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- Board Announcement on 2016 Principal Search
- CACA Essay Contest 3/5/2016 – NY/NJ Announcement
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- 午餐服务 Lunch service at B registration room
Seminar Time: 9:30-11:30AM Sunday, March 6, 2016
Seminar Speakers: MetLife–Ms. Eileen Zhang & Mr. Stevens J. Kasselman
Seminar moderator: Yiqiao Mao
Ms. Eileen Zhang: Functional Manager, Financial Services Representative, Investment Adviser Representative, Registered Representative, Service from 1999, Million Dollar Round Table (Court of the Table-Life Member), Chairman’s Council, President’s Conference-Life Member, Leader’s Conference (15 Times)
Mr. Stevens J. Kasselman: Licensed in NY, FL, MA, Former Adjunct Professor of Law, Founder, National Network of Estate Planning Attorneys, Practice Limited to Estate Planning and Asset Protection, Guest Speaker on CNBC
There will be DRAWING PRIZES at this seminar session.
The board has authorized the nomination committee to start the 2016 Principal search process. The committee members include Dapeng Hu, Holly Huang, Jun Lin and Michael Wu. The nomination committee is to identify and nominate potential candidates, confirm candidates’ acceptance of the nomination, review candidates’ application materials, conduct interview and check references as necessary, and recommend all qualified candidates to the Board. The board will review all candidates and vote to select the Principal.
The Principal is a volunteer position. Below are the eligibility requirements and desired qualification:
•Must have integrity and be willing to voluntarily serve the school with passion and enthusiasm
•Must be committed to the long-term growth and development of HXGNY
•People with at least one year working experience with HXGNY admin team and with proven leadership skills are strongly preferred.
To apply, please email your name, qualification and a statement of plans and ideas on how to run the school to the board hxgnyboard@googlegroups.
Board Nomination Committee
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Chinese American Citizens Alliance (CACA) is holding a national-wide Essay Contest on March 5th, 2016, 1:00pm-3:00pm for high school students currently in 9-12th grade.
The essay contest is intended to foster creative thinking and self-expression and encourage an awareness of current local and world events. Top placing finishers receive cash scholarship towards their education endeavors.
Participants are asked to compose an essay in English not to exceed 500 words on a contemporary topic concerning the Chinese and Asian American communities. The essay topic is given at the time of the contest.
Please visit CACA National Headquarter website below for more detailed contest information.
New York Contest Location:
First Chinese Baptist Church: 21 Pell Street, New York, NY 10013
To register for New York Contest please use this link.
Lunch service starts at 11:30am at the B registration room.
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