Welcome to APYLP's Homepage

Thank you for visiting our page.

 

APYLP offers leadership conferences for Asian Pacific youth in the state of California interested in developing their leadership potential and pursuing active community and public service.

 

APYLP was established in 1990 to build new foundations for Asian Pacific Islander (API) youth to become involved in community and public service in California.

 

Our team of volunteers sponsors conferences to empower participants with confidence and a desire to make a difference in their communities. One former participant, Dan Nguyen-Tan, became the first Asian American and youngest member elected to the Chico City Council in 2000.

 

The Project was founded by and continues to be run by API staff of state elected officials who want to ensure strong API representation in the public sector.

 

Karen Kim
President, APYLP

 

 

 

2018 High School Conference Applications are Here!  Apply now for the 2018 High School Leadership Conference! 

Click here for more information and the application.

 

 

 

 

Learn more about our high school conference, including application and important dates to know about. We are looking forward to hearing from you.

CONTACT US:

 

Asian Pacific Youth Leadership Project
PO Box 22986
Sacramento, CA 95822


Phone: (916) 508-6030

APYLP is a 501(c)(3) California Nonprofit Corporation                                       Tax ID 94-3167910

The 2018 High School Leadership Conference applications are here! 

 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION:

2018 High School Conference Dates: March 22-25, 2018

Location: Sacramento, CA

Deadline: October 25, 2017

Notifications: February 1, 2018

Applications: CLICK HERE

 

This program is FREE for all high school juniors and seniors in California who are accepted thanks to the hard work of our generous sponsors and our volunteers.

 
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