Why are gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender services and programs crucial in this political moment on college campuses? How are our communities stronger when we develop GLBTA student leaders?
Join Minnesota college and university staff, faculty and community members to celebrate, explore these questions and raise funds for the MN Campus Alliance.
Minnesota GLBTA Campus Alliance Spring Dinner 2009
Friday, April 24, 2009 | 6:00 p.m.
Holiday Inn – Metrodome
Antonio Cardona and Beth Zemsky
Entertainment by Erin Schwab and Jay Fuchs
Order your tickets today!
Purchase a table of eight for your department/office or an individual ticket today at http://www.mncampusalliance.org/springdinner
The 2008 Spring Dinner, held at North Hennepin Community College was a huge success. Nearly 200 people from across the state attended.
Do not miss this important opportunity to support the MN Campus Alliance’s work building a statewide network to create affirming and safe environments on college and university campuses.
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The services, policies, activities, resources and programs available within the campus community play a crucial role in a student’s development of confidence, self-awareness and sense of fulfillment.
Prospective students deserve to make an informed decision. For two years, we’ve been collecting information about the institutional policies and resources offered for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and ally students, staff and faculty at every institution of higher learning in the state of Minnesota. The resources detailed in this comprehensive resource will hopefully enable GLBTA students to find institutions that go beyond scholarship, offering opportunities for campus involvement, social development, and leadership growth.
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The Minnesota GLBTA Campus Alliance is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization committed to creating a Minnesota that’s welcoming, affirming, and safe. If you like this and other services and events we offer, please consider supporting the Minnesota GLBTA Campus Alliance with a donation. All donations are tax-deductible, and help us maintain the quality of programming and resources that benefit the GLBTA community across the state.
The Minnesota GLBTA Campus Alliance is hosting their second-annual Spring Dinner, held this year by North Hennepin Community College on Friday, April 4 at 6:00pm.
The 2008 Spring Dinner will feature keynote speaker Farheen Hakeem, organizer for Grasstops, Inc., followed by a hip-hop performance by Tori Fixx. The event will celebrate accomplishments for institutions of higher learning across the state, and will offer attendees a chance to network and share best practices on how to affect substantial progress on their campuses.
This event is open to all students, staff, faculty, administrators and community members from every Minnesota campus, and seats begin at $25.00 each. More information about seats, sponsorships and full details are available at the Minnesota GLBTA Campus Alliance website, http://www.mncampusalliance.org/springdinner.