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Oregon Students of Color Conference

The Oregon Students of Color Conference (OSoCC) provides a safe, inclusive, welcoming space for students of color, which includes queer and trans students of color and allies to express their voices and experiences. We are focused on education around social and political inequalities for students of color that includes a queer justice lens to help establish ways to continue advocacy and progress. Students will interact with community organizations and hear from keynote speakers who have created real change in society. The conference will provide great networking opportunities with hundreds of students of color, queer and trans students of color, and allies from the Pacific Northwest!

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Click here to register for the OSoCC Conference 

 

Internship Program 

The Civic Leadership Development Internship course was created to foster early involvement and increased understanding of organizing, participatory democracy, and student advocacy. You will actually earn class credit through various activisim field activities and tactics like clipboarding, campaign planning and implementation, volunteer recruitment, and leadership development! 

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Become a member of ASPSU

Often times positions open up and we need to fill vacancies in student government. We accept applications on a rolling basis and fill positions as needed. 

Click here to view our available positions

 

Volunteer 

ASPSU welcomes all students to be involved and participate in the Senate, Judicial Board and many other committees who serve PSU Students.

Click here to sign up to volunteer with ASPSU

 

Run for a position in ASPSU

All positions in student government have a 1 year term, and requires that students run for the positions. The positions that are elected are: President, Vice President, Student Fee Committee Member, Senator.

Click here to learn more about the spring ASPSU elections