Federal Asian Pacific American Council (FAPAC)

Federal Asian Pacific American Council (FAPAC) The Federal Asian Pacific American Council (FAPAC) was founded in 1985. It is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization representing the civilian and military Asian Pacific American (APA) employees in the Federal and District of Columbia governments.

FAPAC is organized exclusively for educational purposes within the meaning of Section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code. The primary purpose of FAPAC is to serve as an interagency association within the Federal and District of Columbia Governments, providing a focus for over thirty ethnically distinct groups originating from Asian and Pacific regions as recognized by the United States Bureau of the Census.

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Register TODAY for the FAPAC Virtual Student Federal Career Fair this Friday!https://www.jobsconnected.com/fapac-student...
09/21/2021
FAPAC Student Registration

Register TODAY for the FAPAC Virtual Student Federal Career Fair this Friday!
https://www.jobsconnected.com/fapac-student-registration/
FAPAC Virtual Career Fair on Friday, September 24 from 11:00 am – 3:00 pm – Register EARLY to visit the booths and gather information AHEAD of fair day! This fair is ONLY for current students and recent alumni of ANY college or university. The hiring process for spring and summer 2022 begins in October – Plan Ahead!
More than 40 Federal Government Agencies will be providing information about upcoming full-time, part-time, and internship opportunities.

Please use Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, or Microsoft Edge. Student Registration For questions about the event, please contact Roberta Buckberg at [email protected] For techn…

“Writing a Federal Resume”This virtual presentation offers strategies on developing and writing your Federal Résumé. By ...
09/15/2021
FAPAC - Writing a Federal Resume

“Writing a Federal Resume”
This virtual presentation offers strategies on developing and writing your Federal Résumé. By the end of
this session, you will know the importance of your résumé in applying for Federal Jobs and why preparing
a thorough résumé is the single best step you can take towards obtaining Federal Government
employment; leave with tips and guidelines for improving your résumé; and learn how to use the
USAJOBS Résumé Builder to create a new résumé.
DATE: Wednesday, September 15, 2021
TIME: 3pm to 4pm EST
REGISTRATION LINK: https://fapac.org/event-4467989

“Federal Interview Techniques”Information during this session will include Federal interview preparation, coverage, deli...
09/15/2021
FAPAC - Federal Interview Techniques

“Federal Interview Techniques”
Information during this session will include Federal interview preparation, coverage, delivery methods,
types of questions and how to respond, as well as other considerations.
DATE: Thursday, September 16, 2021
TIME: 1pm to 2:30pm EST
REGISTRATION LINK: https://fapac.org/event-4467999

“Navigating USAJOBS”Instructor led virtual training that provides a step-by-step process that covers searching for Feder...
09/15/2021
FAPAC - Navigating USAJOBS

“Navigating USAJOBS”
Instructor led virtual training that provides a step-by-step process that covers searching for Federal jobs,
creating your account and profile, managing your account, reviewing Job Opportunity Announcements,
submitting your applications, and following up on your application status
DATE: Thursday, September 16, 2021
TIME: 11am to 12:30pm EST
REGISTRATION LINK: https://fapac.org/event-4467994
“Federal Interview Techniques”
Information during this session will include Federal interview prep

"Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life."  Confucius!Have a safe and peaceful Labor D...
09/03/2021

"Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life." Confucius!
Have a safe and peaceful Labor Day weekend!

"Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life." Confucius!
Have a safe and peaceful Labor Day weekend!

Welcome to FAPAC Twitter! We’ll be posting about recruitment tips, job postings, FAPAC activities, and so much more. Lea...
07/28/2021

Welcome to FAPAC Twitter! We’ll be posting about recruitment tips, job postings, FAPAC activities, and so much more. Learn more about us and our programs here! https://twitter.com/FAPAC1985

FAPAC is now on Twitter!https://twitter.com/FAPAC1985
07/13/2021
FAPAC (@FAPAC1985) | Twitter

FAPAC is now on Twitter!
https://twitter.com/FAPAC1985

The latest Tweets from FAPAC (@FAPAC1985). The Federal Asian Pacific American Council (FAPAC) was founded in 1985. It is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization representing the civilian and military AAPI. Washington, D.C.

Join us and welcome our new FAPAC Interns of the Design & Marketing Internship Summer 2021 Cohort program.  Ms. Ye, Ms. ...
06/23/2021

Join us and welcome our new FAPAC Interns of the Design & Marketing Internship Summer 2021 Cohort program. Ms. Ye, Ms. Gao, and Ms. Ma, welcome to TEAM FAPAC!

