Asian Community Support Group
Join other students and staff in building community and exploring Asian American mental health. This event is open to all Laney community members and will be facilitated by Laney’s Mental Health Team and APASS Counselor.
10/17, 10/31, 11/14, 11/28, 12/12
12:00PM-1:30PM (IN-PERSON ROOM-A120)
VIETNAMESE, MANDARIN, CANTONESE, MONGOLIAN TRANSLATION AVAILABLE
Contact Sharon Quach, email@example.com or scan the QR Code to sign up
On July 22, 2023, Laney College APASS Program celebrated the graduation of APIs Mobilize’s Mobilize Youth Leadership Program, a collaborative effort with Berkeley City College.
The program empowers students with leadership skills, advocacy knowledge, and mentorship, while speaker mentors act as role models fostering confidence and discipline for high school success and college readiness. Graduates of the program each received a scholarship of $400 after completing the leadership training course on the Laney College campus.
APIs Mobilize Founder Dr. Annie V. Lam congratulated the students and said, “I am incredibly proud of our students and their remarkable achievements. I am deeply thankful for all the partners who have served as a constant source of inspiration and mentors to our students. Their guidance and support help our students dream big and provide them with a roadmap for success. Together, we are nurturing a generation of future leaders who will undoubtedly make a positive impact on our world .
Laney College President Rudy Besikof addressed the class and joined in recognizing their achievement “place quote here”. Berkeley City College Dean Martin de Muchas Flores, one of the program co-sponsors, said “quote” .
Dr. David Lee, Director of the Asian Pacific American Student Success Program at Laney College, congratulated the graduates and thanked Dr. Annie Lam and her team for their amazing work.
“This Saturday, June 24th, from 10:00 am to 2:00pm at Laney College’s Bistro, a very meaningful program will be launched by APASS and APIs Mobilize Youth Summer Leadership Institute.
For the kickoff, two prominent Bay Area minority leaders, Lateefah Simon and Danny Wan will share their stories of their leadership journey with an insightful discussion that aims to inspire and empower those in attendance as well this year’s students to become future leaders in their chosen fields.”