Announcements

National CAPACD Commends Confirmations for New HUD Secretary and OMB Director

Yesterday, the Senate confirmed San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro as the next Secretary of Housing and Urban Development. He replaces Secretary Shaun Donovan who earlier today was confirmed to serve as the Director of the Office of Management and Budget. 

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National CAPACD is Hiring - Director of Policy and Civic Engagement

National CAPACD seeks an experienced Director of Policy and Civic Engagement to help lead the organization in its work on a host of issues affecting low and moderate income Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in the U.S. The Director of Policy and Civic Engagement will be a key member of the organization’s senior management team and assist in charting the future of the organization.
 
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National CAPACD Launches Immigrant Integration Financial Capability Program

May 20, 2014 – Asian American and Pacific Islander communities from across the country have come together to launch the Immigrant Integration Financial Capability program, a pilot project, funded by the Citi Foundation, that will help low-income immigrants save and pay for the cost of citizenship, starting a business or other elements of the American Dream. The Chinese American Service League (Chicago, IL), Chinese Community Center (Houston, TX), Chhaya Community Development Corporation (Jackson Heights, NY) and Korean Resource Center (Los Angeles, CA) have been selected from a national pool to implement this innovative program.  
 
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National CAPACD Supports the Nominations of Nani Coloretti and Erika Moritsugu to HUD

National CAPACD applauds President Obama's nominations of Nani Coloretti to Deputy Secretary and Erika Moritsugu to Assistant Secretary for Congressional and Intergovernmental Relations at the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

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Program Assistant Job Announcement

National CAPACD seeks a highly motivated, flexible Program Assistant to join a dynamic and rapidly growing organization. The Program Assistant will provide critical support to National CAPACD’s Housing Counseling Program and support our evolving work in Asset Building and Community Development in the Oakland office.

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Next Generation Leadership Program Scholarship for National Convention Now Available!

Scholarships through our Next Generation Leadership Program are now available for National CAPACD members to join us at our 2014 Annual Convention, The Movement for Economic Justice: Changing Our Narratives Together at the Washington Marriott Wardman Park in Washington DC, June 8-11, 2014. 

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National CAPACD's 14th Annual Convention Early Bird Registration Now Open

Registration is now open for National CAPACD's14th Annual Convention, The Movement for Economic Justice: Changing the Narrative Together!

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National CAPACD Encouraged by the President’s Commitment to Expanding Opportunities for All

With the widening racial wealth gap and income inequality underscoring the continued barriers to economic mobility for many Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders (AAPIs) and other underserved communities, National CAPACD is encouraged by the President’s commitment to ensuring economic opportunities and progress for all Americans.
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Director of Policy and Civic Engagement Job Announcement

National CAPACD seeks an experienced Director of Policy and Civic Engagement to help lead the organization in its work on a host of issues affecting low and moderate income Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in the U.S. The Director of Policy and Civic Engagement will be a key member of the organization’s senior management team and assist in charting the future of the organization.

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National CAPACD Statement on the 50th Anniversary of the War on Poverty

Fifty years ago, President Johnson declared a War on Poverty to create and ensure opportunities for greater economic security for all Americans. Anti-poverty programs like Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, Head Start, SNAP, and the Earned Income Tax Credit have been instrumental in creating pathways out of poverty for Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, Pacific Islanders (AAPI), and other vulnerable communities. 

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