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As the Intercultural Center (formerly the Office of Multicultural and Minority Affairs) celebrates 40 years on Wake Forest’s campus, we strive to uphold our mission to enhance the experience of domestic and international underrepresented groups. The IC is seeking to raise money to support the experiential learning (Study Abroad, Service Learning and Wake Alternative Break trips) for our students of color. Experiential learning allows students to thrive in a global environment by creating opportunities to interact with students from diverse backgrounds, creating a sense of belonging for underrepresented students, and leaving Wake Forest with an appreciation and respect of other cultures. Your support will help provide opportunities for our students to enhance their undergraduate experience by actively participating in these opportunities.

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Description

The 40 for 40 campaign aims to celebrate the 40th Anniversary of the Intercultural Center (formerly the Office of Multicultural and Minority Affairs) on Wake Forest’s campus. Throughout the past 40 years, the Intercultural Center has served as a home away from home and space for community building amongst students, faculty and staff of color. Through our programming (intercultural, educational & social); our student support and engagement, as well as our identity development initiatives; we have worked to make Wake Forest a more inclusive environment for all Demon Deacons.

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The money from the 40 for 40 campaign will directly assist students with the experiential learning offered during their undergraduate experience.

Why are donations necessary?

Over the past 10 years, the University has seen over a 15% increase in experiential learning (Study Abroad, Service Learning and Wake Alternative Break trips) amongst students of color. Currently, the IC financially supports students in these endeavours through an assistance fund, but would love to increase the amount of student financial support to work towards a more Global Wake Forest.