Pacific Northwest Collegiate Leadership Conference Sept. 30
Department: Division of Student Affairs
Join us for a full day of leadership growth and networking at the 2017 Pacific Northwest Collegiate Leadership Conference (PNWCLC) on Saturday, Sept. 30. With more than 500 regional student leaders in attendance, this is the largest student leadership conference in the region.
Attendees can choose from more than 35 workshops covering topics to improve individual and on-campus leadership skills. The PNWCLC is open to all students in the region and is free for Washington State University students on the Pullman campus. Tickets are $15 for WSU students on the Spokane, Tri-Cities, Vancouver and Everett campuses, and $25 for non-WSU students. Registration includes lunch and giveaways throughout the day.
Students can register online through Cougsync until Sept. 22. This year’s keynote speaker, spoken word poet Rudy Francisco, is the 2010 Individual World Poetry Slam Champion. His work promotes healthy dialogue, discourse and social change. Francisco will explore the meaning of generation activism through social critique, introspection, honesty and humor.
For more information, visit https://studentinvolvement.wsu.edu/leadership/pnw-collegiate-leadership-conference/.