CREDE set to host Aliados: ALANAM Resource Fair this Friday

The CREDE will bring campus partners together to connect ALANAM students with resources on campus

The Center for Race, Ethnicity and Diversity Education (CREDE) is holding its annual Aliados: ALANAM Resource Fair to introduce students to supportive resources on campus Friday from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. in El Centro, located in Carlton Building room 114.

This event gives the ALANAM (African American/Black, Latino/Hispanic, Asian/Pacific Islander, Native American, Alaska Native and multiracial) student community an opportunity to learn about departments and offices, like Counseling Services and Student Professional Development Center.

Previously, Aliados, meaning allied in Spanish, was held for Latinx and Hispanic students. The event has expanded but “the goal remains the same,” said MJ Larrazabal G’21, assistant director of the CREDE.

“We want to offer ALANAM students the opportunity to meet at least one person from the different supportive resources at Elon,” she said. “Hopefully, student will feel more comfortable accessing and interacting with them regularly.”

For more information, contact MJ Larrazabal.