“This event exemplifies how important it is to talk about diversity, especially in underrepresented professions."
SAN MARCOS, TX (PRWEB) March 22, 2013
College students on Texas State University’s Campus will be tackling the topic of diversity next week as part of a nationwide initiative to engage in a conversation about America’s future.
Statistics show some of the country’s top employers are having trouble recruiting minority groups - but does diversity matter?
“This event exemplifies how important it is to talk about diversity, especially in underrepresented professions,” said Toyia Stewart, principal of Balanced Communications, which is organizing the event set for March 28th.
Nonprofit organization Diversity Matters will conduct it first activation for the 2013-2014 academic year at Texas State University on March 28, 2013:
–In Search of the Talented Tenth multimedia presentation
–does diversity really matter? student forum
–Activation of alumni fundraising drive benefiting Earl Moseley Memorial Scholarship Fund
–DJ Saved My Life Lounge Edition featuring celebrity host, BeBe Zahara Benet, 1st winner of RuPaul’s Drag Race
Students can register at http://doesdiversitymatter.eventbrite.com.
About Diversity Matters
Diversity Matters is a national diversity initiative which educates, engages, enriches and empowers underrepresented talent for the purpose of:
–supporting the individuals and institutions responsible for educating and developing these women and men,
–advocating their worthiness of leadership,
–providing them with the tools to inspire the masses, and
–exhibiting their relationship to solving global problems.
For more, visit http://doesdiversitymatter.com.