Workshop 1: Youth Track – “Get a Job!”
Tools and tips to prepare one’s self to look for work; learn the importance of a good education and career planning, goal setting, the value of community service, how to network, the good and bad of social networks and more.
Presenter: Lily Sanford, LDS Employment Resources
Workshop 2: 2010 Census Computer Lab – See write-up In Session A, Workshop 1
Workshop 3: Asian American and Pacific Islander Health issues – A distinguished professor from the University of Arizona will go over the issues of AAPI health…how language barriers, folk medicine, diet, lifestyles, professions, and distrust make it a very difficult group to educate and treat
Presenter: Howard W. Eng Ph.D., Southern Arizona AAPI Health Coalition
Workshop 4: Generation GAPS – This highly interactive workshop will explore generational differences in a fun way and how they impact our relationships and opportunities at home, work, and in the community. Learn about your peers, your “elders”, your children, and siblings. Extremely fun workshop.
Presenter: Michael S Bellotti, Linda Taylor, Eric Stopp
Workshop 5: Growing Up Asian – Best told by two examples of APIs who grew up in the United States….a Japanese woman brought up in Hawaii and an East Indian woman brought up in the northeast (Massachusetts).
Presenters: Carolyn Classen J.D. and Cheryl Biagini