Established in by a small group of Southern Methodist University students and educators, this one-of-a-kind conference aims to educate and reach out to the tremendously growing population of Asian- American students. Because of the many different issues and concerns that affect the everyday lives of Asian-American youth, there is a clear need for role models who understand the different journeys that these youths have traveled and who can resolve the vast issues they face. The conference offers a medley of speakers and workshops that address a comprehensive array of Asian-American topics from domestic cultural conflicts to leadership and career planning. The speakers and workshops will help provide students with knowledge and insight necessary to become successful in an increasingly competitive world.
At Exponential Conference, Asian American Leaders Convene
Asian-American and Pacific Islander Special Emphasis Program | U.S. Department of the Interior
AAA is a collaborative organization that seeks to work with APIA and all students of color groups at Columbia to reach out to members of the university and the outside community at large. We aim to promote understanding, foster dialogue, and create a sense of awareness within Columbia University. One of the largest organizations at Columbia University, the Asian American Alliance has over 1, members on its mailing list represented by all schools and disciplines of the undergraduate, graduate, faculty, and administrative population of the University as well as individuals and organizations beyond Columbia. Our board comprises of 30 students from the 4 undergraduate colleges at Columbia. Our purpose is to educate ourselves and others, to organize, and to mobilize. We seek to cultivate a common understanding and a greater respect for the APIA community.
New Faces of Leadership in the Asian American and Pacific Islander Community
News : by Sampan. Making It Count! As we mark AAWIL's decade milestone, join us for the conference as we reflect upon our personal and collective experiences and continue paving our futures as Asian American women.
The sponsor of each non-DOI site below is identified, but no endorsement of outside organizations or opinions is implied. UCLA's Asian American Studies Center , contributing to an understanding of the long neglected history, rich cultural heritage, and present position of Asian Americans in our society. Asian American Government Executives Network AAGEN , founded in , is a non-partisan organization of the highest ranking Asian Pacific American career and appointed executives, judiciary members, and military officers in the Federal, state, and local governments. Organization of Chinese Americans OCA , founded in , is a national non-profit, non-partisan advocacy organization dedicated to securing the rights of Chinese American and Asian American citizens and permanent residents through legislative and policy initiatives at all levels of the government.