2020 Summer CPA Youth Programs Interest Form
Please fill out the following form and our staff will contact you within a week. If you aren’t sure how to answer a question you can leave it blank or write “I don’t know.”

If you have any questions, please email us at carolyn@cpasf.org

Registration is due **May 31st, 2020 at 6pm**!

**Note: Regular School year MOJO participants still need to reapply for MOJO’s summer program!
CPA’s Summer Programs

Note: people can choose to participate in one, two, or all three programs because dates and times do not overlap!

Youth Movement of Justice and Organizing (Youth MOJO) @ CPA 1042 Grant Ave:
Youth MOJO develops the leadership of Chinese high school youth in San Francisco, with a focus on social issues such as healthcare, education, immigration, and workers’ rights. Youth leaders develop leadership, communication, advocacy and organizing skills. Our program aims to empower youth to make a positive change in their community! Each year, Youth MOJO leaders must attend our Youth Leadership Retreat, which is online this year from June 8-June 11, 2020 and MOJO orientation (Fri. May 22, 2020).

Gender and Sexuality Diversities (GSD) @ CPA 1042 Grant Ave:
Gender Sexuality Diversities (GSD) Program was created in 2013 to meet the needs of Asian American youth members for a safe space to explore gender and sexuality issues. GSD supports queer, questioning and ally youth in understanding power, privilege, and oppression more deeply, as well as their own experiences around gender identity and sexual orientation. GSD is open to all youth, and is centered in supporting queer and questioning youth.

Young Men's Circle @ CPA:
YMC was created in 2017, and is a way for young cis men to gather and hold discussions with each other on questions surrounding their identity. It is also a great space to build relationships and community!

Common Roots Youth Leadership Program @ Calvary Baptist Church 5655 Mission St:
Common Roots is a 7-8 week youth leadership program for working class Chinese and Latino youth in San Francisco. Since 1997, Common Roots has been providing hands-on opportunities for youth to learn about environmental justice as well as cross-cultural and cross-racial awareness.

This summer, we are providing stipends for students who are able to commit to our program! Because of this, we are capping our membership at 20 youth. MOJO participants will be able to earn $250 for completing all requirements of the program. Participating in Common Roots as well can earn you an additional $75.

Important Dates to Note:

Youth Leadership Retreat (YLR) will be ONLINE this year (June 8-June 11,2020 2-4pm each day) and is required for MOJO participants. Common Roots participants are not required to attend.

Summer program begins June 8th to 11th with our retreat, then picks up with regular programming June 16, 2020, and ends August 10, 2020

Summer Orientation (mandatory for ALL MOJO participants) is on Fri. May 22, 2020 5-7 pm online (we will send you a link for our Zoom session)

Want to see what our program is like? Come to our open sessions on Zoom Fridays 5-7pm!
5/15: Traditional and Herbal Medicine (this session will be 4-6pm)
5/29: Fun Day
Summer 2020 Schedule (in person). If online, sessions will be reduced to an hour and a half (2-3:30)
Basics
Which Youth Program are you interested in?
Check all that apply!
Are you a current MOJO Member?
First Name *
Your answer
Last Name *
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Name you prefer we use
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Date of Birth *
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Birth City *
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Email *
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Cell Phone *
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Home Phone *
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Address *
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City: *
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Zip Code: *
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School *
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Grade (for the 2020-2021 school year) *
What is the best way to contact you? *
FB, phone (call or text), other method of contact
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What would you say best describes your gender identity? *
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What would you say best describes your sexual identity? *
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What is your race? *
If you selected Asian, what is your ethnicity? *
Do you identify as an immigrant?
If Yes, what year did you immigrate?
Your answer
Do you come from an immigrant family?
Parents are immigrants, etc.
What languages do you speak and how fluent are you in the language? *
(example: Cantonese, very fluent; Mandarin, somewhat; Spanish basics, etc)
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