CACF TRAINS the next generation of leaders for our community through CACF’s Social Justice Leadership Institute, Asian American Student Advocacy Project
CACF operates two programs, Social Justice Leadership Institute (SJLI) and Asian American Student Advocacy Project (ASAP) to build social justice leaders. Through trainings that equip youth, parents, and community based organizations, CACF empowers others with the skills on HOW to be heard and advocate for change in supportive and collaborative spaces.
SJLI workshops and trainings are available to our Member groups at free or reduced costs, and range from advocacy day preparation to multi-day training series aimed to improving communications, outreach and storytelling. To join and become a member today, please fill out this form HERE.
ASAP is a leadership program designed for New York City high school students to learn about educational equity in a APA context. Our ASAPers have organized meetings with the New York City Department of Education, created policy recommendations and most importantly, learned to think critically and ask questions.
If you are a New York City high school youth interested in joining ASAP and learning how to further engage your community, please fill out this form HERE.