Sincethe CIA has increased collaboration with a number of Asian Pacific American professional and community organizations to organize events around the country. We read every letter, fax, or e-mail we receive, and we will convey your comments to CIA officials outside OPA as appropriate. However, with limited staff and resources, we simply cannot respond to all who write to us.
Diversity Best Practices has put together a list of key organizations serving the Asian-American and Pacific Islander community. Ascend is the largest, non-profit Pan-Asian organization for business professionals in North America. Established inAscend has grown to serve professionals and corporations across various professions and across multiple industries.
For the High School Scholarship, download the application here. For the Undergraduate Scholarship, download the application here. For the Graduate Scholarship, download the application here.
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 Centercontributing 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 AAGENfounded inis 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.
Read more. Need admin access? NAAAP is an all-volunteer, Pan-Asian American, professional organization that promotes the career advancement and leadership development of Asian American professionals in all fields through networking, respecting Asian multiculturalism, and supporting diversity and community service.
Find it Here! The Philadelphia Chapter of the National Association of Asian American Professionals NAAAP-Philadelphia is a non-profit, c 3all-volunteer, Pan-Asian American professional organization that promotes the career advancement and leadership development of Asian American professionals in all fields through networking, respecting Asian multiculturalism, and supporting diversity and community service. There are currently 25 chapters, ventures, and affiliates across the country and a growing national membership of about 3,