9•28 Boston Citizenship Day

09/28/2019 - 09/28/2019

Citizenship Day is an annual event hosted by Project Citizenship and the Mayor’s Office for Immigrant Advancement to commemorate Constitution Day.  2019 will mark the 6th anniversary for Project Citizenship’s capstone event.  Over the course of annual citizenship days from 2014 through 2018, 1,444 applicants have applied for citizenship with the help of volunteer attorneys, law students, and community members.

“Many of Boston’s residents have come to America for a better life and more opportunities,” said Mayor Walsh. “I am committed to ensuring that all of our residents feel included in Boston’s civic life and have full access to everything our city has to offer. I am proud to sponsor Citizenship Day.”

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Keynote Speaker

Nina Liang

Quincy Councilor-at-Large

Xuan Kong

Volunteer Coordinating Committee and Town Manager Search Committee for town of Acton, senior executive at Boston-medical device company

  • Involve And Thrive To Be A Leader In all level of leadership in the society.
  • Knowing The Value You Can Create in the Community.


    April 9, 2018 Monday   6:30PM – 8:30PM


    Thomas Crane Library Quincy

40 Washington St. Quincy, MA 02169  617-376-1300   

Registration and Refreshment begin at 6:30PM


*Come join us*

to learn from the highly achieved and incredible individuals about their journeys for public service!

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CEA Civic Leadership Forum

“How to be a Board member in a

Non-profit Organization and what is the legal responsibility and liability”


Nan Pham

*How to be a Board Member in a Non-profit Organization


Attorney Connie Dai

*What is The legal responsibility and liability as a Board Member of Non-profit Organization


October 26, 2017 Thursday

8:00PM – 9:30PM

Registration and Refreshment at 7:45PM

Harvard University

B101 Northwest Building, 52 Oxford St. Cambridge MA 02138

RSVP:      Eventbrite


Printable PDF Flyer: Event Flyer   

Speaker Bio:  Speaker Bio

  • Organized by Civic Education Alliance (CEA) - Leadership Development Program
  • Sponsored by CLF Foundation (CLFF) under Civic Leadership Forum Grant
  • Co-sponsored  by Asian Pacific Islander American Public Affairs Association (APAPA-GBC)
  • Co-hosted by Harvard U.S. –China Economic Interaction Council (HUCEIC)


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Free Leadership Development program on Public Speaking Training

領導者訓練 - 公眾演說

Civic Education Alliance (CEA) with have two class for Leadership Development Program – Public Speaking Training. It is a 2 hours session on 3 Saturday training.

First class: 9/9/2017, 9/16/17, 9/23/17

Second class: 10/7/14, 10/14/17, 10/23/17

Contact person: Frank Poon 617-686-4359

Public Speaking training

Day one

What is public speaking?

How does it benefit you? Job interview, promotion, selling products/services, workshop, seminars, fund raising, advocating, etc.

About Yourself

What type of person/personality you are? Strong, convincing, story teller, persuaded, commanding, sympathy, news reporter, etc.

What do you want to deliver?

The target audience

What kind of audience? Age group, educational background, languages, etc.

Assisting materials

Printed materials

Slideshows, sound effect, guests, etc.

How to sell yourself. Introduction of yourself

Team Work: team development: Emcees, research team, speaker. (3 people or more per team)

Prepare for unexpected – Q&A

Emcee – Thank you to audience, organizers, special note/reminder, Introduce speaker.

Speaker – Welcome everyone, about yourself, main speech.

Audience (Ask question)


Day two

Video and discussion


Day three - 3 teams





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APAPA-GBC Grand Opening

06/25/2017 - 06/25/2017


Sunday, June 25, 2017 | 2:30 PM – 5:00 PM
2:30 PM – 3:30 PM Registration/Reception | 3:30 PM – 5:00 PM Dinner Program
China Pearl
237 Quincy Avenue
Quincy, Massachusetts 02169


“Empowering and Engaging”

Civic Education Alliance (CEA)

Empowering the grassroots community in Improving Civic Participation through Education and Engagement.


Upcoming programs include:

  • Civic Leadership Forum
  • Establish Resources Electronic library for understanding Government and Corporation role
  • TV and Multimedia program on “Understand the United States of America” and discussion group
  • Community Services – build support and connection to the community
  • Citizenship assistance
  • Develop volunteer opportunity
  • Encourage involvement to experience and understand the critical community needs
  • Arrange visit to government and corporate office
  • Develop internship opportunity
  • Exchanging Cultural Knowledge

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