Join us and welcome our new FAPAC Interns of the Design & Marketing Internship Summer 2021 Cohort program. Ms. Ye, Ms. Gao, and Ms. Ma, welcome to TEAM FAPAC!

Congratulations to former FAPAC-USCG President LCDR John Sa****um on your promotion! Great to see our FAPAC members adva...
06/03/2021

Congratulations to former FAPAC-USCG President LCDR John Sa****um on your promotion! Great to see our FAPAC members advancing in their careers. Bravo Zulu, sir!

Now live, May 18 at 10am PT/1pm ET: https://www.doi.gov/eventsJoin FAPAC-DOI, Department of the Interior, and Department...
05/18/2021

Now live, May 18 at 10am PT/1pm ET: https://www.doi.gov/events
Join FAPAC-DOI, Department of the Interior, and Department of Energy Bonneville Power Administration for this event with Dr. Russell Jeung of San Francisco State University and #StopAAPIHate

Now live, May 18 at 10am PT/1pm ET: https://www.doi.gov/events
Join FAPAC-DOI, Department of the Interior, and Department of Energy Bonneville Power Administration for this event with Dr. Russell Jeung of San Francisco State University and #StopAAPIHate

Join us virtually at the 2021 National Leadership Training Program (NLTP) and have an opportunity to listen, meet, and c...
05/11/2021

Join us virtually at the 2021 National Leadership Training Program (NLTP) and have an opportunity to listen, meet, and chat with these great D&I HR/EEO Practitioners.
www.fapac.vfairs.com www.fapac.org/nltp2021

Join us virtually at the 2021 National Leadership Training Program (NLTP) and have an opportunity to listen, meet, and chat with these great D&I HR/EEO Practitioners.
www.fapac.vfairs.com www.fapac.org/nltp2021

Join us virtually at the 2021 National Leadership Training Program (NLTP) and have an opportunity to listen, meet, and c...
05/11/2021

Join us virtually at the 2021 National Leadership Training Program (NLTP) and have an opportunity to listen, meet, and chat with these great women executives!
www.fapac.vfairs.com

Join us virtually at the 2021 National Leadership Training Program (NLTP) and have an opportunity to listen, meet, and chat with these great women executives!
www.fapac.vfairs.com

Join us virtually at the 2021 National Leadership Training Program (NLTP) and have an opportunity to listen, meet, and c...
05/11/2021

Join us virtually at the 2021 National Leadership Training Program (NLTP) and have an opportunity to listen, meet, and chat with these great military leaders!
www.fapac.vfairs.com

Join us virtually at the 2021 National Leadership Training Program (NLTP) and have an opportunity to listen, meet, and chat with these great military leaders!
www.fapac.vfairs.com

All students and recent graduates, join us virtually at the 2021 National Leadership Training Program (NLTP) for a FREE ...
05/10/2021

All students and recent graduates, join us virtually at the 2021 National Leadership Training Program (NLTP) for a FREE event

All students and recent graduates, join us virtually at the 2021 National Leadership Training Program (NLTP) for a FREE event

Join us virtually at the 2021 National Leadership Training Program (NLTP) for an exclusive LIVE interview and Q&A with A...
05/10/2021

Join us virtually at the 2021 National Leadership Training Program (NLTP) for an exclusive LIVE interview and Q&A with Astronaut Raja Chari.

Join us virtually at the 2021 National Leadership Training Program (NLTP) for an exclusive LIVE interview and Q&A with Astronaut Raja Chari.

Join us virtually at the 2021 National Leadership Training Program (NLTP) and have an opportunity to listen to MG Diana ...
05/02/2021

Join us virtually at the 2021 National Leadership Training Program (NLTP) and have an opportunity to listen to MG Diana Holland at the Uniformed Services Award Ceremony. The first female Commandant of West Point.
www.fapac.vfairs.com

Join us virtually at the 2021 National Leadership Training Program (NLTP) and have an opportunity to listen to MG Diana Holland at the Uniformed Services Award Ceremony. The first female Commandant of West Point.
www.fapac.vfairs.com

Join us virtually at the 2021 National Leadership Training Program (NLTP) and have an opportunity to listen, meet, and c...
05/02/2021

Join us virtually at the 2021 National Leadership Training Program (NLTP) and have an opportunity to listen, meet, and chat with these great military leaders!
www.fapac.vfairs.com

Join us virtually at the 2021 National Leadership Training Program (NLTP) and have an opportunity to listen, meet, and chat with these great military leaders!
www.fapac.vfairs.com

04/07/2021

TODAY, Wednesday April 7th at 1400EDT, RDML Andy Sugimoto will host a virtual community listening session to discuss the recent increase in anti-Asian sentiment throughout the United States. The goal of this listening session is for members to gain an understanding of what Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) workforce members experience in society and elsewhere, and to have others recognize ways in which they can be attentive to this problem. This event creates space for sharing, listening, and working toward healing by being present for each other.

