Asian Pacific Islander Heritage Events
Asian Pacific American Awareness Conference
Friday, May 31
10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Hinson Campus Center, Conference Room A&B
In honor of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, De Anza College is holding its first Asian Pacific American Awareness Conference in 10 years.
Your Story, Our Movement aims to build consciousness about social and political issues that affect the APA community through education, leadership training, involvement opportunities, and mentorship for Asian Paciﬁc American students.
YSOM is student-organized education and empowerment through a day of workshops, music, food, creative expression, and stories from you and your community!
FREE registration, breakfast and lunch, and entertainment.
To register and view the schedule of conference events, visit www.ysom.org/
This conference is not limited to only De Anza students. Allies from other colleges and universities are encouraged to come.
APASA Scholarship and Recognition Luncheon
Each year the De Anza College Asian Pacific American Staff Association (APASA) hosts the Lunar New Year Scholarship Luncheon in February.
The event program traditionally includes recognition of the APASA Scholarship recipients, delicious Asian cuisine, a cultural performance plus free prize drawings.
Check back in January for the 2014 luncheion details.
STUDENTS: Apply for the APASA scholarship during the regular De Anza scholarship application period.
Support the Scholarship Fund
Please consider donating to the FHDA Foundation/APASA scholarship fund through a one-time donation or the APASA Payroll Deduction Form. Just be sure to identify your contribution for the "APASA Scholarship Fund for De Anza Students." All contributions are tax deductible. Remember no amount is too small and is deeply appreciated.
Have You Heard?
Do you know about the Asian Pacific American Leadership Instititue (APALI) programs at De Anza College? No? Then check them out today!
Contact Tom Izu at email@example.com for more information about APIH events.