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The Asian Pacific Islander Knowledge Community seeks to educate and inform NASPA members about the current issues, trends, and research facing Asian Pacific Islanders in higher education. We actively nurture and support the professional development of students and professionals through an offering an e-mentoring program, producing and sharing research, encouraging dialogue via online forums around issues facing our Asian Pacific Islander communities, and providing leadership and involvement opportunities within the KC. As one of the ethnicity-based knowledge communities, this KC is committed to honoring and respecting the multiple and diverse communities that exist within the greater Asian Pacific Islander category and strives to increase knowledge and understanding with the student affairs profession.

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HOW TO JOIN THE API KC

Step 1:
Visit the NASPA website at www.naspa.org and log in by entering your Username and Password.

Step 2:
Click on Update Profile. A new page will open. Click on Edit/View Information.

Step 3:
Scroll down where your Region and Knowledge Community sections are. Indicate which KCs you would like to join and make sure to click SAVE! KC members will receive emails from their KC chairs and other leadership team members.

Note: signing up for a KC listserv is a separate process. To sign up for a KC listserv, email the NASPA office (subscribe@naspa.org) and specify which listserv you would like to join. There are listservs for all 27 KCs!

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