15th Annual Youth Empowerment Conference
Saturday, April 5, 2014 from 7:00 AM to 5:00 PM (PDT)
The 15th Annual Youth Empowerment Conference is a daylong event that includes a series of workshops on ethnic identity, education/ admissions, advocacy and enterprise, as well as a diverse and interactive student panel. We provide food and entertainment. The event serves high school students from across the nation and at all academic achievement levels. The Stanford Black Student Union and the Black Community Services Center host the event.
This unique event allows Stanford undergraduates to engage with diverse youth from across the nation. The conference’s theme “MAGIC: Making A Greater Individual Commitment” speaks to its mission of positive ethnic identity formation and investment in personal growth. Dynamic speakers, interactive workshops, and vibrant performances are all hallmarks of the conference. Students leave the conference inspired, hopeful, and committed to the cause of excellence.
Registration begins promptly at 7:00am and the program begins at 9:00am. All activities will conclude by 5:00pm.
*If you registered after the initial deadline of March, 20 2014 a conference t-shirt is not guaranteed.*
Stanford's Black Student Union is a social, cultural, and political organization primarily concerned with the continual improvement of life for Black students at Stanford. Originally founded in 1967, the BSU has been instrumental in spurring many imaginative changes in the Black community.
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