Join us on Thursday, May 31 at 6pm for our 2018 Summer Kickoff Happy Hour at Sudhouse DC. Network with other young professionals and find out how you can get involved in CAPAL’s upcoming summer programs such as our Washington Leadership Program, AANHPI Roundtable Series and Annual Networking and Career Fair.
More About CAPAL’s Happy Hours
CAPAL happy hours serve as a regular opportunity for young professionals to network in the Washington, DC metro area. Each happy hour is themed and highlights ongoing CAPAL programs and campaigns.
The Conference on Asian Pacific American Leadership (CAPAL) seeks to empower Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) youth by increasing access to public service opportunities and building a strong AANHPI public service pipeline. We envisions a future with equitable AANHPI representation throughout all levels of government and public service.
CAPAL Summer Events List
(6/06) Washington Leadership Program: Strengthening Our Roots
(6/07) Aanhpi Roundtable Series: Erwin Tan
(6/13) Aanhpi Roundtable Series: Mini Timmaraju
(6/13) Washington Leadership Program: Who Will Take Care of Auntie?
(6/14) Aanhpi Roundtable Series: Robert Wang
(6/19) Congressional Budget Office Informational Session
(6/20) Washington Leadership Program: Education for All- The Fight for Equity
(6/21) Aanhpi Roundtable Series: Ahnna Smith
(6/27) Washington Leadership Program: Ideas to Action – Grassroots Advocacy
(6/28) Aanhpi Roundtable Series: Sameer Kwatra
(7/10) Government Accountability Office Informational Session
(7/11) Washington Leadership Program: #HeyGoogle How Do I Start a Movement
(7/12) Aanhpi Roundtable Series: Sue Zoldak
(7/16) Aanhpi Roundtable Series: David Do
(7/16) Resume Writing and Interview Workshop
(7/18) Washington Leadership Program: Preservation Through Perseverance
(7/20) Networking and Career Fair
(8/02) Summer Closing Ceremony
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