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CommunicASIANS Spring 2009

CommunicASIANS Spring 2009

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cover graphic by Katherina Huong Nguyen
communicASIANS 
is published quarterlyby the Stanford University Asian American Activities Center (A³C). Views expressedin
communicASIANS 
are those of thewriters and do not necessarily representthe opinions of the A³C.
communicASIANS 
 welcomes all signed letters of opinion,which are subject to editing for length,accuracy, and grammar. Asian American Activities CenterOld Union Clubhouse- 2nd FloorStanford, CA 94305-3064
Service: A Way of LIfe ...............................................................................3
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Got CAPS?
 
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Meet the Asian American CAPS counselors!How do you weigh the benefits of donating time or money to AAPI causes?
The Value of a Dollar.........................................................................6 What’s Keeping AAPI from Entering the Public Service Sector?.......4
The cultural implications of low numbers of AAPI in the public service sector
 A Conversation with Cari Chen
 
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A Stanford alumna talks about her experiences with philanthropy
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 Asian Pacific Islander (API) Heritage Month
 
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What you should expect in the upcoming month of May for API Heritage Month
Public Service: Luxury or Responsibility?
 
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There’s light at the end of the tunnel - service as an opportunity in this economy.
 Wanted: Volunteers (Reward: $4000)
 
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USAservice.org as a tool for citizens in answering President Obama’s call to service
Design for Social Change ........................................................................10
Innovative methods to help you realize your public service goals
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Spring & Summer ‘09 Opportunities........................................................12
A list of four service opportunities to try in the upcoming months and school year
Senior Reflection
 
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Reflections on Dartmouth
 
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A student responds to the Dartmouth appointment of an Asian American president
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programming
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We’ve generated a survey with questions regarding the publication of CommunicASIANS. We’d love to hear from you!To provide us with some very helpful feedback, please visit the following link:
http://a3cservices.stanford.edu/communicasians/survey
We look forward to reading your comments and suggestions!
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communic A SIANS
 spring 2009, XIV, issue no.2

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