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Join us for George Fox University's student multicultural leadership conference on Friday, Nov. 22 and Saturday, Nov. 23.

The Voices Project Conference will highlight multicultural and multiethnic leadership in the U.S. It's open to all students and faculty, community members and to several other universities in the area. Workshops and main sessions will focus on what it means to engage communally, theologically, and intersectionally.

Registration is now open!

Register Here

 

Sample of Schedule of Events



Friday, November 22

5:30 p.m.
Bauman Auditorium
Doors Open
6 p.m.
Bauman Auditorium
Opening worship session with Still Water, spoken word and Voices Project keynote speakers.

Saturday, November 23

10 a.m.
Canyon Commons
Plenary Speakers
11:00 a.m.
Canyon Commons
Breakout Sessions 1
12:15 p.m.
Canyon Commons
Lunch
1:15 p.m.
Canyon Commons
Breakout Session 2
3:20 p.m.
Canyon Commons
Closing Session

*George Fox students: There is chapel credit offered for attending this event; the amount will vary based upon participation in both Friday and Saturday's activities.


Breakout Session Topics

  • Information coming soon!

Notes and Directions for Visitors

From 99W- When traveling West on 99

  • Take right on N Villa Rd, just past Muchas Gracias and on the corner of Human Bean
  • Pass dormitories and construction
  • Take a left on Fulton St (there will be a stop)
  • Travel about a ¼ mile, there will be a speed bump. Take first left into a parking lot by the Stoffer Football Field

From 99E- When traveling east on 99

  • Take left on N Villa Rd, just past Shells Gas Station
  • Pass dormitories and construction
  • Take a left on Fulton St (there will be a stop)
  • Travel about a ¼ mile, there will be a speed bump. Take first left into a parking lot by the Stoffer Football Field

Off-campus guests, please park in our Hoover or Roberts Center parking lot. ( Parking Map)


Visiting Panelists and Musicans  

Raquel Polanco

raquel polanco

Raquel is a Hispanic-American poet in her mid twenties who is continually inspired by God, humpback whales, and Jupiter. Her roots can be traced back to Mayan and Taino ancestors through her mother’s Honduran origins and her father’s humble beginnings in the Dominican Republic. She just finished her BA in Theology and BA in English at Multnomah University in Portland, OR. Raquel hopes to continue using her gifts and talents for the Kingdom of God as she travels back home to Anchorage, AK where the sun never sets and her journey is just beginning!

 


Maria-José “Coté” Soerens

maria jose soerens

Maria-José “Coté” Soerens is a Community Entrepreneur dedicated to building structures of belonging from relationships to the built environment through neighborhood gifts. 
Born in Chile, she came to the US at 25 and has since started a number of initiatives in the private and non profit sector, her favorite of them all being Resistencia Coffee, a neighborhood owned and operated coffee shop in the heart of South Park in Seattle, where she lives with her husband Tim and their two sons and dog Theo.

Still Water

stillwater

MLSW is an urban-contemporary blend of R&B, Hip-Hop, Inspirational and Soul wrapped around a sound Gospel message.


“The Voices Project Conference was an amazing way to engage in healthy conversation about the steps we need to take as Christians to stand by all our brothers and sisters.”

- Grace Matteson '19