Community APIA Resources
Counseling and Transfer Resources
- Mission College Counseling Department.
- Connect with a counselor who speaks your language.
- Explore Academic Majors.
- Assist.org - Articulation Agreement Mission College and UC/CSU campuses.
- csumentor.edu and calstate.edu - California State University campus information.
- UC Transfer Paths.
- California Occupational Guide.
- Access College Catalogs Across the Nation.
- Guide to US Colleges.
With a generous grant from the Robert N. Chang Charitable Foundation, the Mission College Library has created the Asian American, Native Hawaiian & Pacific Islander Collection and Speaker Program.
The collection showcases writings by and about all Asian Americans, Native Hawaiian & Pacific Islander, with an emphasis on Chinese Americans. It documents the impact Asian Americans, Native Hawaiian & Pacific Islander have made on American society.
There has been a wave of anti- Asian violence since the start of Covid- 19 here are some resources to help support the Asian community.
The largest non-profit organization in Santa Clara dedicated to providing mental health and human services to the local API community.
They provide culturally and linguistically competent services for individuals and families; individuals seeking recovery from drug, alcohol (mostly for adolescents) or gambling addiction; elderly clients interested in wellness programs; women seeking support and shelter due to domestic violence; and those interested in HIV/AIDS testing and awareness.
AARS is committed to supporting individuals to recover from alcohol and/or drug addiction; they provide cross-cultural counseling and multilingual support.
This organization provides leadership development, as well as personal and group support, for Asian American women in the South Bay.
Their mission is to support South Asian women experiencing domestic violence by providing counseling, emergency shelters, and attorneys.
This is a non-profit organization that helps AAPI clients dealing with legal issues that include housing, immigration, citizenship, and public benefits.
They provide internships, fellowships and community leadership opportunities for students as well as educational and social events dedicated to exploring the experiences of Japanese Americans.
Information for Student Applicants: The Asian Pacific Fund offers 17 scholarship programs to help undergraduate and graduate students achieve their education goals.
Information from Best Colleges for scholarships for AAPI students.
Phi Theta Kappa offers members opportunities to apply for over $87 million in scholarships opportunities from Phi Theta Kappa, partnering senior colleges, universities and foundations – a benefit unmatched by other honor societies.