Second Annual More Than Networking
ACMP is dedicated to making Afro-Caribbean Black (ACB) high school, undergraduate, and graduate student experience positive while encouraging them to be confident members of our Ottawa community. In doing so, ACMP has organized its second annual More Than Networking event.
Last year, the ACMP initiative accommodated 115 students, faculty, and broader community members to encourage ACB young people to recognize the importance of networking. Similar to the first networking event, the follow up will include Afro-Caribbean professionals, and many other community members from different ethnic groups, to participate in teaching students how to network. The event is non-intrusive and respects that professionals are busy. However, professionals are encouraged to extend as “olive branch,” by shaking hands with young people, and possibly connecting with the young person after the event to potentially continue mentorship in a do no harm approach. The ACMP initiative sees this as an absolute win for professionals but importantly, the students in the room!
This event will include Afro-Caribbean Black professionals, and many other community members from different ethnic groups, to participate in teaching students how to network while networking with them.
The purpose of the second annual More Than Networking event is to build stronger community ties in our Ottawa Afro-Caribbean geographical area between students and professionals. ACMP is mobilizing this event to be a learning experience for both students and professionals. Attendees will increase their networks while recognizing the need to support the social development of students.
Participating schools and in partnership
-The University of Ottawa
When: Friday, November 29th, 2019
Time: 6:30 pm to 11 pm
Where: Carleton University, Robertson Hall Room (608)
Capacity: 150 people maximum
-High school students:
Tickets available, via Eventbrite:
We encourage you to book your FREE ticket ASAP!!!
The event begins at 6:30 pm and ends at 11 pm, and is a semi-formal event. Dinner will be served, and we will accommodate those children with childminding services.
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