A family away from home.

Whether you are a freshman or a returning member, welcome. CASA is a student organization on campus dedicated to providing new and old students with a place to celebrate Chinese culture and meet new people. Don’t be discouraged! This organization is not reserved solely for Chinese American students. We have a multi-cultural melting pot of a family and we unite under social, cultural, and community-based interests. Stay tuned for upcoming GMs, family events, weekend retreats, tailgates, and much more!

Upcoming Events:

USC CASA’s 2nd GM: Meet Your Family + KBBQ 
Thursday, September 11 6:45PM @ THH 202
Get sorted into families, meet and play games with your new family, and stick around to get KBBQ afterwards!

 

Welcome Back Party
Friday, September 12; time and location TBD
Snacks, “refreshments,” and more mingling!

 

USC CASA is proud to welcome our executive board for the 2014-2015 school year!

President – Ray Huang
EVP – Charlene Nguyen
IVP – Sarah Vu
Secretary/Treasurer – Jeff Wang
Funding
 – Jiawei Chen
Alumni Relations Director – Tyler Chan
Athletics Director – Roland Wen
C3 Representative – Heidi Homma
Culture Show Directors – Kristie Ko, Nico Ransinangue
Cultural-Community Director – Jason Chen
Events Director – Jenn Tran
General Staff – Calvin Huang
Publicity Director – Alex Barthelemy
Publicity Director/Webmaster – Michelle Huang
Social Director – Holly Liu
Historian – Emily Levin
Senior Advisors – Justine Huang, Sandra Luo
Staff Advisor – Jerry Lin

Follow Us!

We have exciting events coming up, so make sure to add our events to your calendar. To keep up with USC CASA, visit our Facebook group page. See you there!

 

Outside of USC CASA

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Students from other countries often have the opportunity to travel during spring, summer, and winter breaks. If you are looking to travel to Israel during one of your breaks from school, make sure to research flights and hotels well in advance. Websites, like roomorama, have results that are easy to sort and provide great customer reviews so you know exactly what you are getting before you pay for it.

Often times, the students that are leaders in extra-curricular groups go on to become leaders in the work environment as well. If you have the education, the background and the experience for an upper-level management position, but you’re not sure where to start, get connected with an executive search firm. There are a number of organizations with representatives looking to connect talented individuals with corporations looking to fill ceo jobs and related executive positions.