ALEC Conference

Liberty Mutual Insurance College Access, Leadership and Empowerment Conference (ALEC)

Saturday, November 3, 2012
9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Dining Center Banquet Hall
Southern New Hampshire University

Featuring Key Note Speaker:

Reverend Samuel R. Offer
Vice President and Consultant
Washington Consulting Group

Reverend Offer travels the world advocating for social justice and equity for all humanity.


Conference Details

What is ALEC? A peer-to-peer conference with sessions on access to and success in higher education, leadership development, and skills enhancement to empower change in your academic setting.  Click here for the conference flyer in English.  Click here for the conference flyer in Spanish.

 Who Should Attend? This conference is for any high school and college student from an underrepresented racial or ethnic group and their allies (youth or adult) who want to make a positive impact in their academic communities.

How Much Does ALEC Cost? Free!

How Do I Sign Up for ALEC? You must register by Friday, October 26th, 2012, click here.

How Can I Get There?

  • A map of Southern New Hampshire University can be found here.  Participants can park in the Robert Frost Parking lot (2-C on map). No permit needed as long as the vehicle is parked in a legal space.
  • For those who may use public transportation, the Bus Stop is directly across from Robert Frost Hall (#14 on the map).

 What workshops will be offered at ALEC? Click here for descriptions of the conference sessions.

What if I have questions about ALEC?  You can call Professor Donna Marceau, Nashua Community College at (603)882-6923 ext. 1762 or email

Information Tables

  • Campus Compact for New Hampshire
  • City Year
  • Colby-Sawyer College
  • Liberty Mutual Insurance
  • NH College and University Council
  • New Hampshire Multicultural Student Affairs Consortium
  • New Hampshire Office of Minority Health & Refugee Affairs
  • Southern New Hampshire University
  • TD Bank North
  • University of New Hampshire, Durham
  • University of New Hampshire, Manchester