Inaugural Advancing Black Leadership & Education Conference- Saturday, April 11th
Executive Level Co-sponsors: Pepsi Enhancement Fund, The Graduate School, Graduate Student Government, University Career Center & The President's Promise, Multicultural Involvement & Community Advocacy, Office of Diversity & Inclusion, School of Public Health
Director Level Co-sponsors: Graduate Student Life, Honor's College
Associate Co-sponsors: Community Roots, National Pan-Hellenic Council, Nymburu Cultural Center
Student Collaborators: African Student Progressive Action Committee, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., Iota Zeta Chapter, Black Business Association, Black Faculty and Staff Association, Black Honors Caucus, Black Political Student Association, Black Student Union, Community Roots, UM Success, W.E.B. DuBois Honors Society
Organized by graduate students and supported by UMD faculty members, ABLE aims to foster the campus leadership of Black undergraduate students, serving as a platform for students to explore different professional fields and various avenues to continue their education. The event consists of two sessions of workshops in the morning and concludes with a keynote address and career fair. Breakfast and lunch will be provided.