February 22 & 23, 2013
“Remembering our roots as we reach for the sky”
The South Eastern African American Student Leadership Conference (SEAASLC) was established to develop and strengthen the leadership abilities and skills of primarily African American students, though it is open to students of any ethnicity, across the South Eastern United States.
Registration deadline is Friday 2/1/2013!
To inquire about LATE registration, please call 910-962-3877
What is SEAASLC? Why are we having a 20th Anniversary of S.E.A.A.S.L.C -2013?!
SEAASLC stand for the South Eastern African American Student Leadership Conference. SEAASLC was established to develop and strengthen the leadership abilities and skills of primarily African American students.
SEAASLC, which originated at UNCW, is hosted in Wilmington every two years, while other universities are in charge of it in between. This conference is designed for students in the region to get together for professional workshops on leadership skills, professional development, history, and social and moral issues. SEAASLC will have attendees of all ethnicities and backgrounds from across the state.
Have Questions? Feel free to e-mail SEAASLC@UNCW.EDU!!