FIND, inc. ANNOUNCES 2017 SPRING CONFERENCE

April 5, 2017

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

 

Contact: Andrew Cornelio, Content Tri-Chair

                   cornelio.andrew@gmail.com

                   Natalie Dela Cruz, National Vice Chairperson

                   delacruz@findinc.org


 

FIND, Inc. ANNOUNCES 2017 SPRING CONFERENCE

 

NEW YORK, NY  (APRIL 5, 2017) - The Filipino Intercollegiate Networking Dialogue, Incorporated (FIND, Inc.) is proud to announce the 2017 Spring Conference will take place on Saturday, May 6th in District III at Pace University.

 

The theme for this conference is “Ang Mundo At Ako,” meaning “The World and I.”  This conference aims to focus on the polarization of current events in modern society through mainstream media outlets, and how young leaders are called to empower and embrace their culture in this environment.

 

Throughout the workshops held on May 6th, conference delegates will dive deeper into topics that are prevalent in our communities and discover outlets in which their voices will be brought to the forefront of discussions. By  highlighting subjects such as immigration and politics, our delegates will find outlets in which their opinions can be heard. Delegates will also delve into the topic of education to understand where discrepancies in our knowledge as a community arise. After receiving a solid foundation on the issues facing our Filipino/Fil-Am communities, our delegates will tackle the discussion of where their voices stand in the global society that we live in. As we touch on topics such as race relations, the LGBTQ community, and gender equality, we aim to provide delegates with a safe environment to talk about these passionate subject without backlash.

 

The FIND, Inc.  2017 Spring Conference Planning Board invites you to embark on our mission of establishing and solidifying our voices in the world.

 

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About FIND, Inc.

Founded on April 11, 1992, the Filipino Intercollegiate Networking Dialogue, Incorporated (FIND, Inc.) stands as a symbol to the Filipino and ethnic consciousness presently seen on collegiate campuses. Currently its network actively links over 90 East Coast colleges, universities, vocational, and technical schools.