Save the Date!
USC's Asian Pacific Islander Social Work Caucus will be holding our annual Paul Chikahisa Memorial Lecture series and Scholarship Reception on **Thursday, March 31st in the Ronald Tutor Campus Center Ballroom.**
-- About the Lecture --
Each year, USC's API Social Work Caucus hosts the Paul Chikahisa Memorial Lectureship to honor social worker Paul Chikahisa, a respected community advocate. The lectureship is established by his wife and USC alumna, Frances Chikahisa, and supported by friends, family, and community members. Since its establishment in 2010, the Chikahisa Memorial Lectureship has featured a lecturer who embodies Paul’s commitment to social work and community empowerment.
The lecture is free to all and will begin promptly at 4PM. Lecturers and details to follow!
-- About the Reception --
Following the lecture is our annual scholarship reception to raise funds for the only student-initiated endowed scholarship in the USC School of Social Work. To date, we have helped many scholarship recipients pursue their education and serve the community as knowledgeable and highly trained social workers. Please consider supporting our event by attending, purchasing advertisement space, or donating directly to the scholarship fund. Email us for inquiries at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Scholarship Reception will begin at 5:30PM. Please keep an eye out for ticket sales opening soon! Details to follow.
-- Our Mission --
The mission of the Asian Pacific Islander Social Work Caucus is to promote Asian Pacific Islander cultural awareness and provide social support for the students in the USC School of Social Work. It serves as a vehicle for advocacy within the Asian Pacific Islander community. This is accomplished through community service, solidarity, professional development, leadership and collaboration with other organizations.
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