Cougar Spring Leadership Conference coming April 19

The Lead the Pack Leadership Series Spring Conference at Washington State University Vancouver was rescheduled following February’s snow, and is now almost here. The event will take place April 19 from 9:15 a.m., for check-in, to 4 p.m. The conference is free and open to all college students as well as high school junior and seniors who are members of ASB, student clubs or groups, class reps or in Running Start. Advisors and counselors are also welcome to attend. This event will teach attendees important concepts and skills for future leadership roles and will also provide a networking opportunity at the end of the event. The conference will be located in the Firstenburg Student Commons and parking is free in Orange Lot 2. Motivational speaker Joshua Fredenburg will deliver a keynote speech at the event. Attendees will receive a complimentary lunch and t-shirt. The use of reusable water bottles is encouraged to reduce the amount of waste at the event. Julia Allen, English major and junior at WSU Vancouver, was interested to hear about this event. “It sounds great, and I like the idea of the female leaders breakout session.” Other students are interested in the event as well. According to an online poll on the VanCougar’s website asking if students will be attending the conference, 60% of voters answered “yes, it sounds like a great event.”

Any questions about the Leadership Conference can be directed to Shyanna Reyes, Office of Student Involvement Programming Intern, at  osiintern@vancouver.wsu.edu.

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