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2nd Annual CMASS Symposium 2011

Conferences: The Hidden Treasure of your College Experience

Keynote Speaker
Sixcia Devine, click to know more

Workshop description:
What You Need to Know about Applying
Learn how to prepare for the application process: the interview, application, financial resources, expectations and general attendance of a leadership conference.

Showcasing What They Know
Students who have attended a CMASS underwritten conference during 2010-2011 will discuss their experiences and what they gained from attending a leadership conference. Conferences underwritten include:

National Black Student Leadership Conference

US Hispanic Leadership Institute

East Coast Asian American Student Union

Millennium Leadership Conference

Harvard Biomedical Science Careers

Women's Leadership Conference

Native People Symposium

Bidding to Host a Conference
This is your chance to learn just how it's done and what goes into hosting a conference. A panel of students & professionals that have been through the process will share their knowledge.

Saturday, October 1, 2011
1 PM-7 PM, Isenberg School of Management

1:00pm - 1:25pm Registration
1:30pm - 1:40pm Welcome
1:45pm - 2:15pm Sixcia Devine, Keynote Speaker
2:30am - 3:30pm What You Need to Know About Applying
3:45pm - 4:45pm Optional Session II
5:00pm - 7:00pm Etiquette Dinner-Commonwealth Room, Campus Center Room 101

***All symposium attendees will receive five points on their conference application should they choose to apply to the Circle of Change conference ( CMASS is sponsoring in October!

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Krysten Lobisch

Circle of Change Conference 2011, California

We are endorsing Circle of Chance 2011 in California. If you are interested, please submit your application to Wilma Crespa over at Wilder Hall, Student Development.