2014 Latino Education Access and Development Conference
Saturday, October 4, 2014 from 9:00 AM to 3:30 PM (PDT)
La Verne, CA
Arming Latino families in Southern California with the knowledge and resources to make college a reality, the University of La Verne will present the third annual “Latino Education Access and Development Conference” (LEAD). This event is free of charge and open to college, high school and middle school students, parents and educators.
More information: http://laverne.edu/advancement/lead/
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Where can I get more information about the LEAD Conference?
To view details about speakers and past LEAD conferences please visit the LEAD webpage.
How much does this event cost?
This event is free and open to the public.
Where do I check in on the day of the LEAD Conference?
Please check in at the Sara and Michael Abraham Campus Center by 9am.
How do I get to the Sara and Michael Abraham Campus Center at the University of La Verne?
Directions to the University of La Verne's Campus Center can be found here.
What are my parking options for this event?
Vehicles may park on any of the University of La Verne Parking lots. No permit is necessary for parking on the weekends. To view a map of the campus and locate parking lots click here. Street parking is subject to the City of La Verne's parking ordinances and regulation.
Should I bring my own lunch?
Lunch will be provided for our registered guests.
What can/can't I bring to the event?
No food or beverages are allowed inside of the Sports Science & Athletics Pavilion or the Sara and Michael Abraham Campus Center.
The University of La Verne offers a distinctive and relevant educational experience to a diverse population of traditional-age, adult, and graduate learners preparing them for successful careers and a commitment to life-long learning across the liberal arts and professional programs.
The University affirms a value system that actively supports peace with justice, respect of individuals and humanity and the health of the planet and its people. Students are reflective about personal, professional, and societal values that support professional and social responsibility.
The University supports a diverse and inclusive environment where students recognize and benefit from the life experiences and viewpoints of other students, faculty and staff.
The University promotes intellectual curiosity and the importance of lifelong learning. It teaches students how to learn, to think critically, to be capable of original research, and to access and integrate information to prepare them for continued personal and professional growth.
The University asserts a commitment to improving and enhancing local, regional and global communities.
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