Save the date for this year's camp!
August 8 - 12, 2012 (Wed-Sun)
Camp Whittier, Santa Barbara
Registration is now OPEN! REGISTER HERE!!
If you register before July 1st, and bring a new friend, you will donate less per camper!
Drop Off - Wednesday, 8/8/12, 12PM
BUS LEAVES PROMPTLY AT 1PM from to be announced location.
Late arrivals will need to arrange their own transportation to the campsite.
Pick Up - Sunday, 8/12/12, 2:30PM
The top 2 JTASA chapters that have the most camper registrations by May 31st 11:59 pm PST, will receive $50 to their club.
Visit lidcamp.org for more information.
To encourage high school students to be actively involved in the
community, the TACL, Los Angeles Chapter began its Journalism Internship
Program in 1999. Every year, TACL works with Rosemead-based weekly
newspaper Pacific Times
to provide talented high school
students an opportunity to intern in a professional environment. This
program offers students the experience of what it is like to be in the
world of journalism and media. The interns learn first hand the
production and distribution of a newspaper and benefit from interactions
with journalism professionals. In addition, the program includes
attendance to community events and volunteering activities. TACL hopes
that, through exposure to journalism and the community, the program
would foster our youth’s awareness of the multi-culture of our society
and increase their participation in fields that are traditionally
underrepresented by Taiwanese American.
To download an appilcation, visit the TACL JIP Internship website here. http://www.tacl.org/programs/tacl-leadership-development/198-journalism-internship
High school seniors & current or recently graduated college students can partake in this 9-week internship program which includes leadership, identity development, and a 3-day California State Capitol advocacy trip. A stipend will be awarded upon successful completion of the internship. http://tacl.org/programs/tacl-political-internship
The Taiwanese American Citizens League, sponsors several internships at various offices of elected officials at federal, state, and local levels. Participants learn firsthand the inner workings of the political system. The goal of this internship program is to stimulate and promote the long-term interest of future leaders in all areas of service, while developing identity and character through cultural and community awareness.
To encourage high school students to be actively involved in the community, the TACL, Los Angeles Chapter began its Journalism Internship Program in 1999. Every year, TACL works with Rosemead-based weekly newspaper Pacific Times
to provide talented high school students an opportunity to intern in a professional environment. This program offers students the experience of what it is like to be in the world of journalism and media. The interns learn first hand the production and distribution of a newspaper and benefit from interactions with journalism professionals. In addition, the program includes attendance to community events and volunteering activities.
This program is FREE OF CHARGE. Interns can earn community service hours.
To pay by check, please contact us at email@example.com. For more information, please read the press release below.
Big Bear, CA - Taiwanese American Citizens' League (TACL) presents 2011's Leadership Identity Development (LID) Winter Camp in Big Bear Mountain from February 18-21. This is the first of an annual summit that focuses on developing Asian American high school student leaders and bridging the gap between first and second generations. Designed for students ages 13-18, TACL LID’s counselors lead middle to high school students through four days of cultural workshops, team-building activities, and snow activities. In contrast to the TACL-LID Summer Camp, Winter Camp will focus more on incorporating youth into the national high school organization, Junior Taiwanese American Student Association (JTASA). While Winter Camp will have a decent amount of leadership training and confidence building, it is also an opportunity for students across Southern California to build lasting relationships. Registration for campers is available online at www.jtasa.org.
Campers will meet in a pre-determined location (details to come) to board a bus and will subsequently be transported to Big Bear Lake City where they will be housed in a spacious three-story mansion - girls on one floor, guys on another. Lodging is located in a safe neighborhood and is ten minutes away from Big Bear Mountain Resorts. All activities, except for snow activities, will be held inside the lodging area. Out of the four days of winter camp, one will be dedicated towards snow activities including, snowboarding, skiing, and sledding where the campers can have a day of fun with their new friends.
Registration begins January 18th, there are only 50 spaces available. Camper registration fee is $200 per person. Discounts are available for registering with new friends, up to $40 off.
Price - $200
1 friend - $180 ($20 off for both people)
2 friends - $160 ($40 off for both people)
If you would like to participate in either skiing or snowboarding at Big Bear Mountain Resort, the following will be added to your registration fee.
+$50 - Lift Ticket
+$70 - Lift Ticket + Equipment Rentals
+$70 - Lift Ticket + Beginner’s Lesson + Equipment Rentals
You can register online at www.jtasa.org with credit card.
Registration for the Intercollegiate Taiwanese American Student Association West Coast Conference at UC Berkeley is up! Come participate in a weekend of discovery and fun.
Help decorate a Rose Parade Float! Be a part of this world-renowned event.
Date: December 30, 2010
Location: AES Warehouse - 120 N. Aspan Ave., Azusa, CA 91702 (see map below)
Everyone is welcome...so bring your family and friends!
Shift 1 - 8:30am-1:00pm
Shift 2 - 1:00pm-5:00pm
*MUST RSVP THROUGH THIS FORM!
Visit this website for details on what to bring!
If you are volunteering with JTASA, you do not need to fill out the AES online volunteer form.
AES Decorating Rules
Attire: We suggest that all our decorators wear old grubby clothes, because this is a construction site and there is a lot of paint and glue. You may also want to bring a sweater or jacket, as sometimes it can get very cold.
Food: You are encouraged to bring a sack lunch, but a lunch truck will be available on site. There are also fast food restaurants in the area.
Age Limit: Only people 13 and older are allowed to be on scaffolding. Children ages 11 -12 may decorate in other areas.
Scissors: We suggest that you bring a pair of your own scissors.
Valuables: We do not have lockers or storage to keep sweaters, jackets, purses etc. Radios, Ipods, CDs and cassettes are not permitted. Please use cell phones outside the float building, as they interfere with our communication system.
Also, as a reminder, there is no smoking inside the float building.
Parking: AES does not accept responsibility for parking, security for decorator’s vehicles or personal property.
This is the decorator’s responsibility. Parking is available on the streets.
Come to the JTASA SoCal rally at Six Flags Magic Mountain for the "Toys for the Holidays" event on December 11th
. Anyone who brings a new, unopened toy worth $15 or more (receipt or price tag must be shown) gets in FREE
Reunite with your JTASA/LID Camp friends and meet new members of the JTASA family!
All JTASA members and past LID campers are welcome.
YOU MUST RSVP THROUGH THIS FORM BY DECEMBER 1ST!!
BUS PICKUP TIME: 9:00am
BUS PICKUP LOCATION (map included at bottom): Belvedere Park (4914 E Cesar E Chavez Ave Los Angeles, CA 90022-1309) *Please contact your chapter presidents if you need a ride to Belvedere Park
YOU MUST BRING THE SIGNED WAIVER FORM BELOW! (Click image for full size)
Artwork provided by Emily Chen and Reina Stone.