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OCT
15

CASPY Big Sibs/Volunteer Sign-ups

Sunday, November 15, 2014. Yale University.

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The Chinese Adopted Siblings Program for Youth, also known as CASPY, is a biannual cultural event held on Yale campus. Directed towards families with adopted Chinese children, it seeks to educate and inform both parents and children about the Chinese culture in a fun and relaxed setting. This year, we need your help! Sign up to be a Big Sib or Volunteer!

CASPY Schedule (Nov 15th):

  • 11am-12pm Meet Little Sibs
  • 12pm-1pm Lunch
  • 1pm-3pm Kid's and Teen's Workshops
  • 3pm-4pm CASPY Talent Show

Big Sibs must be available from 11am to 4pm on Nov 15th.

  • Big Sibs of the Kid's Program will take their Little Sib through a nightmarket of Chinese activities.
  • Teen leaders of the Teen's Program will serve as group leaders, and participate in activities such as craft-making and discussion groups.

Sign up here: Big Sib Registration Form

If you just don't have the time to be a Big Sib, consider being a volunteer! We have a few different volunteer shifts available for Nov 15th.:

  • 11am-1pm : Registration Volunteer
  • 11pm-1pm : Lunch Volunteer
  • 1pm-3pm : Workshop Volunteer (Kid's or Teen's)
  • Variable Times: Photographer Volunteer

Sign up here: Volunteer Registration Form

Please sign up by Nov 7th. Please email qiaonan.zhong@yale.edu and lisa.zheng@yale.edu with questions.

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OCT
01

CASA Board Meetings

Every Sunday, 7-8 pm in WLH 115

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Come join CASA Board at our weekly board meetings, Sundays 7-8 PM in WLH 115! If you are looking to get more involved, this is the place to be! Come help us plan events! We would love to hear your ideas :)

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JAN
25

CASPY Board 2015 is looking for people who are interested in working with and for children on generating fun and warmth in the form of crafts, games, and bonding with Yalies!

Each year, our Kids Program Committee plans the activities for 100+ adopted Chinese children from all around the Tri-State area to engage them with their Chinese background, which encompasses a vibrant and rich culture that they might not be exposed to otherwise.

If you love playing with adorable Chinese children and sharing your passion for Chinese culture, join the Kids Program Committee to make their visit to Yale a truly memorable experience! This includes planning and implementing 10 rooms of activities, plus outdoor activities. Indoor activities usually include face painting, chalk drawing, calligraphy, photo booth, a zodiac related craft, and a Chinese play for the coordinators to perform.

Please contact Chelsea Guo at qiaozhi.guo@yale.edu if you are interested in joining.

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