APASD Circles of Support Program Seeks Grad Student Mentors Published: July 13, 2017 By: Andy Sohn Asian Pacific American Student Development (APASD) announces the Circles of Support program! This is an opportunity for you to help support undergraduate students and alumni in learning more about graduate school. The populations we hope to serve are: Asian American and Pacific Islander students, with a specific focus on persistently under-resourced and underserved populations including identities such as Native Hawaiian, Pacific Islander, Southeast Asian (Vietnamese, Hmong, Cambodian, Laotian, Mien), Pilipinx, mixed-race, LGBTQ, first-generation, low-income, transfer, adoptee, foster, and formerly incarcerated students. What would the commitments entail? meeting with an undergraduate student at least once in July (in-person or virtually) talking about the graduate school process and your individual experiences We particularly seek individuals who are part of/familiar with the following programs: Business; City Planning; Education; English; GIST; Film; International Policy/Relations; Law School; Medical School; Public Health; Optometry If interested, sign up on this form. Please spread the word! The first mixer will be on Saturday, July 22, 2017.