Is there someone that comes to mind when you think of the APA community? Do they inspire, instill passion or advocate for APA issues?
If so, then nominate them for APA leaders!
In the form below, tell us what they've done for the APA community and why they should be nominated. If chosen, they will be featured on APASA's Facebook's page and Blog! APA Leaders will also be awarded a prize for their hard work.
NOMINATE HERE: http://goo.gl/forms/bTCTJhz9Rx
Nominations will be accepted no later than March 11th.
**Previously Recognized APA Leaders and APASA E-Boarders/Interns may not be nominated**
Check out the official event page for 2016 Asian Pacific American Heritage Festival (APAHF) - Discovering Voices
Asian Pacific American Heritage Festival (APAHF) is a series of events to showcase our Asian Pacific American history, culture and community. It is a series of events put on by Asian Pacific American Student Assembly (USC APASA) as well as our 21 member organizations, to highlight and raise dialogue on various aspects of what it means to be Asian Pacific American. This year we have also included various cosponsored APASA events as well as those put on solely by USC Asian Pacific American Student Services (USC Asian Pacific American Student Services (APASS)) and DESI Project to connect you with more programming that aims to serve all Asian Pacific American students on campus.
This year's APAHF theme: "Discovering Voices" is meant to be a continuation of last year's theme of "Building Bridges". The first step to empowerment is understanding one’s own identity. Therefore, Discovering Voices is about reclaiming portrayals and sharing stories; it’s about uncovering and exploring the diversity within the APA community. Discovering Voices is about understanding how far our identity can take us and is ultimately about taking back our voice for the world to discover.
More information on the website
of the event.