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LEAD Latina/o Empowerment at De Anza

9th Annual LEAD Global Issues Conference 2016

This annual event provides an opportunity for more than 400 individual students to share their research and ideas. In line with De Anza’s institutional core competencies, today is an opportunity for students to recognize their role as local, national and global citizens.

We hope that our workshops present you with an opportunity to participate in the democratic process, practice respect for social and cultural diversity, appreciate the complexity of the physical world, and understand the significance of environmental sustainability andLEAD member at conference social justice.

THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 2016
9:30 A.M.– 3:30 P.M.
HINSON CAMPUS CENTER

Conference room A:
Interactive Games and resources all day

Conference room B:
Featured Speakers

Santa Cruz Room, El Clemente Room, Don Bautista Room, Meeting room 222:
Workshops

 

Join us for a day of guest speakers and workshops! See schedule here.

WHY ATTEND?

In line with De Anza’s institutional core competencies, today is an opportunity for students to recognize their role as local, national and global citizens.

We hope that our workshops present you with an opportunity for the following:

  • Participate in the democratic process
  • Practice respect for social and cultural diversity
  • Appreciate the complexity of the physical world
  • Understand the significance of environmental sustainability and social justice

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

All campus and community members are invited. No registration required.

 

 

 



LEAD
Building: Multi-Cultural Center (MCC)

Contact: Chesa Caparas
408.864.8540

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Last Updated: 2/24/17