SCPASA’s annual summit focuses on student leadership, building “kapwa”

IRVINE, CA — A full day of Pinoy pride for Filipino American college students to learn their roots and how to spread their wings as they enter the world of adulting.

“You are given so much information and knowledge that you probably never known before, so taking that and seeing that now in your lives, whether it be at school or in your family, it’s just truly amazing,” said SCPASA chair Kamille Magante.

The Southern California Pilipino American Student Alliance, or SCPASA, held its 12th annual conference at UCI, bringing in nearly 400 students representing over a dozen schools, for a day of workshops.

This year, the keynote was given by Florante and Rose Ibanez, who helped start many of the Filipino American student organizations throughout the country.

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