Navigating the Workplace: Underrepresented and Invisible Identities
The need to advocate for oneself has never been more relevant, especially in professional spaces as students graduate and move into the workforce, or accept an internship for the first time. Come hear and learn from experiences shared by professionals and recent grads about navigating conversations on identity and some of the power dynamics that comes with it as a young professional or college intern. Panelists will share their own experiences, provide advice, and will answer questions. Specific topics include: race, gender/gender identity, age, and ability status.

This event will focus on addressing U-M undergrad and graduate students, however faculty and staff are welcome to attend. Join us Wednesday January 17th at 6pm- Alumni Association Founders Room.

Event hosted by: LEAD Scholars and the Students of Color in Public Policy- Undergraduate Chapter (SCPP)

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