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Aw, so cute! This is the first conference organized by AAA that helps high school kids acquire "history, information, leadership skills":

A crossroad represents a point at which a crucial decision must be made that will have far reaching consequences. As of the 2005 census, almost 15 million Americans identify as Asian or Pacific Islander. While the APIA community has come a long way in terms of overcoming discrimination, fighting stereotypes, having representation in sports, media, politics, business and various other areas of society, we still have a lot to learn from each other and ourselves. We still have a lot that we can accomplish.

The Asian American Alliance at Columbia University will host its first ‘Crossroads’ leadership conference on Saturday, April 25th, 2009. All high school students are encouraged to apply. Delegates will work closely with student leaders at Columbia University. We hope to provide delegates with information, history, leadership skills, and a network of peers from which they can benefit from to become the next of generation of leaders.

An application process is required. The link to the application is here. All interested students are strongly encouraged to apply.
Deadline: APRIL 3RD at 11:59PM

Please email us at aaacrossroads@gmail.com with questions, comments, concerns, etc.

Hope to see you there!
Where the hell was this when I was a sad little freshman, with a sad little grey Jansport, scouring the hallways of Bronx Science? Oh right, I was wasting away in the yearbook office, but that's a story for another day. (BTW, I still wear that Jansport everywhere, ah, sentimental objects.)

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