Washington State Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs
Applications for the Washington State Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs are being accepted through the end of May.
Commission members are appointed by the governor to serve three-year terms. The open positions will become available June 30, 2010.
The Governor’s Office is looking for diversity in commission membership. Applications are on the Governor’s Website (www.governor.wa.gov/boards/default.asp). They’re also available by contacting the commission at 360/725-5667.
The Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs was established by the state legislature in 1974 to improve the well-being of Asian Pacific Americans by insuring their access to participation in the fields of government, business, education, and other areas. It has a board made up of 12-governor appointed members that represent the diverse communities of Washington State.
Opportunities to serve on other boards, commissions, and committees are available.