2012 National Training Conference Registration Is Now Open
Open Federal Asian Pacific American Council (FAPAC), a premier organization representing Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) managers and employees in the Federal and the District of Columbia governments, will hold its 27th National Leadership Training Conference from April 30 to May 4, 2012 at the Grand Hyatt Atlanta, Atlanta, Georgia. The Conference is approved by the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) as appropriate for training for federal employees. The theme for the 2012 Conference is 'STRIVING FOR EXCELLENCE IN LEADERSHIP, DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION'. Representing military and civilians in all ranks throughout the federal and DC governments, it is the largest conference of its kind catering to AAPI employees. More than 50 corporations and federal agencies have exhibit booths filled with information on jobs, Internships and programs of interest for the AAPI community. Registration is open now. For detail or register, click Conference. www.fapac.org
Social Event Is Now Open
FAPAC Conference is offering the following social events for the attendees. Please follow the instruction to register online. Download the form here if you are unable to register online. .
1. Baseball Game: Atlanta Braves vs. Philadelphia Phillies. On May 2nd, Wednesday. 7:10 PM. $25.00 Per Person includes Outfield Pavilion seats, $10 concessions, and a 1984 Braves replica hat. Direction to the Stadium: From Hyatt in Buckhead - Walk a block and half to the Buckhead Marta Station. At the Buckhead Marta Station, take a southbound train to the 5 Points Marta Station. Follow the signs to the Braves shuttle and the shuttle will drop you guys off right by the stadium. Click here to register online. No transportation offered
2. Alliance Theatre: Stephan King's "Ghost Brothers Of Darkland County, May 2nd, Wednesday, 7:30 PM. $72.25 Per Person Orchestra Seat. Group discount tickets can be purchased with Promotion Code FAPAC15 by calling 404.733.5000 or online by click here. No transportation offered
3. Visit to Atlanta landmark - Atlanta USP (United States Federal Penitentiary). April 30, Monday, Pick up at the hotel lobby at 8:15 AM. Free. It is only open to current Federal employees. ID required. Limit to 25 people. First come, first serve. Click here to register online.
Coordinator contact information: René Lau work (415) 503-6543 cellar (510) 910-0018. These are prepaid events. Full Payment is required prior to the events. Registrations will not be processed without full payment. * Special needs and requests for ADA accessibility must be pre-arranged and indicated in your email or on this form.
* CANCELLATION POLICY: No cancellation after April 13, 2012.
The Lucky Few Re-union
Please see The Lucky Few Re-union Flyer located Here!!!!
Public Relations Officer(s) Leslie Fabrigas, Civilian PRO Maria Balolong, Military PRO
Membership Officer(s) Irene Becerra, Compass Rose Natividad Beckner, True North Peter Almazan, True South Marisa Fabrigas, True West Trinh Trinh, True East Jeffrey Sotingco, Overseas Compass Jaime Arcega,Nomination and Election
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-SW is the Southwest chapter of the national FAPAC.
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.
FAPAC is an organization that promotes equal opportunity and cultural diversity for APAs within the Federal and District of Columbia governments. FAPAC encourages the participation and advancement of APAs in the Government work force.
FAPAC is a nationally recognized organization that serves as a conduit through which the interests, issues and representation of Asian Pacific Americans in the Federal, State, County, City and District of Columbia governments are addressed. It will also promote partnerships with the public and private sectors in the community it serves.
Code of Ethics
Each member shall uphold the vision and objectives of FAPAC as expressed in its Constitution and Bylaws. It is incumbent upon each member to behave honorably in representing FAPAC in all organization activities and avoid in engaging in any transaction that may come in conflict with the interest of FAPAC.