CSI Family and Friends 2012!


Never lose sight of the fact that the most important yardstick of your success will be how you treat other people – your family, friends, and coworkers, and even strangers you meet along the way.” — Barbara Bush

From its humble beginnings, CSI greatly treasures its relationships with family and friends.  CSI believes that to be a member of a family, blood relation is not the only requirement.   The CSI family consists of people, like the CSI management and staff, who share the bond and closeness, and the vision to reach one goal- to help immigrant hopefuls reach their American dream.

Through the years, CSI faced and succeeded through many different challenges.  Just like a family, CSI will not be able to go through life’s difficulties if its members do not have commitment, appreciation, quality time together, trust, rhythm, and spiritual connection.  These characteristics help strengthen the bond between the CSI family members.

Similarly, The CSI family has friends from all walks of life.  CSI friends range from students, clients, artists to client employers, who also have built a strong bond through the years, share the same passion, and support CSI in reaching its goal.

Both CSI family and friends are critical to establishing CSI’s place in the industry today.  If not for their loyalty and unending support, CSI will not be able to carry out its mission and reach its goal.  Walking hand-in-hand with family and friends make it easier and possible for CSI to surpass the challenges and complications encountered in this journey.

Check out our 2012 CSI family and friends montage below!


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