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Latino Network Student Leadership Conference 2020

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Riverside County Office of Education

3958 12th Street

Riverside, CA 92501

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Empower Yourself, Empower your Community!

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This one-day conference will bring together students from Riverside and surrounding areas to promote higher education, political equality, and professional development. The conference theme, “Education & Political Equality: Exercising your Rights” will provide tools and strategies to overcome institutional and personal barriers impeding the professional success of underrepresented students as they transition into institutions of higher education. This conference is intended for young adults ages 16-25. To learn more about our keynote speaker, visit her website at City Councilwoman, Gabriela Placencia.

For questions, please contact event organizer Gabriela Ramirez at gabriela.ramirez@riversidelatinonetwork.org

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Qualifications:

  • Minimum 2.5 GPA
  • 12th Grade High School Student or College Student

Requirements:

  • Proof of participation in one of our programs.
  • Uplaod a copy of your transcript.
  • Winners need to be present at the Student Leadership Conference Saturday, April 25, 2020 to receive the award.

Deadline to submit application Friday, April 3, 2020

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Workshop Proposals:

The Latina Network Leadership Conference committee is calling for workshop proposals. This year’s conference will consists of two strands: College Strand and a Pre-College Strand. We are looking for workshop topics that fit with our theme: Education & Political Equality: Exercising your Rights!

Workshops should center on these general topics:

Financial Literacy & Financial Aid, 2) Resume & Cover Letter Building , 3) Time Management, Study Skills, Goal Setting, 4) Career Success & Personal Power, 5) Examining Decision Making, 6) Leadership Development (skills development and/or philosophy, 7) Diversity Appreciation/Equity in the 21st Century , 8) CTE Programs & Short Careers, 9) Civic Engagement: Advocacy and being involved locally and federally, 10) Leveraging Mentors & Coaches (building a strong support network), 11) General Differences in the Workplace

Deadline to submit proposals is Monday, April 3, 2020

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3958 12th Street

Riverside, CA 92501

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