Asian pacific youth leadership conference
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I am requesting your help in disseminating to your students information about a statewide conference sponsored by the Asian Pacific Youth Leadership Project APYLP , a nonprofit organization. The high school conference offers group workshops on leadership development, cultural identity and awareness, the legislative process, and public speaking skills as well as an opportunity to participate in mock legislative sessions and to hear from elected officials and prominent speakers from the Asian and Pacific Islander community. Fifty juniors and seniors will be selected from the statewide applicants to participate in the conference on April 11—14, , in Sacramento. APYLP will pay all expenses for the participants including travel, lodging, and meals through sponsorships from private corporations, higher education institutions, professional organizations, and individuals. Please share information about this conference to all interested students. The organization is especially interested in reaching students who have leadership potential but have difficulty developing or realizing that potential due to language, economic, cultural, or other barriers.
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Each year, close to high school students, selected from multiple school districts, both public and private, from Oregon and SW Washington attend the Asian American Youth Leadership Conference. It is important to note that the student ambassador will work with the support of an adult school staff, who is usually the same person chaperoning at the conference. Applications were due on February 28,