“Understand that public service is about the people you are there to serve and not yourself. Hold yourself to high expectations, work hard, and be a team-player.”
Alex Huang, Former APAICS Fellow and current APAICS Director of Programs and Community Engagement – read what he had to say!
APAICS in Conversation
APAICS in Conversation is an exciting new series of virtual fireside chats to learn and hear from leading AAPIs in their field. Each teleconference is approximately 30 minutes and includes a Q&A session with the participants.
APAICS Summer Programs Update
In response to COVID-19, APAICS is changing how we offer our programs. We are showcasing featured speakers online and offering virtual trainings to reach you at home. Check back often so you don’t miss out on changes to program dates and formats.
National Leadership Academy – Going Virtual
For the first time, APAICS is excited to turn our annual National Leadership Academy into a virtual training program! Over the course of multiple online sessions, participants will have access to the same interactive political trainings. The new virtual academy will deliver high-impact content for the next group of promising AAPI political leaders while ensuring the flexibility needed to connect safely with each other. Full details are coming soon, so stay tuned for more announcements!
Youth Leadership Academy – Stay Tuned, Application Extended
To ensure a full week-long experience of our participants, APAICS is working with the CloseUp Foundation to determine how to safely offer this opportunity. We have extended the deadline and are still accepting applications on a rolling basis. To show your interest and reserve your spot, apply today!
Our President and CEO, Madalene Mielke, joined with other prominent AAPI community leaders to discuss the concerning trend against the Asian American community as fear in the United States increases amid the public health crisis. Watch the full video below: