Tuesday, March 28, 2017
Women in NAAAP
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The Women in NAAAP (WIN) Program was initiated at the 23rd NAAAP Convention (2009 Denver CO) with NAAAP Chapters and Ventures as delivery channels. The program was developed to build competent and confident women leaders within NAAAP and within the Asian Pacific community. WIN's overall objectives include:
  1. Strengthening women in NAAAP through specific leadership programming addressing stereotypes, strengths/weaknesses and a holistic perspective of oneself from work/career to friends, co-workers, family and community.

  2. Stressing the importance of work-life balance and one's personal journey in life from the perspective of being a woman.

  3. Recognizing, encouraging and working towards representation at all levels for women.

  4. Building competencies and skills that will carry women beyond their current conditions and into a more productive, efficient and fulfilling tomorrow.

  5. Supporting the next generation of Asian Pacific women leaders.
Scholarship
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The National Association of Asian American Professionals (NAAAP) is pleased to offer college level scholarships to outstanding Asian Americans for 2011-2012.   Four students will receive $3000 in scholarship money for a total of $12,000 donated by the Verizon Foundation.

The previous 2010 winners were:
Hoang Nguyen, Drexel University, accounting
Jason Chow, Cal Polytechnic Pomona University, management computer information systems
Tony Kim, University of Houston, electrical engineering
Jiayi Wang, University of Washington, marketing and finance
Chaettha Charumaneeroj, NYU Poly Tech
Erika Sanchez, Seattle University
Cathy Lam, University of Denver, biology
Minhchau Dunh, University of the Pacific, environmental law

Scholarship winners will be recognized locally by the nearest NAAAP chapter as well as at the 2011 NAAAP National Convention in Boston, MA (August 11-13, 2011) at the World Seaport Hotel.

APPLICATION DETAILS

NAAAP Scholarship applications for 2011-2012 will be open November 8, 8:00 AM –December 10, 2010, 5:00 PM EST.

Download the 2011-2012 NAAAP Verizon Scholarship Application (Excel)

Applications should be submitted via email to scholarship@naaap.org, if you are unable to submit an application via email please contact us for alternative arrangements.

The minimum eligibility criteria for the NAAAP Scholarship fund are consistent in line with NAAAP’s focus on personal, professional, and community leadership, and Verizon’s desire to promote higher education in the communities it serves.

Scholarship Applicants Must:
maintain a 3.0 Grade Point Average (on a 4.0 scale)
have graduated from high school in the U.S. after attending at least 3 years
reside in the U.S. or Puerto Rico
be a current or rising Junior or Senior enrolling at a college or university in the U.S. or Puerto Rico
demonstrate leadership accomplishment and/or potential

Preference will be given to individuals who are at least one quarter Asian by heritage, students with disabilities, and/or students with the following majors:
Accounting
Business Administration
Computer Electronics   
Computer Engineering
Computer Information Systems   
Computer Programming
Computer Science
Electrical Engineering
Finance
Hospitality
HR Management
Industrial Engineering
Information Technology   
Management Information Systems
Marketing
Mechanical Engineering
Network Administration
Retail Management

Applications will be reviewed by a panel of NAAAP’s executive leadership team with no conflict of interest with the applicant pool. Winners will be selected by January 1, 2011 and announced shortly thereafter. Scholarships will be awarded at $ 3000 per scholarship to 4 individuals in 2011.

For any questions or inquiries please contact us at scholarship@naaap.org.
The National Association of Asian American Professionals (NAAAP) is pleased to offer college level scholarships to outstanding Asian Americans for 2011-2012.   Four students will receive $3000 in scholarship money for a total of $12,000 donated by the Verizon Foundation.

The previous 2010 winners were:
Hoang Nguyen, Drexel University, accounting
Jason Chow, Cal Polytechnic Pomona University, management computer information systems
Tony Kim, University of Houston, electrical engineering
Jiayi Wang, University of Washington, marketing and finance
Chaettha Charumaneeroj, NYU Poly Tech
Erika Sanchez, Seattle University
Cathy Lam, University of Denver, biology
Minhchau Dunh, University of the Pacific, environmental law

Scholarship winners will be recognized locally by the nearest NAAAP chapter as well as at the 2011 NAAAP National Convention in Boston, MA (August 11-13, 2011) at the World Seaport Hotel.

APPLICATION DETAILS

NAAAP Scholarship applications for 2011-2012 will be open November 8, 8:00 AM –December 10, 2010, 5:00 PM EST.

Download the 2011-2012 NAAAP Verizon Scholarship Application (Excel)

Applications should be submitted via email to scholarship@naaap.org, if you are unable to submit an application via email please contact us for alternative arrangements.

The minimum eligibility criteria for the NAAAP Scholarship fund are consistent in line with NAAAP’s focus on personal, professional, and community leadership, and Verizon’s desire to promote higher education in the communities it serves.

Scholarship Applicants Must:
maintain a 3.0 Grade Point Average (on a 4.0 scale)
have graduated from high school in the U.S. after attending at least 3 years
reside in the U.S. or Puerto Rico
be a current or rising Junior or Senior enrolling at a college or university in the U.S. or Puerto Rico
demonstrate leadership accomplishment and/or potential

Preference will be given to individuals who are at least one quarter Asian by heritage, students with disabilities, and/or students with the following majors:
Accounting
Business Administration
Computer Electronics   
Computer Engineering
Computer Information Systems   
Computer Programming
Computer Science
Electrical Engineering
Finance
Hospitality
HR Management
Industrial Engineering
Information Technology   
Management Information Systems
Marketing
Mechanical Engineering
Network Administration
Retail Management

Applications will be reviewed by a panel of NAAAP’s executive leadership team with no conflict of interest with the applicant pool. Winners will be selected by January 1, 2011 and announced shortly thereafter. Scholarships will be awarded at $ 3000 per scholarship to 4 individuals in 2011.

For any questions or inquiries please contact us at scholarship@naaap.org.
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