Don’t miss out on our Todos Para La Salud: Mental Health Career Conference
on Saturday, April 23rd at USC-Mark Taper Hall of Humanities.

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This unique innovative conference is the only one of its kind to bring Latino LGBTQ undergraduate, graduate & local community college students together to learn about different pathways to careers in mental health. The conference provides plenary speakers & workshops on field options, academic & professional guidance, financial aid & local mental health resources, & much more!

Program Includes:

“Todos Para La Salud” Panel
Experiences from Consumers, Medical Professionals, & Community Activists

Field Options Breakout Session
Insight to Various Mental Health Fields

Networking Lunch (lunch provided)
Interact Face-to-Face w/Professionals, Admissions Personnel, & Financial Aid Reps

“Overcoming Barriers” Panel
Financial Aid, Career Development, & Resources for Undocumented Young Professionals

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Todos Para La Salud: Mental Health Career Conference
Saturday April 23rd, 2016
USC Mark Taper Hall of Humanities
3501 Trousdale Parkway, Los Angeles 90089
Morning Mixer 8:30 a.m.
Conference Begins: 9:00 a.m.

This is a FREE conference for Latino LGBTQ students interested in learning more about mental health careers– program will include complimentary breakfast & lunch.

*Registration almost at capacity, be sure to register today:

REGISTER HERE!

For more up to date information, visit our Facebook page.

The Wall Las Memorias Project
http://www.thewalllasmemorias.org/The Wall Las Memorias Project · 5619 Monte Vista St, Los Angeles, CA 90042, United States

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