GS 468 - Civic Engagement and Leadership Conference
Each spring Global Studies and World Languages and Ethnic Studies hosts the Civic Engagement and Leadership Conference for under-served and underrepresented students. This conference is organized and run by WSU students in conjunction with course instructors and mentors. The internship teaches students theories of civic engagement and social justice in a plural society. Students put theory into practice as they co-design the conference and develop leadership and presentation skills for group breakout sessions based on academic themes of identity. Prerequisite: ETHN 168 - Introduction to Ethnic Studies, GS 200 - Introduction to Global Studies, △ SPAN 410 - Latino/a/x Experiences in the United States, or instructor permission. Grade only. Offered spring semester. Note: Enrolling in 2 credits requires instructor permission. Repeatable up to 3 times.