Open to all City Colleges of Chicago students and alumni, the Transfer-Mation Leadership Conference will feature a full day of workshops that will prepare you to successfully transfer to a 4-year institution and get started in your career. If you've got a dream school in mind, this free conference will help you get there! Complete this form to RSVP and view the list of events. Please note, the breakout sessions are subject to change. If you can, plan on staying the entire day! The day will include a PIZZA lunch sponsored by Arizona State University, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, and National Louis University. Click on the link to see photos and PowerPoints from previous conferences!

Harold Washington College
Friday, September 27, 2019
9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Room 102
Students from all of the City Colleges of Chicago are invited to attend! YAY!
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Are you coming to the conference to explore opportunities for transfer, careers, or both? *
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The keynote speaker will be from 9:00 a.m.-9:45 a.m. He is the amazing and inspirational Durel Sankofa Crosby. Durel transferred this Fall 2019 to the Eli Whitney Students Program at Yale University. Durel graduated from Harold Washington College (HWC) in Spring 2019 where he worked as a tutor in the Tutoring Center. He is also author of the book, "21 Days to Good Grades: Modern Guide to College Math and Science." Durel wrote his book about Math and Science students, but this wonderful work gives awesome advice to all students! *
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