We hope all is well and that you're getting enough sleep with midterm fever! While your schedule starts cramming, we want to remind you of our Last GBM- "What Kind of Asian are You?", Community Outreach Program, and Sakura Sunday Volunteering!
Last GBM- "WHAT KIND OF ASIAN ARE YOU?"
As artists, sports figures, and icons, they all have one thing in common and that is an Asian Heritage.
For our last general body meeting of the semester, we will be exploring the Asian-American Identity. If you've ever had any questions, thoughts, experiences about this identity, this is the meeting for you. Through comedy, spoken word, entertainment, and media, we hope to bring our community closer together with this discussion. We'll also be having lots of games, free giveaways, and special guests that you don't want to miss!
WHEN-->> THURSDAY, APRIL 2nd
WHERE-->> HGSC 217D
TIME-->> 5:30 PM
For more information please check out our Facebook event page at on.fb.me/1mLCsMk
TUASA is all-inclusive organization; we welcome students from all backgrounds!
Community Outreach Program
Do you want to get more involved in Philly? Join Philadelphia Councilman David Oh's APA Voter Registration Drive/Community Outreach Program with TUASA!
The program will explore and take you to Philadelphia's various banquets/fundraisers/elderly care homes/youth programs to inform and educate the APA community about beneficial government resources such as the language access card, voter registration form in multiple languages, and public school enrollment information for immigrants with children.
There's still spots available for you, sign up here! http://bit.ly/PhillyCO
To those who signed up, Orientation will be Saturday 2:00 pm 4/5/14 in City Hall conference room 319. It will be an hour long! There will be another orientation if people miss the first one, next Thursday at 5:30 pm 4/10/14.
Sakura Festival Volunteering
The Cherry Blossom Festival is back and TUASA will be volunteering at Sakura Sunday once again! We will be assisting people at the gates, keeping the lines in order, scanning tickets, checking for wristbands, and passing out maps. Don't miss this opportunity to volunteer and enjoy the celebration!
The festival will be on Sunday, April 13th. Don't forget to mark your calendars!
Sign up now before it's too late! Click here-->> bit.ly/SakuraSun
Find out more about Sakura Sunday here-->> bit.ly/1hj2IFN