Last April, the New York City Asian American Student Conference celebrated its 10th anniversary under the theme Checkpoints: Communicating Consciousness.
It's time to start looking forward to next year's conference. We're now accepting workshop suggestions for NYCAASC 2017. Help us build next year's theme!
The New York City Asian American Student Conference is an annual day-long conference built by students, for students, to promote dialogue about racial and sociopolitical issues affecting Asian Americans.
Every year, students from colleges and high schools across New York City come together in a welcoming environment to create solidarity and initiative both locally and beyond.
The NYCAASC conference is held every year in late April at NYU. Details about the 11th annual New York City Asian American Student Conference will be coming soon.
There are many ways you can get involved with NYCAASC!
Join a community of students dedicated to building a space for awareness, solidarity, and action.
The conference is made possible by workshops that tackle a variety of important and engaging topics.
Connect with others throughout NYC's Asian/Pacific/American student community!
Propose an event collaboration between NYCAASC and your school's AAPI club/organization! (coming soon!)