Essay Contest Asian Studies Essay ContestThe ASIAN STUDIES PROGRAMs Essay Contest provides undergraduate students the opportunity to gain recognition for excellence. Students whose entries are judged to merit awards by the Asian Studies Program faculty will be eligible for cash prizes.
Receive updates on how were meeting the needs of the Asian and Pacific Islander community in the Bay Area. Scholarships We coordinate 10 scholarship programs that provide financial support to undergraduate and graduate students. Each program is tailored to reflect the donors personal interests, whether targeted to specific ethnicities, career paths (eg.
engineering, business, accounting), or backgrounds (eg. children of farm or restaurant workers). APIASF News. June 5, 2018: Nol Suzanne Harmon Selected as New APIASF President and Executive Director; April 24, 2018: Asian& Pacific Islander American Scholarship Fund (APIASF) and Asian Community Development Council (ACDC) to Host Third Annual Community Fundraiser This year, the theme for the Asian Pacific Fund's essay and art contest for Bay Area youth was" On Friendship.
" The complete essays and artwork of all 33 winners may be viewed at the organization This is an art and writing contest. To enter, students must submit an entry form (available on the Asian Pacific Fund website) and a video, art piece, essay, or poem on the current contest theme.
Them For the past Asian pacific fund essay contest years, the Asian Pacific Fund has presented Growing Up Asian in America, a contest for K12 students.
This years theme is Give Someone A Gold Medal. Enter the Growing Up Asian in America contest and tell us who in your life you would nominate for a gold medal. Asian Pacific Fund presents Growing Up Asian in America Art, Essay, and Video Contest and in honor of Asian Pacific Fund's 20th anniversary and 40th anniversary of Asian Pacific American