HBCU STUDENT LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE
June 25 - 27, 2023
Driven by the theme "Leadership Unfiltered" the 4th annual HBCU Virtual Student Leadership Conference will encourage students to amplify their roles, voices, and ideas as campus leaders and members of their community. Student leadership training and development has become critical to the enhancement, sustainability, and expansion of our Historically Black Colleges and Universities and the recruitment of diverse talent for companies and higher education.
Over the past three years, the annual HBCU Student Leadership Conference has hosted 115 sessions for over 2,400 student registrants representing 65 + HBCUs nationwide. Our student engagement efforts have led to students securing internships and jobs, grant opportunities for student-led organizations, acceptances into higher education programs, and more! The Unite team could not be more excited about the impact of the conference and the post-conference opportunities due to our annual programming. The conference remains free for students to attend, thanks to over 12 major sponsors and 46 industry expert speakers.
What to expect?
Day 1 Student Empowerment Sessions
Day 2 Student Leadership Training Sessions
Day 3 Life After College Sessions (Career Exploration)
- Sun, Jun 25VirtualJun 25, 3:00 PM CDT – Jun 27, 5:00 PM CDTVirtualTired of boring powerpoints and lectures? Look no further. Get ready for the best virtual conference experience that will provide a space for learning and social networking among participants. We have an all-star lineup of speakers ready to engage with our HBCU student leaders.
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2022 VIRTUAL CONFERENCE
July 17-19, 2022
Driven by this year's theme 'Leadership TNT - Transformations, Narratives, Transitions', the 3rd annual HBCU Virtual Student Leadership Conference will empower and support students in their transformations as college students to student leaders, community advocates, and eventually college graduates, serve as a safe space that encourages students to bring their authentic ideas and identities to connect with other students and share their narratives while providing tools to assist students in transitioning to opportunities post-college.