WSU hosts ‘Thriving Authentically’ panel on BIPOC career success March 31

A virtual panel discussion on “Thriving Authentically: Ascending Industry as a Black, Indigenous, and Person of Color (BIPOC)” will feature guest experts starting at 5 p.m. March 31, hosted by the Washington State University Academic Success and Career Center (ASCC) and the Office of Outreach and Education (OOE). The event is free and open to the public.

Registration is required to attend the panel presentation.

The event is featured on the calendars for OOE’s Martin Luther King Program and the WSU Common Reading Program

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