Third Silicon Valley and China Volunteer Community Service Forum

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The Silicon Valley Women Association
Cordially invites you to:
Third Silicon Valley and China Volunteer Community Service Forum

  • Keynote Speakers included Volunteers of Community Service, Mayors and Non-profit organization Leaders 
  • Meet college and graduate students from China who are attending Stanford VIA program (These students are from Sun Yat-Sen university, Nanjing university, Qinghua, Lingnan university). 
  • Share resources and ideas 
  • Exchange information and learn from others

Date/Time: Saturday, August 8th from 1:30 – 4:30 pm
Location:    Squire, Sanders & Dempsey L.L.P.
                  600 Hansen Way
                  Palo Alto

1:30 - 2:00 pm Registration and Networking
2:00 - 3:30 pm Keynote speeches (10 minuets for each             speaker)
1) Aileen Kao, Former mayor, City of                                    Saratoga,  http://www.saratoga
2)Ben Strong, Director of  The Asia-US Service-Learning         Program, Volunteers in ASIA (VIA),  http://viaprograms. org/
3)Student, VIA AUSL program 
4)   Vivian Jiang, UC Berkeley graduate student
5) Wujing Harrison, The ZiGen Fund, Executive Director,     http://www.zigen. org/
6) Cindy Zheng, President, The Minority Business Training     & Development Foundation (MBTDF), http://www.mbtdf. org/
7)Kris Wang, Mayor of                                                           Cupertino http://www.kriswang .com/blog/
8) XiaoFeng Zhang, Board of Directors, SVWA,  http://www.svwomen. org/
3:30 - 4:00 pm Discussion panel and close mark
How to promote VIA Service-Learning Program and raise scholarship fund for Volunteers in China ?

4:00 - 4:30 Pm
Present Award Certificates:

Aileen Glasgow of President Silicon Valley Women Association

Doris Lee of Executive Vice President Silicon Valley Women Association

High School students can sign up to volunteer to setup for the forum and earn community service hours for their time.

Betty Ge, VP of Community Services, SVWA, http://www.svwomen. org