As you may have heard via traditional or social media, in just the past month, an elderly Thai American in San Francisco was shoved to the pavement and died of his injuries. A Filipino American in New York was slashed in his face with a box cutter. Two Asian women in their late 60s and 70s were assaulted in separate attacks on the New York subway. These hate crimes targeting our AAPI community are not isolated incidents and have spiked by 150% in major cities across the United States.

As a reminder, the focus of this listening session is not on policy, but on talking, listening, and processing thoughts about the current environment impacting the AAPI community to include members of our Coast Guard family. ***Contact us on Facebook or here on Instagram for zoom details!

Wishing you all the love and happiness that only Easter can bring. Have a joyous celebration with your family!
04/04/2021

Wishing you all the love and happiness that only Easter can bring. Have a joyous celebration with your family!

Wishing you all the love and happiness that only Easter can bring. Have a joyous celebration with your family!

WASHINGTON, DC – The Federal Asian Pacific American Council (FAPAC), a premier organization representing Asian American ...
03/31/2021
FAPAC - FAPAC Statement on Violence and Discrimination against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders

WASHINGTON, DC – The Federal Asian Pacific American Council (FAPAC), a premier organization representing Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) employees in the Federal and District of Columbia governments, hereby published the following statement: https://fapac.org/pressreleases/10222639

"Crises such as the current pandemic can bring out the best and worst in people. Since the global pandemic began, Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) have been singled out and subjected to racism, harassment, and xenophobia around the world. As a nation, we have witnessed increased violence and discrimination in an alarming rate in recent years, especially against AAPI. Though violence against AAPI descent has become magnified, this pattern of targeted discrimination has existed for centuries. The countless stories and examples shared in today’s news and on social media are products of systemic injustices which unnecessarily and unfairly target the AAPI community.

The FAPAC Leadership acknowledges the feelings, pain, and trauma the recent surge of violence has caused the AAPI community and all others who abhor violence. FAPAC extends its heartfelt condolences to the families of all the victims of violence and discrimination. As one of the largest nonprofit AAPI organizations, FAPAC values dignity, respect, diversity, equity, inclusion, accessibility, and equal opportunity for all people; we stand in solidarity against any acts of harassment, racism and violence perpetuated in the workplace, the AAPI community, and against all Americans regardless of their background in the United States.

FAPAC has Chapters across the entire country and U.S. territories including American Samoa, and we embrace and celebrate the vast diversity of our nation. American culture is unique and beautiful because it is comprised of people with many different cultures of rich and varied backgrounds. AAPI culture is American culture; AAPI communities are American communities. By uplifting the AAPI community, FAPAC uplifts all Americans in their pursuit of health, happiness, security, and growth for our beloved country and its citizens. Extending dignity, respect, equity and fairness to all is at the foundation of this organization as trusted partners to the American people.

FAPAC is an organization that promotes equal opportunity and cultural diversity for AAPIs within the Federal and District of Columbia governments. Each of us has the power and responsibility to promote and advance diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility in our workplace and our communities. Each of us should take responsibility to educate and remind one another to be conscious and respectful of others so that we can be successful together.

To learn more about FAPAC’s mission, goals, and objectives, please go to www.fapac.org."

#StopAAPIhate #StopAsianHate

Crises such as the current pandemic can bring out the best and worst in people. Since the global pandemic began, Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) have been singled out and subjected to racism, harassment, and xenophobia around the world. As a nation, we have witnessed increased violence....

Welcome! You are invited to join a webinar: Federal Response to Violence Against Asian Americans. After registering, you...
03/20/2021
Welcome! You are invited to join a webinar: Federal Response to Violence Against Asian Americans. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the webinar.

Welcome! You are invited to join a webinar: Federal Response to Violence Against Asian Americans. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the webinar.

