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OMSS Outreach

OMSS develops and conducts a variety of programs and activities that address issues of multiculturalism in the university and in our community. While the design elements of each program or activity is unique, depending on specific community and individual needs or circumstances, the underlying objective that binds all programs and activities together is to encourage the pursuit of higher education among underserved communities.

In recent years, OMSS has become more active in building collaborative, community-based programs and activities. This shift in emphasis away from university-based activities allows for increased utilization of university resources by the community as well as increased participation by university personnel in community outreach activities. The goal is demystify some of the social and communicative barriers individuals from the university and the community have of each other.

For more information about OMSS outreach, please contact Adrianne Guerero via email or by calling 956-7348.

OMSS Programs/Projects

College Recruitment [under construction]

Kule'a Program

Future Techers Workshop [in process of being archived]

Together In Excellence

Bin-I Project

Filipino Community Network

Student Organization for Leadership, Justice and Advocacy [under construction]

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