Binghamton University presents the Let Us Dream Conference (Via Zoom)
This year's theme will focus on Uniting in Divisive Times. The Let Us Dream Conference seeks to empower people of diverse age groups and backgrounds to participate in building a better tomorrow. This conference offers an opportunity to explore and share the many and varied community-service possibilities and intervention models. The primary intent is to create an inclusive, diverse, cross-cultural environment for sharing and growth through community improvement discourse among scholars, practitioners, students, and volunteers. It operates using an impactful and effective community-based working model that joins people together while also bridging community organizations. The conference will include three panel discussions: education, health and social. Keynote speakers include Dr. Lotta Granholm, Professor in the Department of Neurosurgery at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical campus will present Maintaining a Healthy Brain in the face of Stress, Injury and Adversity; and Kristin Licardi, Associate Executive Director of Behavioral Health Services at Green Chimneys Children's Services in Brewster, New York, will present Cultivating Resilience in Turbulent Times. The conference will spotlight a local community unsung hero organization that impacts the lives of others in our community with their selfless contributions. Be part of the change to build a better tomorrow. The event is hosted by Binghamton University's College of Community and Public Affairs, SUNY-Broome Community College, Lourdes, The Institute for Justice and Well-Being, The NYSED Central/Western Community Schools Technical Assistance Center, Binghamton University Community Schools and the Let Us Dream Organization. Let Us Dream is a non-profit organization, comprised of diverse programs for the holistic development of local community leadership.
Binghamton University presents the Le...
Date and Time
Friday Nov 18, 2022 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM EST
Friday, November 18 / 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
The event is free and open to the public, but registration is required.