Founded in 1989, APANA is the oldest, nationwide employee organization that represents Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) employees at the United States Department of Agriculture. APANA has local chapters throughout the U.S.Our members serve as a conduit for common interests and concerns for improving the lives of AAPI employees, Asian American customers, and the general public. Read More
For Students :
APANA is excited about USDA’s “My Brother’s Keepers Initiative.” We will fully participate and engage in this program to assist AAPIs. We encourage AAPI students, in high school, college, and graduate studies, to submit resumes to us to participate in this Initiative. Please submit your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. Information about “My Brother’s Keeper” Initiative: President Obama launched My Brother’s Keeper Read More
USDA Progress Report toward AAPI Population
Each year, APANA invites all USDA Undersecretaries and Administrators to submit their past year’s accomplishments within USDA to improve the lives of Asian Americans and Pacific Islander (AAPI) employees, Asian American customers, and the general public.
For 2013, APANA awarded “Outstanding Achievement Award ... Read More
For AAPI Community Organizations
Over the last 20 years the AAPI population and communities have grown, expanding throughout the U.S. According to US Census, AAPIs will make up 9.7% of the total United States population - over 40 million people by year 2050. AAPI organizations must work together to provide information and resoRead More