NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. — While most high-school students followed their daily school-day routine one day last month, nearly 50 future leaders from Freehold Township, Middlesex, Secaucus, and Woodbury High Schools broke out of their comfort zones and attended a series of human-relations workshops as part of the American Conference on Diversity’s signature 2013 Manytown for Central/Southern New Jersey.
Freehold Township High School LFD Advisor Trish Jordan found the learning experience motivating and rewarding. “Thanks for inviting our Lead for Diversity group to participate in the Manytown workshop,” she said. “The potential LFD’ers for next year came back excited and ready to forge a new path here at Freehold Township High School! You and your group are an awesome inspiration…
About the American Conference on Diversity
The programs, services, and initiatives of the American Conference on Diversity are among the most important work focused on creating a more inclusive society. It is the unfinished business of living in a highly diverse nation: educating and empowering our next generation of leaders; enhancing our workplaces; and helping to create inclusive communities. The American Conference on Diversity, which has been serving schools, organizations, workplaces, and communities in New Jersey since 1948, builds on a historic mission and creates programs and activities relevant and vital to 21st Century life. It is a journey we can all take together. The American Conference on Diversity operates eight chapters to help us to educate and empower leaders and bring our messages of inclusion and respect to communities throughout New Jersey: Atlantic County Chapter, Bayonne Chapter, Central Jersey Chapter, Essex County Chapter, Greater Bergen Chapter, Hudson County Chapter, Jersey Shore Chapter, and Mercer County Chapter. Visit www.AmericanConferenceonDiversity.org to learn more.
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