Sponsored in collaboration with the Center for Student Development and the Multicultural Student Network, the Game of Life is an interactive game designed to teach lessons about discrimination in its various forms. Participation is open only to CCLC registrants and pre-registration is highly encouraged to ensure appropriate supplies are available. The Game of Life check in begins at 3:30pm on Thursday, November 1st and runs from 4pm-6pm. Late participation is not permitted for this event. For more information please contact Michelle Prudhomme-Coleman, Intercultural Services Program Coordinator, at MPrudhommColeman@twu.edu. Come with an open mind and expectation to step out of your comfort zone!
The Cultural Showcase is an opportunity for students to showcase their talents and culture through various forms of expression. Performances can be done individually or in a group and can include dancing, singing, poetry, musical instruments, interpretations, monologues, etc. The showcase will take place during the opening dinner session on Thursday, November 1st, followed by the opening keynote speaker. Performances are subject to review and can last no longer than 5 minutes. Anyone interested in participating in the showcase should contact Crescenda Ekwere, Cultural Showcase Sub-Chair, at CEkwere@twu.edu.
Vendors and Networking Fair
The Cultural Connections Leadership Conference provides business and organizations an opportunity to host a vendor space during the conference to share information and items for purchase to conference participants. Tables can be hosted during the duration of the conference on Thursday and Friday, or specifically during the Vendors and Networking Fair on Friday, November 2nd from 2:30pm-3:30pm. Anyone interested in hosting a vendor or special interest table should complete the Vender Registration Form and submit to Larisa Kliman, Vendors and Networking Sub-Chair, at LKliman@twu.edu.
Community Service Project
Community service is an opportunity to Connect Tomorrow’s Leaders - Through Service - Today. A children’s book collection drive will be taking place throughout the conference for participants to donate new and used books. ENACTUS aka SIFE students will take these books to children in need of educational resources living in San Antonio Rio Hondo, Belize during a study tour in the Spring. On Saturday, November 3rd conference participants will have the opportunity to make letters to send to the children in Belize or volunteer at a Hearts for Homes location providing no-cost home repairs to low-income elderly homeowners. Anyone interested in the projects stated above, please be sure to select yes when asked about interest in this opportunity on the registration form.
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