The Asian American Institute's annual leadership conference is Saturday, March 16, 8am-5pm, and a group of Columbia students is going!
AALF will include 4 tracks: Professional Leadership Development,
Advocacy, Community Building, and Youth Empowerment. In each track,
attendees will participate in 2 morning workshops and then have the
opportunity to self-select a skills building workshop for their
afternoon workshop. These afternoon workshops include: Public Speaking
and Presentation Skills, My Voice Will be Heard - What an Effective Legislative Visit Looks Like, Digital Storytelling, and Mentoring and Coaching.
AALF is a great opportunity to network with Asian American leaders from
different sectors (Legal, Nonprofit, Student, and Corporate), continue
to develop personal leadership skills, and learn more about our
community as a whole.
More info on the conference:
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW:
Asian American Cultural Affairs has up to 10 slots for Columbia students. Tickets are normally $30, but for you? Only $5!
HOW TO GET A TICKET:
If you are interested in attending, please bring a **$30.00 DEPOSIT**
to Ramona Gupta's office (Multicultural Affairs, 618 S. Michigan, 4th
floor) by 9am Thursday, March 14 to reserve your ticket. On the day of the conference, you will
get $25.00 back. There are only 10 spots available, so act fast! We will
form a waiting list if all tickets become reserved.
Email Ramona Gupta at firstname.lastname@example.org or drop by her office at 618 S. Michigan, 4th floor.
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