Asian and Pacific Islander American Scholars (APIA Scholars) Congratulates the Class of 2023 and Extends Gratitude to Our Donors
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE–Washington, DC (June 12, 2023) APIA Scholars, a leading organization dedicated to educating, elevating, and empowering Asian American Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) students, wishes heartfelt congratulations to the remarkable Class of 2023. We also express our sincere and official thank you to our donors who make our work possible.
APIA Scholars President and Executive Director Dr. Noël S. Harmon shared, “We could not be more proud of The Class of 2023. Through a global pandemic, they displayed unwavering dedication and resilience. Despite unprecedented challenges, these outstanding individuals have emerged triumphant, showcasing their talent, intellect, and passion. APIA Scholars is grateful and proud to have played a part in their success.”
As we celebrate, we also extend our thanks to all our supporters. Their support of AANHPI students and belief in the next generation’s potential have a direct impact on our Scholars’ education, our AANHPI community, and our collective future.
United Health Foundation
About APIA Scholars
Based in Washington, D.C. and founded in 2003, APIA Scholars (Asian Pacific Islander American Scholars) is the nation’s leading non-profit organization devoted to the academic, personal, and professional success of Asian American Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander students. We celebrate our community of students whose unique stories, rich cultures, and diverse perspectives equip them to be the leaders of tomorrow. Through scholarships, higher education research and policy, and institutional partnerships, APIA Scholars carries out its mission to educate, elevate, and empower a diverse community of 25 million strong and growing.
For more information about APIA Scholars, please visit us at www.apiascholars.org.
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APIA Scholars (Asian Pacific Islander American Scholars)