The APAC officer application for the Fall 2014 to Spring 2015 year can be found here. Please email your resume to Tony Vo, APAC's Staff Advisor, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications and submitted resumes will be reviewed by April 18, 2014. In-person interviews will be scheduled between April 14-19, 2014. If chosen for an officer position, new officers must attend an MEC Transition Meeting to be scheduled at the end of April. Date TBD. Additional questions can also be directed to email@example.com
Working from APAC's anti-Islamophobia campaign, the Undocu-Asian teach-in, and in response to the racist comments made about Nina Davuluri, an Indian-American being crowned Miss America, the "I am...American" campaign challenges who an American is supposed to be. Click here to view the the beautiful and diverse faces of America and follow our campaign! If you would like to become a part of our campaign, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit as at the MEC (SAC 1.102)!
Join by playing on teams or play individually for this Dodge for a Cause event hosted by APAC, ABSA, and ALPFA! There are prizes for winners and all proceeds will go to the Austin Children's Shelter. Come out and have fun! Click here for more information about the event and how to sign up!
Asian American Leadership Institute is a program geared to improve leadership skills, increase awareness of social justice issues, and stimulate involvement in the Asian American community. AALI is series of six workshops in which the students explore different areas of leadership development. Some of the topics we discuss include program planning, social justice and activism, Asian American history and professional development. AALI is designed to educate students about contemporary Asian American issues so that they can become effective student leaders. Students will broaden their viewpoints and be involved in networking opportunities throughout the institute. Past participants have graduated from the program and become successful campus leaders in organizations such as APAC, ABSA, Student Government, CAAS, SVB, CSA and many more.
We look forward to meeting and preparing you to become an outstanding leader for communities in need. If you would like to learn more about AALI, please come to our info sessions at SAC 1.102 on:
- Tuesday (9/17) at 6:30-7 PM
- Wednesday (9/18) at 6:30-7 PM
Applications for the Asian American Leadership Institute are now closed.
It's that time of the year again, for Asian Desi Pacific Islander American Collective's annual Welcome Week!
A whole week of convivial events are about to unfold, where anyone and everyone is welcome to come relax, socialize, and enjoy our various events and refreshments! Come to one event or to all of them; our only promise is that you will have a blast!
Monday 8/26: Board Game Night
- Location: MEC (SAC 1.102)
- Time: 7:30PM
- FREE FOOD & MORE!!
Wednesday 8/28: Bowling
- Location: Union Underground (1st floor of The Union)
- Time: 7PM - 9PM
- Price: FREE BOWLING for first 24 people!
Friday 8/30: Ice Cream Social
- Location: MEC (SAC 1.102)
- Time: 2-3PM
- FREE ICE CREAM!
Feel free to invite your friends and family.
We'll see you there!
Welcome to the Asian Desi Pacific Islander American Collective's (APAC) official webpage! We are starting off the school year with our signature event called You Bring Out (YBO) the Asian American in Me, which we are co-hosting with Asian American Culture (ACC) to welcome the incoming Asian American freshmen class and transfer students. The purpose of YBO is to gather all resources, including Asian American student organizations on campus, UT departments, and Asian non-profit organizations in Austin, in one place so that you can become better acclimated to college life! This year, YBO will have a resource fair and an awesome student performance showcase. There will be live entertainment, representatives from all over campus that you can chat with and, of course, FREE swag! YBO will be held on September 3rd, 2013 in the Texas Union Ballroom (UNB 3.202). A resource fair will be held at the Texas Union Ballroom from 4:00PM to 6:00PM where you can meet and talk to different Asian American student organizations and find out exactly how to get involved on campus your freshman year. You will also be able to collect stamps to trade for priority seating for the performances that will start at 6:30PM. The door for performances will open before 6:30PM, and admission will be free. There are only a limited amount of seats, so make sure you come early! We will be giving out prizes throughout the show, so save the date and come be a part of one of the greatest events this Fall.
Join the Facebook YBO event page for updates and information here.
And if you're not already in the Asians Class of 2017 Facebook page, join it here.
Don't forget to like APAC's Facebook page to hear more about what we will be offering this year.
If you have any questions or would like to know more about YBO, please contact the YBO Co-Chairs, Jeannette Tang at email@example.com or Stephen Uong at firstname.lastname@example.org.