The Next Step
Intercultural Programs at Westmont College will host its fifth annual “The Next Step” workshop focused on racial identity over the Martin Luther King Jr weekend.
The goal of this interactive workshop is to bring students together to engage in reflection, dialogue, and initiative around issues of multicultural and racial identity as a community. Students are invited to participate in this workshop to engage in this intercultural/cross cultural dialogue. This is a FREE workshop, simply register ahead of time.
NOTE: This is taking place over the three day MLK weekend. Please plan accordingly as you consider your schedule and register for this Saturday, one-day workshop.
(We also will be meeting for dinner on campus the day before the workshop, Friday, 1/13. This is not required but is encouraged for all participants)
WHO: Anyone from the Westmont Community (registration required, limited space available)
WHAT: A one-day workshop on racial identity
WHERE: Westmont College (Page Multipurpose Room)
WHEN: Saturday, January 14th 2017 (MLK Weekend) from 9:30am-3:30pm
WHY: Continue the dialogue on race as a community
HOW: Complete and submit the online registration (only takes 5-10 minutes)
REGISTRATION Process and Timeline:
Registration is FULL. If you'd like to be considered to attend you may fill out this form and be entered onto a WAITLIST.
If you have questions or would like to inquire about attending if spots open up feel free to email ICP Director Jason Cha: firstname.lastname@example.org
Group shot form the fourth The Next Step (Jan 2016)
Group shot from the third The Next Step (Jan 2015)
Group shot from the second The Next Step (Jan 2014)
Group shot from the first annual The Next Step (Jan 2013)