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My name is Juliet Shen and I am the Professional Development Coordinator for the East Coast Asian American Student Union (ECAASU) National Board. As a national, student-leader run organization, ECAASU’s mission is to inspire, educate, and empower those interested in the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) issues.
I wanted to let you know about two of ECAASU’s initiatives to connect with students, the Campus Ambassador Program (for individuals) and the Affiliate Organization Program (for organizations). These programs would be a great start to working with others and other organizations that work on AAPI work across the East Coast.
The Campus Ambassador Program allows students across the East Coast to network and organize on national and local scale initiatives actively contributing to projects, campaigns, coalition building and grassroots activism through ECAASU National.
The Affiliate Organization Program aims to connect organizations directly with ECAASU and other student organizations on the East Coast. Additionally, this program will work as a resource on how to successfully organize Asian American and Pacific Islander focused events and programs on both a national and local scale. The deadline for this application is October 27, 2013 11:59 PM EST. Feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or concerns.
Please visit our website at www.ecaasu.org to learn more about our organization and programs and share this opportunity with other student organizations that have an interest in being more involved with the AAPI community.
We are currently accepting applications for these programs, and I didn’t want you to miss the chance to apply!
Please share this opportunity with other students who may be interested. We hope to see your application.
With Congress being the boys’ club that it is we are already seeing how their ideas of policy are hurting women. Women are being jeopardized in this immigration reform battle where instead of focusing on issues of immigration like family visas they’re talking about more money into the border and drones and a bunch of things that will not keep families together and will not support our communities.
Originally by @livlylife
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