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NAAAP is an all-volunteer, 501(c)(3) non-profit
organization that brings together
Asian American professionals and provides
opportunities for their success through leadership
development, career advancement, and community impact.



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Affiliated with the National Association of Asian American Professionals (NAAAP), NAAAP-Phoenix is a non-profit organization servicing its members, their families, friends and the greater metropolitan Phoenix communities.

 

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PDC
PDC

The Professional Development Committee develops programs which address the needs and concerns of Asian Pacific Americans as they enter the workforce, advance in their careers and become leaders in their profession and in the Asian American community.

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CAC
CAC

The Cultural Awareness Committee supports activities that enhance a more wide spread perception of Asian Americans which in turn raises cultural awareness to the public.  NAAAP-Phoenix encourages its members to network and build relationships with other Asian groups within our community.

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CSC
CSC

The Community Service Committee provides a variety of volunteer opportunities and other events to help engage NAAAP-Phoenix members in community outreach efforts. Other events include Special Olympics, Mesa Food Bank, Holiday Toy Drive and Dinner.

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MEN
MEN

The Mentorship Committee seeks innovative ways to attract mentors, mentees and corporation to the Mentorship Program, hosts monthly meetings, oversees the mentorship application and interview process, manages the dissemination and collection or quarterly program reviews from participants . . .

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Japanese American Citizens League (JACL)

Google Map 5414 W. Glenn Dr.
Phoenix AZ 85301
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Contact Person: Cindi Kishiyama-Harbottle
Phone: 480-710-8296

The JACL chapter in Arizona is the legacy of Japanese immigrants who settled in Arizona territory in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. By the early twentieth century, Japanese American families moved to Arizona and began truck farming small crops for the local market. Despite the challenges of being few in number, the Japanese Americans shared resources and support in their small communities and contributed to the development of Arizona as a state and to the Japanese American national community. The innovation, perseverance, and hard work of these Issei men and women established several community institutions that still exist today, including the JACL Arizona Chapter.

Arizona JACL is proud to continue the tradition of community, culture, and civil rights of the Japanese who first settled in Arizona and pursued the American promise. We invite you to learn more about the activities of our Arizona chapter and the mission and work of the National JACL to preserve the legacy of Japanese Americans in the United States and to protect the rights of all Americans.


  
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