Educational Opportunity Program Student Association InfoSession


Come and join the Educational Opportunity Program Student Association (EOPSA)!

EOPSA is a newly-revived, student-run organization that serves to provide a space for students who identify as low-income, first generation college students. EOPSA is an opportunity to cater to the needs to the growing number of EOP students by providing a student-run space outside of professional staff.
The purpose of this organization is help foster leadership and community within the EOP community through the following:
● Maintain constant and open communication within the EOP Community
● Support and coordinate community events
● Enhance networking through professional development
● Address community concerns and resolve conflict among the community
● Foster diversity, multiculturalism, and unity among the students in EOPSA
● Cultivate academic enhancement
  EOPSA will also strive to work closely alongside the Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) office at UC Berkeley, which has served students since 1964.
For more information about getting involved and potential leadership positions available for next semester, come to the EOPSA informational held on Thursday, April 25th from 5:30PM-6:30PM in 103 Wheeler.
Attached to this email is also an officer application form- you can take a look at some of the positions offered, as well as a more in-depth look at some of the things we will be doing next year. Applications are due Tuesday, April 30th by 5PM!
You are more than welcome to spread the word and tell anyone who is interested in getting involved, EOP student or not, to come out to the informational next Thursday.
Please feel free to contact Sikai Song (, Josh Tovar (, or Nathaniel Tan ( with any questions, comments, or concerns.
Hope to see you there!

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