Thu, Oct 14|
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Diversity University Summit
This two-day event includes speakers, a college fair, a raffle, and so much more. We are 100% BIPOC led, so we see y'all and we got y'all!
Time & Location
Oct 14, 2021, 7:00 PM EDT – Oct 15, 2021, 9:00 PM EDT
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About the event
WIN $750! BIPOC High School Students! Register today and get a chance to win our $750 'For The Culture Scholarship' towards your higher education. More details on event page during registration.
Coach Tony Lee
This former external freshmen college admissions reader at UC Berkeley and college outreach director at UCLA will walk you through his top tricks for developing your perfect college application.
Coach Tony Le dedicated over 10 years to helping students get into college and their perfect career while amassing over 1M likes on TikTok.
Reach Coach Tony: https://ucadmissionsecrets.com/uc2021
This award-winning Scholarship Expert & Coach will teach you how to find the best ways to finance college and make your education affordable.
Victoria has won $3M from scholarships, featured on FOX Networks, and helped over 2500+ students win $11M .
Reach Vicky: https://www.securingdegrees.org/
The founder of the non-profit organization, First Gen Empower, will share her secrets and answer your questions on how to succeed in college as a first-generation student.
FGE helps to prepare students in CA with life after HS in college & career-readiness resources.
Reach Arabi: https://www.firstgenempower.com/
This mental health advocate and creator of the 'Becoming A Sunflower' podcast will share her advice on managing your mental health as a college student.
Becoming A Sunflower focuses on educating and empowering youth through healing, conversations, and culture.
Reach Jasabel: https://beacons.page/becomingasunflowerpod/
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