Ozarka's Diversity and Cultural Events Committee will host its 14th annual International Day on Wednesday, March 6th. Ozarka students, faculty, staff, and the public are invited to participate in this enriching and educational event that will focus on the country and culture of Germany.
International Day 2024 is free to attend and will begin at 10:30 a.m. in the auditorium of the John E. Miller Education Complex. Melbourne High School Exchange student, Tobias Surauf, a native of Germany, will be the guest speaker. Following Mr. Surauf's presentation, the Ozarka College Culinary Arts department will provide samplings of international cuisine, including dishes common in Germany.
The Ozarka College Diversity and Cultural Events Committee is committed to providing diverse and cultural experiences and opportunities for the College community, establishing an environment in which greater intellectual development can occur. The Committee advocates practices that bind peoples and cultures, specifically encouraging inclusiveness, discouraging acts of insensitivity and disrespect and seeking commonalities while understanding differences.
International Day activities are supported by the Diversity and Cultural Events Committee. For more information about International Day events, please contact Zeda Wilkerson, Ozarka College vice president of student services, by calling 870.368.2027.