AFAM - Hispanic - Bi-Racial  

Male High School Student

Diversity Conference 

November, 8  2017  8am to 2pm

Louisville, KY

Additional Info

The Bowles Center for Diversity Outreach, Inc. will host the African American, Male, Hispanic Male and Bi-Racial Male High Student Leadership Conference will be held on Wednesday, November 8, 2017 at the Crown Plaza Hotel, which is located at 830 Phillips Lane in Louisville, Kentucky.  We are expecting a significant number of African American, Hispanic and Bi-Racial Male High School Students to attend the conference.  The conference will begin at 8:00 a.m. and conclude at 2:00 p.m. We are asking high school principals to register students to attend the conference.  


The conference will offer an excellent opportunity for educational, cultural, social, leadership development and training to all of those in attendance.  The conference will focus on reducing barriers to leaning and empower African American Male and Hispanic Male Students be successful in their education pursuits, in career and life. The conference will include state and regionally recognized education speakers, Kentucky Department of Education, and Kentucky Council on Post-Secondary Education, School administrators, Business and Corporate Leaders, Civic and Community Leaders from Indiana, Kentucky & Ohio.     

    

Workshops Topics Include:

Preparing for the Future Workforce / Improving Graduation Rates

Cultural Empowerment / Overcoming Obstacles   

Breaking Down Cultural Barriers / The Importance of College Readiness   

Strategies to Live Healthier Lives / Character, Behavior and Goal Setting  

Strategies to Improve Academic Success / Strategies to Improve Behavior in Schools

Why Character and Integrity Counts / Overcoming Drug, Thugs and Negative Influences

The Importance of Setting Goals / Challenges Facing AA & Hispanic Males          

The Black & Hispanic Male Past, Present and Future

Eliminating Stereotypes and Misconceptions of Males

In addition, you will not want to miss the Diversity Educator Awareness Luncheon on Wednesday. We are confident that the African American, Hispanic and Bi-Racial Male High School Conference will be informative, educational and enjoyable and that all students will leave energized and empowered improve their quality of life and focus on setting high goals while achieving success.  We are asking High Schools to register students to attend the conference.  We look forward to your participation.  Please do not hesitate to make your reservations today.  The only thing that could be missing from this historical event is you…

 

Thank you in advance for your attendance and continued support.