- Each year, OMA develops and implements a Multicultural Leadership Retreat.
- We help you get in touch with and learn directly from current college leaders through our Peer Advising on the College Experience (PACE) mentoring Program.
- Host workshops to help you develop as a student leader.
We can help you learn and gain experience from community involvement.
We work closely with:
- The Palouse Asian American Association
- Latah County Human Rights Task Force
- ASUI Volunteer Center
- A variety of on and off campus departments and resources.
We can help you connect with other students through social involvement.
- We work regularly with several multicultural student clubs and organizations.
- We sponsor a number of different multicultural socials a semester.
- We sponsor and support a diverse group of cultural events.
- We will continue to provide you with information on multicultural programs and speakers.
We provide support through your own professional and student development.
- We post information about internships, fellowships, and local and national jobs.
- We post information about local and national scholarships.
- We manage a variety of multicultural scholarships for new and continuing students.
- Each year, we help to sponsor the Spring Career Expo on the Palouse.
OMA provides the entire campus with programs which celebrate multicultural communities.
We work closely with student clubs and other partners to provide celebrations and initiate cultural exchanges and education through events such as:
- Native American Heritage Month (November)
- Asian American/Pacific Islander Heritage Month (April)
- Black History Month (February)
- Latino(a) Heritage Month (September 15-October 15)
- Farm Worker Appreciation Week/Cesar Chavez Celebration (March 31)
- Cinco de Mayo (May)
- El Color de Nuestra Tierra (November)
- Dia de los Muertos (November)
- Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration (January)
- Tutxinmepu Pow Wow (Easter Weekend)