Hawkeye Celebrates Diversity on March 28 during Multicultural Visit Day
By: Public Relations and Marketing
Date Published: Friday, March 14, 2014
WATERLOO--Hawkeye Community College is hosting its annual Multicultural Visit Day on Friday, March 28. Emphasis for the day will be on promoting diversity and awareness in our community. This special event is designed for high school students in grades 9-12 and their parents.
The keynote speaker, Daniel Davison is a motivational speaker. Davison has been called “the most inspiring man on the planet”. He is a quad amputee who achieves what most able-bodied people never do. Since his recover from frost bite, he has been featured both nationally and internationally in more than 27 countries and spoke to more than a hundred thousand students. His unique quality as a speaker of excellence focuses on empowering students to achieve their dreams. The public is invited to attend this session from 10:00 – 11:05 a.m.
This multicultural visit day begins at 9:00 a.m. and ends at 1:30 p.m. in Tama Hall, on the college’s campus located at 1501 East Orange Road, Waterloo. Participants will learn about college life, explore careers, and will tour the campus. They will also have an opportunity to meet instructors and current students. Lunch is provided, and participants will have a chance to win prizes, including a Gift of Class (valued at approximately $400), which is good for three credit hours at Hawkeye.
Space is limited and individuals or groups who are interested in attending are encouraged to register online at www.hawkeyecollege.edu/go/multicultural-visit-day or by calling Admissions at 319-296-4000. For questions, contact Keanna Levy at 319-296-2329, ext. 1073.