Cultural Competency Summit
“We Who Believe In Freedom Cannot Rest:Training Change-Makers to Solve the Complex Challenges of the 21st Century”.
The Multicultural Center and the Counseling and Testing Center will postpone collaboration on the 2020 Cultural Competency Summit. The Georgia State University Counseling and Testing Center’s Cultural Competency Summit evolved from the Biennial Cultural Competency Conference which had been in existence since 2004.
In this collaboration, the Multicultural Center will focus on a student development track that will allow students at Georgia State University and other surrounding higher education institutions the opportunity to engage in dialogue with peers on cultural inclusion, diversity and solutions for social injustice that will inspire them to be the change makers they wish to see.
The Counseling and Testing Center will continue to focus primarily on professional community development, specifically addressing multicultural competence in the health and clinical communities.
Due to Georgia State University and other universities within the USG system being physically closed to students and the public, the 2020 Cultural Competency Summit will be postponed until further notice. If you have any questions about the summit, please contact William Britto
For updates on the Cultural Competency Summit, please contact William Britto.