CAUSE Leadership Academy Kickoff

CAUSE Leadership Academy Kickoff





The CAUSE Leadership Academy Kickoff brings together elected officials, community leaders, and families to welcome the 2018 class of Leadership Academy interns!




KEYNOTE SPEAKER


Tami Bui


Associate Vice President for Government and Community Relations at Cal State Fullerton
CAUSE Board Member




Business/business casual attire is appropriate.


Parking is avaialble at 416 S. Boylston Street. It is a 2-minute walk to the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce. See below for directions:





Meet the 2019 Leadership Academy interns!


Read more about them here.












Amanda Yuen
Rising Sophomore at Johns Hopkins University


Amber Chong
Rising Sophomore at Scripps College


Amy Ho
Rising Junior at the University of California, Los Angeles


Angela Wang
Rising Senior at the University of Southern California


Brandon Tabata
Incoming Freshman at the University of California, Riversid


Lena Nguyen
Rising Junior at the University of California, Los Angeles


Maamoloa Finau
Rising Junior at Pierce College


Matthew Lee
Rising Senior at the University of Southern California


Maya Wong
Rising Sophomore at the University of California, Merced


Nina Long
Rising Junior at the University of California, Los Angeles


Olivia Dulai
Rising Sophomore at the University of California, Berkeley


Shekinah Deocares
Graduating Senior of California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo


Shumin He
Graduating Senior at Haverford College


Thanh Mai


Yangqing Lei


The 2019 CAUSE Leadership Academy is generously sponsored by















ABOUT CLA


The CAUSE Leadership Academy (CLA), is a nine-week paid internship program for college undergraduates that prepares the next generation to lead and represent the Asian Pacific American (APA) community.


Founded in 1991 as the California Asian American Student Internship Coalition (CASIC), CLA’s goal is to develop a pipeline of civic leadership for the APA community. As the fastest growing community in the United States, it is key that representation and leadership in the public, private, and non-profit sectors keep pace with our country’s changing demographics.


Through CLA, students are exposed to thought leaders, policymakers, and the issues of the day. Interns gain a deeper awareness of the civic issues facing the APA community in California. By the program’s end, students will have an understanding of how to engage in the politics of the day to affect the change they want to see in the world. Graduates of this program have gone on to run for political office and become leaders in politics, business, and nonprofits.

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