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EMBODI 2018…

SPC is the site of a male empowerment and positive self-image event, the seventh Empowering Males to Build Opportunities for Developing Independence conference May 5...
EMBODI: Men of Color Conference

EMBODI 2018

A DAY OF EMPOWERMENT:

St. Philip’s College is the site of a male empowerment and positive self-image event, the seventh Empowering Males to Build Opportunities for Developing Independence conference May 5 in the Heritage Room of the college’s Campus Center building at 1801 Martin Luther King Drive in the city’s Denver Heights neighborhood (building marked as "12" on the interactive maphttp://alamo.edu/spc/imap-MLK/).

The free conference is traditionally held at St. Philip’s College in collaboration with planning team members that include Northeast Lakeview College and members of the San Antonio chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., a national service organization of predominately African-American, college-educated women. The San Antonio chapter of the sorority was established in 1933, and EMBODI is one of the organization’s signature service programs. Online registration is required to attend the sessions on minority male empowerment and positive self-image for students of all ages.

EMBODI guests attend for a full day of information that will help them to become productive members in their diverse communities. Visitors are traditionally encouraged to ask post-information session questions of panelists for additional guidance, in order to take what they have learned and implement it into their daily lives to help shape their futures.

The day consists of scholarship presentations, a panel presentation, breakout sessions and a keynote address from a guest speaker. The organizing team also seeks men to give back by guiding the students from one session to the next, helping in the breakout sessions and providing overall support and guidance to the participants. Past participants have included corporate business and government executives.

For all EMBODI conference customer assistance, contact Dr. Debbie Hamilton at dhamilton@alamo.edu.

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