Welcome to Hunter College AANAPISI Project

Hunter College AANAPISI Project (HCAP) is a program funded by the U.S. Department of Education’s Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander-Serving Institutions (AANAPISI) Program to enhance academic and student support services for Asian American and Pacific Islander and other high-need students at Hunter College, including first-generation college goers, English Language Learners, and students from immigrant families.

Academic support for students with multilingual backgrounds through courses, summer and winter seminars, and workshops on academic reading, writing, and presenting.

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Outreach events, courses centered on AAPI communities and mental health, referrals with NYC community mental health centers, and collaboration with departments and services at Hunter College.

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Workshops that provide skills and knowledge to help students manage their personal finances in a way that supports their academic and life goals.

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Peer mentorship, resources, and community building programs to support new transfer students to Hunter College.

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AAPI community research skills courses, workshops, and undergraduate research assistantships with Hunter faculty mentors.

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Have you always wanted to write about your life but didn’t know where to begin? Would you benefit from a creative writing class that would help improve your overall reading, speaking, writing, and listening skills in university courses?

Join writer Bushra Rehman for a series of creative writing workshops in which we will explore our relationship to this vibrant, resilient metropolis we may call home. Together, we will generate new writing, practice techniques for revision, overcome writing blocks, and celebrate our creativity.

Each workshop will include a series of short readings and generative writing prompts as well as time to share our writing.

This free, non-credit, virtual (Zoom) workshop series is limited to 20 students. Open to all current Hunter College & BMCC undergraduate students.

Seminar Format

4 online workshops (must attend all to participate); Wednesday and Thursday (1/11, 1/12, 1/18, 1/19) at 11am to 1pm.
Revision meetings with instructor will be scheduled on the week of 1/23. Sessions are OPTIONAL, but students are strongly encouraged to attend.
Celebratory Reading Event: Thursday, 2/9, from 7pm to 8:30pm
For more info & to apply go to: http://bit.ly/winterwriting23
DEADLINE: 5PM, Wednesday, 12/28

Questions? Email Dr. Linh An La1092@hunter.cuny.edu
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Online interviewing is an increasingly common practice for jobs, internships, and admissions to graduate programs. How can you prepare for these types of interviews?

Take this FREE online seminar! Open to all Hunter & BMCC undergraduate students.

Seminar Format

5 online workshops (must attend all to participate); Tuesday & Friday (1/6, 1/10, 1/13, 1/17, & 1/20) at 11AM to 1PM
2 mock interviews (pre- and post-workshops)
For more info & to apply go to: bit.ly/wininterview23
DEADLINE: 5pm, Tues, Dec 27

Questions? Email Dr. Linh An La1092@hunter.cuny.edu
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