FAPAC Scholarship Endowment Fund
Distinguished Public Service Scholarship
The FAPAC Distinguished Public Service Scholarship Endowment Fund, Inc. is a non-profit organization that promotes the recognition of Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) students who are interested in public service and has made contributions to foster diversity and inclusion in the AAPI community.
For many years, FAPAC has awarded a number of scholarships and internships to AAPI college students who exhibit excellent academic achievement as well as demonstrated a continuous effort to foster diversity and community service to the AAPI community.
Beginning in 2013, the award is given out on a rotational basis, to honor three distinguished AAPI pioneers and role models who’s dedication and efforts in public service have opened the doors for many others.
The award will be given to the student during the annual FAPAC National Leadership Training Program. The awardee will receive a stipend of $5,000 towards his or her education.
Interested students can visit the FAPAC website at www.fapac.org/scholarship to learn more about FAPAC and its activities.
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The FAPAC Distinguished Public Service Scholarship Endowment Fund, Inc. is a non-profit organization that promotes the recognition of Asian Pacific American students who is interested in public service and has made contributions to foster diversity and inclusion in the AAPI community. Fill out the below form to show your support and donate to the Scholarship Fund!
|Year||Winner||Major||School||In Honor Of|
|2013||Cindy Dinh||Juris Doctor &
Master in Public Administration
|University of California, Berkeley &
Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University
|Congressman Dalip Singh Saund|
|2014||Mary June Flores||Master of Public Policy &
Master of Public Health
|Goldman School of Public Policy/University of California, Berkeley
School of Public Health/University of California, Berkeley
|Secretary Norman Y. Mineta|
|2015||James H. Lau||Biology & Chemistry||Hampden-Sydney College, Virginia||Secretary Elaine L. Chao|
|2016||Nitisha Baronia||Business Administration &
|University of California, Berkeley||Congressman Dalip Singh Saund|
|2017||Secretary Norman Y. Mineta|
|2018||Secretary Elaine L. Chao|