Youth Empowerment Summit

Foundation for academic encouragement (FADE) is pleased to launch a Youth Empowerment Summit in Hull. The summit is a half day free event designed to empower and equip young people from black and minority ethnic (BME) groups in Hull on how to:
• Win in Life
• Identify their life purpose
• Unleash their potentials
• Believe in themselves and build self confidence
• Set goals for maximum academic success
• Build resilience in the UK academic system
• Excel in their chosen subjects/courses
This initiative is driven by the current statistical report on young BME under achievement in education. FADE is committed to reversing this unpleasant trend. Ensuring every young boy or girl from the minority ethnic groups is a great achiever in all academic affairs in the UK.
Therefore, we are hereby encouraging all young people to be there and asking parents to release their children to attend this life changing summit. To register for the event kindly follow the link……
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/youth-empowerment-summit-hull-tickets-37031789078
This is to enable us to know how many people to cater for.
The event will feature first-class students from top UK universities and young career professionals who will share their life experiences. They will reveal some valuable tips that helped them to be successful in their career.
Expected outcome: Young people after this summit should be able to maximise their full potential, identify their life purpose and live a positive life style
Event details:
Date: 9th of September 2017
Venue: Middleton Hall, University of Hull, Cottingham Rd HU6 7RX
Time: 12:00 to 4:00pm
Target group: Young people aged 11-22
Cost: Free registration
Refreshment: Available
Convener: Franklin Onukwugha (Principal lecturer, Coventry University).
For more information about the summit, please contact Franklin on 07459682660 or email: f.i.onukwugha@2015.hull.ac.uk
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