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Headlines | Oct 30

APAICS Leans-In

Sheryl Sandberg published Lean In in March 2013 and now, 7 months later, can be found in more than 20 international editions. Lean In...

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Headlines | Jun 27

APAICS Welcomes a New Class of Interns for Summer 2014

For 18 years, the APAICS Summer Internship program has welcomed close to 200 undergraduate Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) students to Washington, D.C. This summer, eleven of our community’s best and brightest will forge a new path in public service and have the opportunity to gain first-hand experience in public government, policy, and AAPI issues on a national level. This long-standing program is another way APAICS strives to fulfill its mission of promoting AAPI participation and representation at all levels of the political process. This year over 100 undergraduates applied to the APAICS program. Of the applicants, eleven exceptional young leaders were chosen to represent our diverse AAPI communities in public service. The APAICS interns hail from all over the country. These leaders are passionate about various issues ranging from health policy to environmental justice, to women’s rights and Islander rights, as well as domestic and international affairs. As our country grows ever more ethnically diverse, so do the APAICS interns as they develop careers in public service in our nation’s capital for the first time.

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Headlines | Jul 1

In the News: APAICS Summer Interns Hard at Work

Washington, D.C.--Amidst the Washington summer heat, 13 Asian Pacific American Institute for Congressional Studies (APAICS) students have arrived to learn how Washington works. These interns will become a part of the Tri-Caucus organizations that will bond together over the coming eight weeks either working in a congressional office, federal agency, or a non-profit organization.

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