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APACE (Asian Pacific Advocacy, Culture and Education) Academy is a one-week summer program at ASU with a focus on Asian Pacific American history, culture and contemporary issues, as well as cultural competency, public-speaking, and civic engagement.
APACE Academy students also engage in college and career readiness activities; meet new friends; and get connected to faculty, current ASU students, and community mentors from similar cultural communities, who will inspire them to pursue their dream of a college education.
APACE Academy is open to 30 students from Asian and Pacific Islander communities entering grades 10 -12 in fall 2019. The program will be held on ASU’s Tempe campus from Monday through Friday, June 10 - June 14, 2019.
Daily activities begin at 8:30 am and end at 4:00 pm. The schedule includes:
Note: A lunch hour is scheduled each day. Students are expected to bring their own lunch or bring money to purchase food from on-campus vendors.
Registration fee: a $50.00 fee is due upon acceptance into the program. (The fee covers t-shirts, materials, snacks and the final luncheon.) To be accepted into the APACE Academy, complete and submit the online application form linked below.
The 2019 APACE Academy has reached capacity and applications are no longer being accepted.
Questions? Call Jeanne Hanrahan at 480-727-0707 or contact Professor Kathy Nakagawa at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The APACE Academy is an ASU program coordinated by Asian Pacific American Studies and University College, in collaboration with a number of partner organizations in the community.