Lead the Way (NYC)
Interested in networking, identifying and developing your skills, and inspiring the next generation of leaders? Register for the 9th Annual Student Leadership Conference “Mentoring Matters: Putting the Pieces Together” on February 19 to grow and learn as a leader.
In the world we live in, the only constant is change. The leader of today must be versatile, possessing a wide range of skills to meet all of their responsibilities in our evolving world. Pace University aspires to motivate students to pursue their passions and build on their skills. The goal of the Student Leadership Conference is to enlighten students to truly embody the essential qualities of a modern leader.
The 9th Annual Student Leadership Conference “Mentoring Matters: Putting the Pieces Together”, being held on Friday, February 19, from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. in the Student Union on the NYC Campus, is an opportunity for students to develop as leaders through this year’s theme: networking; self-discovery: knowing, identifying, and developing your skills; and passion and skills. This year’s conference comprises a vibrant keynote address, three different workshops to choose from, breakfast and lunch, a closing soft skills interactive networking session, and dessert.
The event is free for Pace students, faculty, and staff, and $25 for outside guests. To register for the conference, view the day’s schedule.
Join the conversation using hashtag #PaceLeadCon2016.
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