Campus Speaking Tour

Millennial immigrants and first generation American students straddle dual cultural identities: as they integrate into American culture, they simultaneously adhere to native cultural principles. In college, they often privilege cultural/parental expectations over aligning themselves with their strengths and cultivating their passions. This is manifested in the workforce where this group is grossly underrepresented in industries such as Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). With an informed insight into the sub-cultural motivations within racial minority groups, these industries can be successful at better attracting, developing, and retaining diverse talent.

The Invisible Neighbor Campus Speaking Tour will explore cultural identity conflicts experienced by millennial immigrants and first generation American students. Its goal is to articulate the role cultural literacy plays in leadership self-efficacy, academic achievement, and professional fulfillment.

 

 

The Invisible Neigbhors Campus Tour Snapshot

For Booking, Sponsorship or Partnership opportunities, contact us at theinvisibleneighbors@gmail.com