SCPASA Summit 2014: Tomorrow in Retrospect

Saturday, February 8, 2014
9:00 am to 5:00 pm
It is finally here! Summit is returning to UC Riverside this 2014 and it is going to be our biggest conference yet! 

The SCPASA Summit is a one-day conference that features a wide variety of speakers, activities and entertainment. It is held at the university campus of one active SCPASA member organization and this year it is Katipunan at UC Riverside.

Our keynote speaker is Dr. Allyson-Tintiangco Cubales, founder of PEP (Pinoy Educational Partnerships) and an associate professor at San Francisco State University. And for the first time ever, we have a closing speaker, Ronald W. Wong, a Chinese-Filipino man who has been appointed to serve in President Obama's Administration on the U.S. SBA Board. 

Numerous workshops are held throughout the day to give attendees various opportunities to learn about topics that concern a common theme that is chosen for that year. This year, SCPASA and Katipunan have chosen "Tomorrow in Retrospect" as the theme for Summit 2014. 

ADMISSION
Pre-Registration (Ends February 2) - $8
On-Site Registration (At the Door) - $10
With the option to donate to Typhoon Haiyan

TO PRE-REGISTER and for more Summit details, visit:
http://www.scpasa.org/summit

But -- what do I get out of Summit?
Our Summit is here to inspire, motivate, and enlighten the hundreds of thinkers, visionaries and leaders that attend the conference. This is the chance to see the world in a whole different lens by looking at our past, culture and history, while connecting with peers from people around the nation. 

Well -- what does "Tomorrow in Retrospect" mean? Khryztine Ilagan, the Programming Director of SCPASA explains, "Tomorrow in Retrospect is about making an initiative or stand towards creating a better future by looking at the past and learning from that." With our workshops promoting themes of leadership, self-identity, activism, community outreach and so much more, Summit 2014 becomes a way for the youth in the California and Nevada region to discover not only what they would like to change, but also what they can take back with them in the real world when the conference is over.