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First, Not Last: Breaking Generational Barriers
The Berkeley CLAA-LA Chapter is meant to provide resources to alumni in the LA market, and as such, we aspire to become part of the fabric that makes LA.
This year, we will focus on serving our alumni, prospective students, and overall Greater Los Angeles comunidad by ensuring that we provide learning, growing, outreach and networking opportunities that allow us to push and pull each other towards paving the way for ourselves and future generations. Our motto for the year, First, Not Last: Breaking Generational Barriers, exemplifies just that – our commitment to be a space that welcomes all members of the Los Angeles community to partake in opening doors for one another and slowly removing barriers for the next generation.
Donating to CLAA
All donations go towards scholarships and materials for hosting events. Students are encouraged to apply for a scholarship every year and will usually receive the funding awarded before the beginning of the next school year. Materials used for hosting events include decorations, food, utensils, raffle items, deposits for reserving a space, and more. Most of these items will be paid for by the monies generated through fundraising events.
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