A panel discussion with representatives from the U.S. Department of Justice There have been nearly 3,800 recorded hate incidents against the Asian American community over the past year. In January this year, President Biden issued a Memorandum Condemning and Combating Racism, Xenophobia, and Intoler...

The FAPAC Affirmative Employment Committee, in partnership with Montgomery College (MC) and the US Department of Agricul...
03/14/2021

The FAPAC Affirmative Employment Committee, in partnership with Montgomery College (MC) and the US Department of Agriculture (USDA), will present a FREE online (VIRTUAL) panel discussion for interested current students or recent graduates. Participants will gain first hand insights on career paths at USDA. Students will also be able to chat with panelists about the various duties USDA employees have to ensure the needs of the American people are met. These duties encompass ALL career fields and college majors in STEM, Business, Humanities and Social Sciences. Space is limited on this FREE online (VIRTUAL) workshop for current students or recent graduates so please register soon.

The FAPAC Affirmative Employment Committee, in partnership with Montgomery College (MC) and the US Department of Agriculture (USDA), will present a FREE online (VIRTUAL) panel discussion for interested current students or recent graduates. Participants will gain first hand insights on career paths at USDA. Students will also be able to chat with panelists about the various duties USDA employees have to ensure the needs of the American people are met. These duties encompass ALL career fields and college majors in STEM, Business, Humanities and Social Sciences. Space is limited on this FREE online (VIRTUAL) workshop for current students or recent graduates so please register soon.

FAPAC is proud to announce the theme for the observance of Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month in May 2021:  ...
02/16/2021

FAPAC is proud to announce the theme for the observance of Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month in May 2021: "Advancing Leaders Through Purpose-Driven Service". This year's theme is the start of the new theme series for 2021-2024 highlighting FAPAC’s efforts in “Advancing Leaders”.

Visit www.fapac.org for more details of this year AAPI theme.

FAPAC is proud to announce the theme for the observance of Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month in May 2021: "Advancing Leaders Through Purpose-Driven Service". This year's theme is the start of the new theme series for 2021-2024 highlighting FAPAC’s efforts in “Advancing Leaders”.

Visit www.fapac.org for more details of this year AAPI theme.

Know a dynamic speaker or an interesting topic? Complete this Speaker submission form to suggest a speaker/topic for the...
02/16/2021

Know a dynamic speaker or an interesting topic? Complete this Speaker submission form to suggest a speaker/topic for the 36th Virtual National Leadership Training Program on May 25-27, 2021. We appreciate your help in finding quality speakers! Please email [email protected] with any questions.

Submissions are due March 5, 2021. Speakers will be notified by April 9, 2021. Learn more at www.fapac.org/nltp2021

Know a dynamic speaker or an interesting topic? Complete this Speaker submission form to suggest a speaker/topic for the 36th Virtual National Leadership Training Program on May 25-27, 2021. We appreciate your help in finding quality speakers! Please email [email protected] with any questions.

Submissions are due March 5, 2021. Speakers will be notified by April 9, 2021. Learn more at www.fapac.org/nltp2021

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The Federal Asian Pacific American Council (FAPAC) was founded in 1985. It is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization representing the civilian and military Asian Pacific American (APA) employees in the Federal and District of Columbia governments.

FAPAC is organized exclusively for educational purposes within the meaning of Section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code. The primary purpose of FAPAC is to serve as an interagency association within the Federal and District of Columbia Governments, providing a focus for over thirty ethnically distinct groups originating from Asian and Pacific regions as recognized by the United States Bureau of the Census.

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Hello FAPAC, I am a life time member. My membership is not lapsed, but on my profile says "Your membership has Lapsed". Please correct the information. Thanks
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Wanting to help build future Federal leaders by serving as mentors or to be in a mentoring relationship with existing Federal managers and leaders? A pool of qualified mentors is needed. All Federal employees, including military, and the District of Columbia government employees are encouraged to apply as mentors and mentees. Selection priority will be given to FAPAC members. Registration is now open and is scheduled to close on December 27, 2019.
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Please join us with your veterans!
Hi, don't forget to let me know if you are coming to the FAPAC holiday dinner. I love to chat with you.
Hello, Would anyone be able to tell me who the Asian Pacific American Special Emphasis Program Manager for Region 3, United States Forest Service, Albuquerque, NM might have been for the last 3 years?
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National Image, Inc. would like to congratulate the Federal Asian Pacific American Council for another successful and outstanding National Training Program. #FAPAC2017