Welcome to Hunter College AANAPISI Project

Hunter College AANAPISI Project (HCAP) is 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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Fall 2023 Events Overview

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Applications Open for Transfer Mentees Spring 2024

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Online Interviewing: Asian American Identities in the Workplace (Winter 2024)

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🌈📚🎓 There are approximately 685,000 AAPI adults in the US who identify as LGBTQ. How have they experienced both the expansiveness and challenges of being queer and AAPI? Come hear from a panel of queer AAPI clinicians and educators about how they have navigated these parts of their identity over time.

✨ This event is open to Hunter College students of ALL identities and backgrounds.
✨ Free food & beverages will be served!

✨ Date: Tuesday, 11/14 @ 4-6pm
✨ Location: HW 417

🔗 RSVP LINK IN BIO: https://bit.ly/hcapmentalhealth

#aanapisi #huntercollege #mentalhealth

🎓✨ Applications for the 2024-2025 AANAPISI Scholarship with @apiascholars are now open! Scholarship awards range from one-time $2,500 to multi-year $10,000 awards. 🔗 See link in bio 🔗

In addition to scholarship funds, APIA Scholars provide AANAPISI scholarship awardees with access to leadership development, workforce readiness, mental health resources, and other culturally-specific programming designed to support them through graduation.

⏰ The deadline to apply is January 9th 2024 at 5pm EST. 

*Note: if you are submitting the optional letter of recommendation, the deadline for your recommender to submit your letter is: December 6th, 2023 at 5pm EST.

Learn more about eligibility and how to apply at link-in-bio.


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The Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander-Serving Institution (#AANAPISI) Scholarship Program is a collaboration between a national organization called APIA Scholars and other AANAPISI partner campuses, including #huntercollege.

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