Real Talk: A Social Justice Symposium

Have you ever wondered how you will fit into your first job?

In a changing, competitive and dynamic job market, how will you be sure to stand out while still being true to yourself?

This year’s Real Talk Symposium, entitled “Should You Fake It Till You Make It?”, challenges you to consider how to express your true identity in the professional world and leave with strategies for how to navigate the political waters from the job search process onward.
This conference-style event will incorporate interactive workshops and open dialogue forums centered around topics such as social media presence, controversial discussions, dress codes, and more!  We’ll be featuring a keynote address from Bulaong Ramiz-Hall, Director of the Multicultural Resource Center at Amherst College and noted social justice advocate.

Advanced registration is required at http://bit.ly/RURealTalk. Food and materials will be provided to students in attendance. Come prepared to engage in some real talk to help you meet success in the future!

Real-Talk---Email-ImageCome check out the Real Talk Social Justice Symposium!

Workshop Schedule

9:30 AM – Registration
10 AM – Opening Remarks
11:00 AM – Skills Clinics
1:00 PM – Lunch
2:00 PM – Keynote Address by Bulaong Ramiz-Hall, Director of Multicultural Resource Center at Amherst College
2:45 PM – Closing

Questions?

If you have any questions or would like more information, please contact lead@echo.rutgers.edu. Stay connected with the office of Leadership and Experiential Learning on social media for event updates and more.