Midwest Bridging Equity: Creating Innovative Spaces for K-12 and Higher Education Conference
Register today for this unique experience.
The illustrious Oakland Community College (OCC) in beautiful Auburn Hills, Michigan will be the meeting place of the inaugural Midwestern DEI Conference on Bridging Equity: Creating Innovative Spaces for K-12 and Higher Education on Friday, October 27, 2023.
This is a transdisciplinary meeting of teachers, administrators and faculty members, spanning educational settings from grades K-12, two-year community colleges, and four-year colleges and universities. The uniqueness of this event is key, as each of the aforementioned educational settings typically operates within its own separate sphere of influence. Rarely is there an opportunity to share best practices in the delivery of student services. The novel nature of educators, regardless of the educational setting, gathering to share cutting-edge pedagogical strategies is not only a rare occurrence but is potentially vital in the evolving landscape of meeting student needs. Participants will receive certificates of attendance for 8 hours. State Continuing Education Clock Hours (SCECHs) will be awarded through the Michigan Counseling Association.
The cost of the conference is $175, which includes:
- Access to all sessions and associated resources
- Continental breakfast
- Priceless ability to network with newly discovered professional colleagues and friends
Space is limited so register soon.