Welcome

Welcome to the CAPA Community Education Fund.  Thank you for taking the time to learn more about the CAPA Community Education Fund or CAPA CEF and our efforts to strengthen and empower the Chinese and Asian Pacific American communities by promoting leadership education, civic development, and voter education and participation.

The CAPA Community Education Fund is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.  Tax ID # 01-0685771

Our CAPA CEF Class of 2015 Interns with special guests, Assemblymember Catharine Baker, Walnut Creek Mayor Robert Simmons and Danville Councilmember Newell Arnerich and internship committee members:

Our CAPA CEF Class of 2015 Interns with special guests, Assemblymember Catharine Baker, Walnut Creek Mayor Robert Simmons and Danville Councilmember Newell Arnerich and internship committee members.


In the News

Former Intern, Iris Wang, a graduating senior at Acalanes High School in Lafayette, has been named one of 689 semifinalists in the 2016 U.S. Presidential Scholars Program.  The semifinalists were selected from nearly 4,700 candidates expected to graduate U.S. high schools in 2016.   Finalists will be named in May 2016.  For more information on the U.S. Presidential Scholars Program, please go to: www.ed.gov/psp.


2016 Internship Applications are available!

Please download the application here (PDF format)
2016 Summer Internship Application

Instructions (PDF format)
2016 Summer Internship Application Instructions

Please click here to review this year’s requirements and important dates.

 

2015 Intern Graduation Event reported by US China Press.

Class of 2015 Interns in the news.
Max Han and Abey Linin Chinese
you can also download the PDF version for Abey and Max