27th Annual Leadership Conference by FAPAC

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The goal of FAPAC is to help the next generation of leaders by being of support to you!

They want you to be part of the expected pipeline of new talent to be recruited into the Federal Government whose jobs are more stable and secure than almost anywhere else!  In this economy, you owe it to yourself to see about all the benefits and advantages to joining them!

To register for the Youth Career Day, please visit www.fapac.org/conference. Once registered you get:
  • One day FREE admission for students to attend not only the highly-anticipated career fair but also a number of informative workshops and meet some energetic mentors at the Grand Hyatt Atlanta at Buckhead on May 2.
  • A special opportunity to hear and meet with a panel of representatives from agencies and all military branches from across the Federal Government who are eager to talk with you about joining them either as future interns or employees (and yes, they are specifically reaching out to members of the Asian/Pacific Islander community!).
  • The ability to put your own career path on the fast track as you gain insight from seasoned and accomplished professionals whose life lessons can help you leverage your time by learning from the experiences of those who have come before you, thus helping to prevent you from wasting invaluable time in this fast-paced world. 
  • The awesome opportunity to make new friends and to create new memories that will last a lifetime!
If you have any questions please contact Kin Wong, President, at 202.366.0626 or Ms Grace Spence, Conference Chair, at 202.422.6913.

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