The iLead Nevada Conference is taking place this Saturday, September 6th from 10:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. in the Joe Crowley Student Union. This is a great opportunity to engage and connect on campus!  There will be 24 sessions to select from and the keynote speaker will be Dolores Huerta, a Honorary  Nevada Alum, Co-Founder of the United Farmers Workers (UFW) and recipient of the U.S. Medal of Freedom. Register at today! 



Here’s a peek at a few of the sessions:



A new vehicle for positive change on campus is providing student leaders with an exciting way to connect to their community. Come learn how to capitalize on this opportunity.


How free is speech?  What is defamation?  Libel?  What is a quote?  General Counsel Mary Dugan will provide information and welcome discussion about responsible speech and staying within the law. 



Did you know you can have a free DJ at your event? Learn about different resources around campus, scheduling spaces, and all the services at your fingertips. Set your club or organization for success this year today!



Live to serve, love to serve! Discover the personal and professional value of service, how to plan service projects, and how to make service an integral part of your life!



Are you blue, green, orange, or gold? Understanding your strengths and vulnerabilities as a leader make you more effective personally and in group dynamics. Learn more about the way you lead through understanding the colors of leadership!



Forget "elevator pitches" and business cards. Learn how to network the natural way. Anyone can do it!


And many more on Saturday…

Don’t forget your Student ID. Lunch will be provided for all attendees and a meet and greet will be held with Dolores Huerta after her keynote address.


Saturday, September 6, 2014 at 10:00 am to 3:00 pm

Joe Crowley Student Union
1500 North Virginia Street

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Nationally renowned civic engagement leader, social activist and University of Nevada, Reno Honorary Degree holder Dolores C. Huerta will speak at the iLead Nevada Conference on campus.

Huerta will speak on civic engagement, leadership and the power to make a difference in the community at 2 p.m. on Saturday, September 6 in the Milton D. Glick Ballrooms in the Joe Crowley Student Union. Parking is free.