APAICS Leadership Training, also Day of Dialogue and Policy Summit
APAICS: ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICAN INSTITUTE FOR CONGRESSIONAL STUDIES
Regional Leadership Academy Training and Day of Dialogue and Policy Summit
Dates and Times:
Saturday February 8, 2014, 8am-5pm –
APAICS Regional Leadership Academy Training
sessions on the Community, Values, Politics, Public Speaking, and Press Conferences)
Sunday February 9, 2014, noon-5pm –
APAICS Day of Dialogue and Policy Summit
APIA Vote Presentation on 2014 Election Data and Southern Caucus Forecast Prediction Nielsen Asian American 2014 Consumer Data Turning Civic Action into Leadership Roundtable)
Venue: The Coca Cola Company, 1 Coca Cola Plaza NW, Atlanta, GA 30313
APAICS will be hosting a training and Day of Dialogue and Policy Summit in Atlanta, GA on
February 8th and 9th. The training is for the 4th Regional Leadership Academy that APAICS is
conducting following ones in Irvine, CA, New Orleans, LA and Tacoma, WA.
The APAICS Regional Leadership Academy is a two day training program that is held in specific regions, focusing on providing guidance for Asian American and Pacific Islander stakeholders, activists and community members. By selecting certain regions to host the Leadership Academy, panelists and participants are able to hone in on issues particular to that region, or provide training that highlights the areas’ specific concerns.
This training is built to support AAPI political growth and help community leaders strengthen the skills necessary to succeed and advance in the public sector.
Register: Laila Mohib at firstname.lastname@example.org at 914-318-9226.
The Asian Pacific American Institute for Congressional Studies (APAICS) is a national nonpartisan, nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to promoting Asian Pacific American participation and representation at all levels of the political process, from community service to elected office. APAICS programs focus on developing leadership, building public policy knowledge, and filling the political pipeline for Asian Pacific Americans to pursue public office at the local, state, and federal levels.