Since 1974, MSC CAMAC's, the Committee for the Awareness of Mexican American Culture, mission has been to unite students and members of the Texas A&M campus and Bryan/College Station community to promote an appreciation for the diverse array of Hispanic cultures.
Hosted by the Committee for the Awareness of Mexican American Culture (CAMAC), the Student Conference on Latino Affairs (SCOLA) is a two-day conference in which participants have the chance to hear from a wide array of speakers ranging from national and state government, business, and media. SCOLA's mission is to provide a forum for students to discuss significant issues that impact the growing Latino population in our nation, and to foster exemplary leadership development among its members. This year's goal is to encourage students to seek opportunities to become more active & engaged in their community, state, and nation. SCOLA 2014 will address the problems faced by today’s rising generation of students, specifically Latinos, and encourage students of all backgrounds to become agents of positive change and address social, political and economic issues that are faced daily. This year's conference will concentrate on civic engagement and activism through issues that are focused on but not limited to intercultural communication, cultural identity, hostile Latino rhetoric, and policies such as immigration reform.
We are currently looking for speaker and workshop ideas, so if you would like to help please fill out this document and send it to us by January 4th.
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