AAPI Advocacy Alliance
Strives engaging, educating, and empowering AAPI communities to strengthen their voices and cultivate young AAPI student leaders to explore a career in the public sector or the political arena.
Works to advance human and civil rights for Asian Americans, and to build and promote a fair and equitable society for all through civil rights advocacy in Washington, D.C.
Focuses on developing leadership, building public policy knowledge, and filling the political pipeline for AAPIs to pursue public office at the local, state, and federal levels.
Teaches leadership and advocacy by placing students at local, state, and federal legislatures throughout the country to engage in leadership and advocacy.
Provides students who are dedicated to public service a substantive, meaningful work and educational experience in the California State Legislature.
Disrupts the pipeline of Congressional staff and systemically changing the ways our laws are written by offering financial support to low-income, high-achieving students to cover the actual costs of an internship.
Seeks to empower Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander youth by increasing access to public service opportunities and building a strong AANHPI public service pipeline.
Trains and develops AANHPI college students from across the nation by strengthening policy interests and enhancing leadership potential to fostering future public service leaders.
The fellowship provides the unique opportunity to be placed in a Congressional office where they gain firsthand knowledge of policy creation.
The fellowship provide the opportunity to work on advocacy at a national level through the National JACL office based in Washington, D.C.
Designed to empower rising young leaders by providing students with practical leadership skills and the opportunity to immerse themselves' in Southern California’s API community.
Provides Filipino-American a firsthand look at the American government and political system to engage civically, and to reflect on the role they, as future leaders, might play in strengthening the US-Philippine relationship
An independent, nonprofit foundation dedicated to the growth and strengthening of democratic institutions around the world.
Provides the opportunity to build relationships, meet with legislative officials, and engage in leadership workshops.
Develops leadership skills & encourage political and civic engagement by providing an experiences in a congressional office, federal agency, or social-profit organization.
Provides the opportunity for aspiring Sikh American entrepreneurs to develop professionally through the exposure and evaluation of breakthrough technologies emerging out of federal laboratories and academic research centers over the summer.
Develops the skills, leadership, and commitment of young people to organize in our communities for racial, economic, and gender justice.
Grows one's leadership skills while developing and coordinating community workshops, discussions, celebrations and events for low income trans, intersex, gender non-conforming people.
Provides a firsthand look at government in Washington D.C. and allows future leaders to reflect on the role they might have on enhancing the voice of the Thai community.
Works to influence and foster climate concern among communities and decision-makers. Carrying out a vision to promote and enact real change within the climate change communications space in order to inspire other youth voices along the way.
Gives students a unique opportunity for hands-on experience in the field of U.S.-Asian affairs. Interns play an active role in organizing educational programming, overseas Congressional staff delegations, forums, receptions, and diplomatic off-the-record briefings.
Works to create systemic change in how society views and values people with disabilities, and that advances policies and practices that empower people with disabilities to have a better future.
A student-led campaign advocating for free college and students’ basic needs. Through permanent investments in college student organizing, RISE's mission is to make higher education accessible and affordable for everyone.
Developing the next generation of South Asian Leaders by taking promising college students and places them in Congressional offices and government agencies accompanied by a structured leadership curriculum
Works to educate, empower, and organize transracial and transnational adoptee communities to achieve just and humane adoption, immigration, and restorative justice systems.
Brings together people with an interest the historical role of Chinese Americans in Southern California to preserve and communicate knowledge of this history, and to promote the heritage of the Chinese and Chinese American community.
Prepares district youth to successfully transition from high school into post-secondary education, advanced training, unsubsidized employment, or a career in the military.
Works to expand Korean and Asian American grassroots and voting power, develop and support a new generation of youth and immigrant leaders, and solidify as a robust and sustainable movement organization.
Develops holistic programs and campaigns guided by community members, while building Asian American community power to make long-term systemic changes that address the needs of AAPIs.
Cultivates the next generation of young civic leaders through a series of lectures, seminars and hands-on projects on topics ranging from public policy, leadership and developing an entrepreneurial mindset.
A weeklong leadership development program for high-achieving undergraduate college students from a variety of disciplines who are dedicated to addressing issues impacting Asian American and Pacific Islander communities.
A three-day conference to created to bring powerful AA & NH/PI women together to share, to inspire, and to take bold action towards creating a more representative democracy.
A week-long leadership development and enrichment program with the opportunity to learn more about government and public policy issues impacting the AA & NH/PI community.
Works with future leaders to honestly and intelligently reflect on matters of national significance; debate issues, and ultimately arrive at a compromise and solve the problems that hinder America’s process of continual improvement for all Americans.
A three-day conference to learn about what it means to study public policy in a graduate school environment and will have opportunities to connect with current HKS students, faculty, and staff as well as other high-achieving undergraduate students.
A three-day conference to build the capacity of communities to ensure that underserved students have the opportunity, skills, and knowledge to successfully pursue the education and training that will enable them to achieve their career and life goals.
A rigorous academic graduate level preparation program for undergraduate juniors committed to public service careers. The program was started to address the lack of diversity across the spectrum of professional public service, including government, nonprofits, public policy institutions, and international organizations.
PLEN seminars enhance class work and curriculum by giving students valuable access to public policy leaders in Washington, D.C. from the legislative, executive, and judicial branches, agencies, nonprofit organizations, and the private sector.
A four-day leadership conference to develop and empower leaders through meaningful connections and transformative experiences.
An intensive week-long educational experience and scholarship sponsored by the United States Senate for outstanding high school students who are interested in pursuing careers in public service.
A transformational virtual program that empowers Sikh American youth to become effective leaders committed to exploring and realizing both their personal potential and that of the Sikh American community.
A four-day annual leadership summit program introduces community leaders from across the nation to the national policy-making arena.
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