Thank you for your interest in OCA/State Farm APIA U: Leadership. APIA U: Leadership provides Asian/Pacific Islander American (APIA) student leaders and activists a unique training that focuses on development of leadership and organizational skills that are relevant to APIA campuses and communities.
Please sign up for the training nearest to you. If you have any questions, please e-mail Mary Dynne Montante ( 
PLEASE NOTE: The deadline to register is the Tuesday before the week of the training date. This will ensure that we get enough materials and food for the training. Please let us know if you have any special circumstances.

If the selection is CLOSED, the deadline has passed or the number of allowed participants has been reached.
*All students who register receive 1 year FREE student membership!*
How did you find out about the training?
Academic Status
Please answer the following questions so we can best assess the needs in your region before the training. These questions are optional.  We encourage all students to fill the questions out no matter their experiences.  We are looking for all students to come out to the training!
Please rate your involvement in the APIA community on campus in terms of your involvement on a scale of 1-5 with 5 being the most involved and 1 being the least involved.
Competency: Knowledge of Cultural Self in Relation to Others
(1 is lowest, 5 is highest)
Ability to acknowledge diverse experiences within APIA communities
Ability to identify issues that you care about in relation to your cultural identity
Awareness of APIA stereotypes in greater society and their potential impact on you
Competency: Interpersonal Communication Skills
(1 is lowest, 5 is highest)
Ability to critically listen and demonstrate understanding of others
Ability to critically express yourself and demonstrate understanding of interpretations others may have of you
Knowledge of strategies to compensate for power and diversity dynamics in interpersonal relations
Competency: APIA Social Justice Education
(1 is lowest, 5 is highest)
Ability to demonstrate understanding of contemporary APIA issues
Understanding of how historical social advocacy has led to transformations that impact you
Knowledge of national resources and points of entry for advocacy
One of many ways to demonstrate value of the APIA U Leadership Training 101 program is through inclusion and publications of testimonials from student participants. They are published in educational and program advancement materials in order to inform the community and other interested parties about the leadership training. The materials may also be posted on the OCA website, OCA-Chapter websites and social networking sites. The goal is to positively recognize participants, networking opportunities and share the APIA U leadership training experience.

I hereby give my consent for: Photographs Videotapes Audiotapes Testimonials
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