The Center for Black Culture's did a great job with the event. I loved the decorations, the student involvement, staff involvement and my whole experience leading up to and even going into the the event. Unfortunately did not enjoy how unwelcoming the guest speaker, Jasmine Guy was to some of her guests. On stage she appeared to very humble but off stage very unapproachable and cold.
However, it didn't stop me from feeling grateful and thankful to our University and The Center for Black Culture's for allowing such a wonderful opportunity to take place, Maybe next time we can select someone like Common very active in our culture with activism, charities,topics that deals with racial divide and is a motivator and provides encouragement for adults and youth of all ages across cultures. Thank you for having us and God Bless You All.
He was an amazing motivational speaker. No Kids In Prison campaign that was shown in the video was great to hear about. I'm ready to learn about solutions and ways I can take action to help end youth incarceration and invest in youth programs.
The Multi-Ethnic career conference was an outstanding event. It flowed perfectly, there were no problems, and I learned a lot. The keynote was great and I learned a lot in the workshop about networking, interviewing, dress, and resumes. The only complaint that I have is the career fair had very little opportunities for COMM majors. I would like to see more PR firm, television station, and radio station representatives. Also a personal interest of mine is working in the more corporate side of professional sports. So maybe in the future Career services can see if they can get different representatives at the fair other than the usual J.P Morgan, Du Pont, etc. Awesome event thought.