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Sorry for the confusion, in the previous email the wrong date was given.
The correct day for the event, Tuesday, November 26th, is shown in the
email below.

To Whom This May Concern:

Hello, this is SCORE (the Student Community for Outreach, Retention and
Excellence), a student organization dedicated to helping undergraduate
minority students at the University of Maryland, not only in terms of their
grades, but in terms of application of their knowledge to the outside world
in terms of academics, research, and future jobs. Our organization strives
to inform the student community community of activities and events that
encourage student involvement and increase awareness of the various
opportunities available to them on campus. Every year, SCORE organizes
established programs and works hard to implement new ones.

We are looking to hold an event on November 26th titled "How To Be
Successful In STEM". Part of the event is a panel that students can utilize
by asking questions about how the panelists were able to find their niche
on campus and successfully make their way through college.

We were hoping you could spread this event throughout your organization, to
STEM majors or anyone interested. If you have alumni that you believe would
be helpful/informative, it would be greatly appreciated as well if you
could give us their contact information. We hope to make it an event that
everyone can benefit from, not only in terms of obtaining ideas for their
time left at UMD, but also just for advice, in terms of grad school,
research and even medical school, for those interested. The event
would be *Tuesday,
November 26th at 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM in Room 1111 in the Kim Engineering
Building.*

Of course,* food will be provided* and there will be some fun.

Hope to see you there!

Regards,
SCORE

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