Diversity Career Networking Event

The Auraria campus and professional organizations are hosting their third Diversity Career Networking event! You are invited to attend this event on February 28, 2017 from 4:00 PM to 6:30 PM in Tivoli Room 320.

The goals for the Diversity Networking Event are:
• To provide students an opportunity to network with community and campus members in a relaxed atmosphere.
• To have students hear inspiring stories from our diverse professionals.
• To help students gain a better understanding of the value of diversity in the workforce and the additional skills employers desire
• To allow students to receive advice on how to maximize their college experience and leverage their cultural assets.

4:00 PM Doors open - networking
4:15 PM Welcome - Dr. Brenda J. Allen
4:20 PM Opening Remarks - Denver Mayor Hancock
4:25 PM Keynote Speaker - Dr. Frank Tuitt
4:35 PM Panel Discussion - Ms. Andrea Guendelman, Dr. Derrick Haynes, Ms. Ding Hsu, Mr. Ben Jacobs
5:45 PM Round table discussions - invited facilitators
6:30 PM Round table discussion and networking concludes



Please be sure to park your vehicle in the Tivoli Garage ($6.25)
The exact address of the Tivoli Garage is 901 Walnut St Denver, CO 80204, USA
Once you arrive at the Tivoli Student Union, take the main staircase up to the 3rd floor. Tivoli 320 should be on your right.

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If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact Soyon Bueno at 303-315-1879

Sponsored by: Asian Chamber of Commerce, Community College of Denver, Metropolitan State University of Denver, National Association of Asian American Professionals, and University of Colorado Denver

Please fill out the form below to confirm your attendance!

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