Political science student Trinity Huynh ’24 will represent Chapman University as a participant in the 2023 Independent California Colleges Advocate Program (ICCAP).

Organized by the Association of Independent California Colleges and Universities (AICCU), ICCAP gives students the opportunity to participate in public policy decisions while gaining hands-on experience talking to elected state officials about issues relating to higher education.

The six-month hybrid program is designed to help aspiring student leaders develop and strengthen their advocacy, leadership and communication skills that will equip them as life-long engaged citizens and leaders. Participants are expected to commit three to five hours per week to the program, for which they will receive a total of three semester internship credits.

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