when a spot is made available.
Note* Students previously enrolled in Fall or Winter Quarter of 2012-2013 are not eligible to apply.