Young Sikh Professionals Meet at Georgetown

July 26, 2005

Source: Sikh Council on Religion and Education

On July 26, 2005 the Sikh Council on Religion and Education reported, "Young Sikh professionals met in the nation's capital from July 24th to July 26th at Georgetown University, Washington, D.C., to engage in a dialogue with representatives from the Government, Congress, and Civil Rights, Interfaith and Community Organizations to explore the meaning of Sikhism in their own lives and in relation to the broader community. Over 120 participants from across America and Canada gathered under the title of Washington Sikh Leadership Conference, sponsored and hosted by The Sikh Council on Religion and Education, providing them the opportunity to network with their peers. The workshops and panel discussions through out the two-day conference were appropriately designed under the theme of the conference, which was 'Building Community Through Personal, Professional and Social Transformation.'"