Attend a conference and enjoy the opportunity to travel, meet leaders in the field and network! Here is a short list of conferences our students have attended:
- National Association for Campus Activities (NACA) – NACA offers student leaders different opportunities for professional development, networking, fresh programming ideas and great entertainment!
- National Black Student Leadership Conference – Sponsored by the Williams Leadership Education Foundation, committed to providing pathways to leadership development for college students and impacting their success in a multi-dimensional environment.
- Budget Matters – Sponsored by the Washington State Budget and Policy Center, this conference gives students a fast track into providing input into policy issues at the state level.
- Council of Unions and Student Programs (CUSP) – Student programs complement academics and embrace the overall educational experience through participation in cultural, intellectual, social, community service and leadership development activities.
- Citizen University – Citizen University believes citizenship is about showing up for community and country and we believe anyone can be a great citizen.
- National Conference for College Women Student Leaders – This conference prepares nearly 1000 women from around the world to be the next generation of leaders.
- Students of Color Conference – The SOCC supports Washington State students of color in becoming more active proponents of their own education and life choices, and expands the opportunities and possibilities for students to become agents of change
- United States Hispanic Leadership Institute – The USHLI has developed into one of the most powerful internationally recognized Latino organizations by organizing and conducting nonpartisan voter registration and leadership development programs in 40 states.
- National Power of One Conference – The NASPA (National Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education) LGBTQA leadership conference invites students to educate and learn about intersecting identities while promoting social justice.
Last Updated April 15, 2020