What’s important to you? Let your ASUC Elected Officials know through the Advocacy Agenda survey!

What’s important to you? Let your ASUC Elected Officials know through the Advocacy Agenda survey!

Hello Student Leaders!
As students at the number one public university in the world, we, as your student government, know that you and the rest of the Cal student body are full of passions. Our passions as Cal students range from civic engagement to higher education policy to sustainability to issues concerning our very own communities and everything in between. When someone walks down Sproul plaza, what that person will see are student organizations tabling for all kinds of reasons. Whether it’s to make other students laugh or to educate others on a global human rights issue or to invite other students to join a social organization, it’s pretty clear to anyone that steps on the Cal campus that we are a vibrant student community that truly cares about our University and our impact on the world. And now, as the ASUC Senate is developing it’s annual mission statement called the ASUC Advocacy Agenda, we challenge you to answer one question: What is important to you?
Let us know by completing the Advocacy Agenda survey (it takes two minutes) and letting your voice be heard in your student government: http://tinyurl.com/ASUCAdvocacyAgenda
Thank you for all that you do for our campus community, and we look forward to continue serving and representing you as your ASUC Elected Officials.
Sincerely,
Justin Sayarath
University of California, Berkeley
B.A. Economics | Class of 2013
Sayarath.Justin@gmail.com | (619) 313-3737 | www.justinsayarath.com

Executive Vice President | Associated Students of the University of California (ASUC) | UC Berkeley Student Government | 2012-2013

Senator | Associated Students of the University of California (ASUC) | UC Berkeley Student Government | 2011-2012
Senior Adviser | Caliber Magazine
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