29th ANNUAL STUDENTS OF COLOR CONFERENCE
WE ARE: EMPOWERED BY OUR PAST, FORGING OUR FUTURE
April 18-20, 2019
The Students of Color Conference provides students with the opportunity to develop leadership skills and strategies through a series of workshops and events. Students will also be able to explore more of their own identity group affiliations and how that impact plays a part in their lives as college students. Students will be able to network with other student leaders from Washington State colleges.
APPLICATIONS ARE NOW CLOSED.
Students will be selected based on the application, rubric criteria, and must be in good academic standing with the university. Priority will be given to those who have not attended SOCC before.
If selected, Conference and Training Fund will be covering all costs, including transportation.
If you have any questions, please contact Nedralani Mailo at email@example.com or call 253-692-4325.
Participants are required to participate in pre and post conference programming. All meetings will be held in WCG 104. See dates below.
Acceptance Meeting (choose one)
- February 19 - 12:30pm-1:30pm
- February 20 - 12:30pm-1:30pm
Workshop Meeting (choose one)
- March 7 - 12:30pm-1:30pm
- March 8 - 12:30pm-1:30pm
Pre-Departure Meeting (choose one)
- April 8 - 12:30pm-1:30pm
- April 9 - 12:30pm-1:30pm
MY SOCC EXPERIENCE
"I needed this conference to help me find ways to speak out and to understand my self-worth in my classes, my campus, and my society."
"I learned that the weight of systemic inequality does not rest on my small community's shoulders alone."
"Having the opportunity to gather and vocalize
our shared experiences in the black community broadened my world view and helped me realize
that I am not alone in feeling a certain insecurity for having to adjust myself to fit a standard not
modeled or coded for people who look like we."
"The conference was also a moment of healing and closure."
"While there [at SOCC] I attended the African identity group which was a very emotional time for me. Mostly because the last time I had been in a room full of Africans was when I still lived in Kenya."
"Having the opportunity to explore the intersections of my queer identity as well as my racial identity at the conference was very beneficial as this was a great space to do this with peers."