The Student Program is Free to all Students!
2023 NLTP Student Program
Wednesday, May 10, 2023 | 9am -5 pm PST
THIS EVENT WILL BE IN-PERSON ONLY AT THE WESTIN LONG BEACH, 333 E. OCEAN BLVD LONG BEACH CA 90802
TARGET AUDIENCE: UNDERGRADUATE AND GRADUATE STUDENTS
Students are asked to use their school email address with .edu extension to register for the Student Program
CALLING ALL MAJORS! STEM, CYBERSECURITY, COUNTERINTELLIGENCE, CRIMINAL JUSTICE, SOCIAL SCIENCES, COMMUNICATIONS, BUSINESS, LIBERAL ARTS
The FEDERAL ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICAN COUNCIL (FAPAC) is inviting Undergraduate, Graduate, and recent graduates to an IN-PERSON student event that is FREE to all Students! All majors are invited including STEM, Cybersecurity, Counterintelligence, Criminal Justice, Social Science, Communications, Business and Liberal Arts majors.
2023 National Leadership Training Program – Student Program
DATE: Wednesday, May 10, 2023
TIME: 9am -5 pm PST
LOCATION: Westin Long Beach Hotel, 333 E. Ocean Blvd., Long Beach, CA 90802
Please utilize your school email address with .edu extension to register for the Student Program
REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED SO WE KNOW HOW MANY STUDENTS TO EXPECT
About the Event:
The NLTP Student Program is designed to be engaging and to foster dialogue on personal and career development. There are a myriad of agencies and internship opportunities that exist in the U.S. Federal Government. There are hundreds of Federal agencies and commissions that make up the United States government are responsible for so much – from protecting the health of Americans, preserving the forests, ensuring the safety of the country’s borders, to advancing the general welfare of the American people. To see a full listing of Federal Agencies, Departments and Commissions, visit https://www.usa.gov/agency-index.
Our talented and authentic speakers and panelists will be thrilled for you to join us! They will discuss their own career journeys, offer their expertise and insight into various career topics, and will reflect on the choices which have led them to their current path. The program includes a plenary opening session, panels introducing internship pathways throughout the Federal Government and workshops on the application process and how to navigate through the www.USAJobs.gov platform.
Greeting to Students
Spot Light Speaker – Lorna Mae Devera
OPM Workshop #1: How to Write a Federal Resume
OPM Workshop #2: How to Navigate USAJOBS
"Financial Literacy 101 for College Students" presented by FedAdvantage
Panel Discussions by:
BRING YOUR LAPTOPS AND YOUR RESUMES SO YOU CAN FOLLOW ALONG AND ASK QUESTIONS
If you have any additional questions or need further assistance please contact Katherine Toth at Katherine.Toth@fapac.org or Sandra Sherlock at Sandra.Sherlock@fapac.org.