Host an ECAASU Campus Summit
Receive national support to create programming for your community.
ECAASU Campus Summits (formerly Campus Tours) are regional events coordinated with your organization or university to educate, advocate and engage students that are interested in AAPI issues and to promote a more diverse and inclusive world. We work with you to see what issues are important at your specific university, in your city or region, and create a curriculum that will help attendees gain a greater understanding of those issues, to hear different points of view, and to engage in meaningful conversation with peers and the larger AAPI community.
For many people, the ECAASU Conference is way to talk about issues often seen as taboo and to engage with others that have diverse perspectives. The ECAASU Campus Summits are a way for you to begin or to continue the conversation, and create a space in which people are actively thinking, listening and communicating with one another.
By hosting a Campus Summit, you will be able to plan your event with the ECAASU National Board in order to make sure your vision is able to come into fruition. Typically, Campus Summits are a collaborative effort with your organization and the ECAASU National Board to make your idea of the event a reality. In the past, ECAASU Campus Summits have featured networking opportunities, guest speakers, leadership development workshops, action plan trainings, and town hall discussions.
Applications are now open for the 2019 - 2020 school year and will be considered on a rolling basis until October 12, 2019 at 11:59 PM.
For more information regarding Campus Summits and to see how you can get involved, contact the Campus Summit Coordinators, Justin Chu, Mannat Thakur, and Minnie Jung at email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, and email@example.com respectively.
Campus Summits FAQ
Why should I host a Campus Summit?
Hosting a stop of the Campus Summit is a great way for your organization to identify salient issues that your campus wants to engage in. By holding a town hall and round table meeting and hearing students’ ideas, we create a launching point to create an action plan to further develop this desire for change.
For a list of possible themes for your Summit, check out our PDF: Campus Summits Themes.
How much does it cost to run a Campus Summit?
There’s no typical budget. It has cost as little as $50 and as much as $700. It depends on how simple or elaborate of an event you want to organize.
What is the time commitment for organizing this event?
As with anything, we believe that the more you put into it, the more you get out of it. The ECAASU National Board will help you to determine your goals and intended impact and continue to work with you in order to make your vision come into fruition. We believe that open communication is extremely important and will coordinate with you to see what times are best to communicate.
Who have been past speakers at these events?
Past speakers have included nonprofit directors, distinguished alumni, and of course, those on ECAASU National Board and its Board of Directors.
What does a Campus Summit really encompass?
Each Campus Summit is different, and the content and event timeline will be dependent on your goals. Possible elements include a town hall discussion, a guest speaker, workshops, and the action plan training.
Where can I get more information?
For more information regarding the campus tour and to see how you can get involved, contact the Campus Summit Coordinators, Phoebe Balascio and Tiffany Wang at firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com. For more ways to get involved with ECAASU, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.