Save the Date! The 2018 Colorado State University High School Diversity Conference will be held on Wednesday, April 4.
Do you have high school students interested in learning about diversity and social justice as it pertains to their individual identities and institutionally? Are your students interested in exploring the definition of diversity and what it means to be inclusive? If so…
We invite you and your Colorado high school students to participate in the 2018 High School Diversity Conference. This conference is designed to highlight the topic of diversity through experiential learning and innovative practices. The High School Diversity Conference will take place on Wednesday, April 4th, 2018 at the Lory Student Center on CSU’s Fort Collins Campus. The goal of this event is to provide high school students with a safe environment to challenge stereotypes and biases; develop an appreciation and understanding of diversity; and empower individuals and organizations to build vibrant, diverse and inclusive environments.
Each year a variety of sessions are held to explore issues surrounding race, socioeconomic status, gender, physical abilities, religion, national origin, and sexual orientation.The sessions are designed to develop and enhance diversity, awareness, knowledge, and leadership skills for students in the 9th through 12th grades. So, bring forth the young minds of Colorado and give them the opportunity to further educate themselves on the constantly changing demographics of the world.