1st Annual Circles for Healing Youth Empowerment Conference

Please join the 1st Annual Circles for Healing Youth Empowerment Conference featuring keynote speaker, Dr. Stephanie Harris, Executive Director of the New Jersey State Amistad Commission. 

Conference Theme: Becoming an agent of change. 

Quote: "Be a voice, not an echo" -Albert Einstein 

Location: Bloomfield College- College Hall Building

Address: 467 Franklin Street, Bloomfield, NJ 07003 

Date: April 4, 2020

Time: 10 am - 2 pm 

Who should attend? Middle or High School boys and girls. Nonprofit and faith based youth groups. Greek youth auxiliaries. Youth clubs, parents, educators, and youth leaders. 

Why attend?  To understand the power of your voice and learn how to become legendary agents of change within your community and beyond. 

Registration includes: Conference tee-shirt and lunch  

The deadline to register is March 20, 2020. 

Contact Information
  1. Christina N. Jaquez, ED.M
  2. 201-952-8832
  3. Christina.Jaquez@circles4healing.org
Sat, April 04
10:00 am — 2:00 pm
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Please join the 1st Annual Circles for Healing Youth Empowerment Conference featuring keynote speaker, Dr. Stephanie Harris, Executive Director of the New Jersey State Amistad Commission.

Conference Theme: Becoming an agent of change.

Quote: "Be a voice, not an echo" -Albert Einstein

Location: Bloomfield College- College Hall Building

Address: 467 Franklin Street, ...

467 Franklin Street Bloomfield , NJ 07003

Bloomfield College, College Hall Building

467 Franklin Street
Bloomfield , NJ 07003

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