NAPAWF in St. Cloud, MN

The St. Cloud chapter welcomes all Asian, Pacific Islander, and Hapa women and girls to meetings and events. Come find out more about NAPAWF – St. Cloud or to get involved in your community. Meetings take place starting 6:30pm-8:30pm at various locations on a Friday.

2017 Teen Retreat Application Form

This intensive, interactive weekend retreat will empower young Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) girls ages 14-18 with the strategies, rhetoric and confidence to address sexual violence in their communities. Participants will learn the skills necessary to become leaders of social change for other AAPI girls and women.

There is no cost to participate in the retreat, but registration is required. Register here!
When: June 23 – June 25, 2017
Time: 6 PM June 23 (Fri) – 11 AM June 25 (Sun)
Location: Saint Cloud State University (SCSU) campus (720 4th Ave S, St Cloud, MN 56301)
Phone contact: Amy Tran, 701.403.9702

Sponsors and Partnerships

U.S. Department of State, administered by World Learning
NEW Leadership Development Institute
Girl Scouts River Valleys Minnesota & Wisconsin
Women’s Center, St. Cloud State University

Chapter History

  • Began meeting in 2001
  • Screened the movie Hecho En Los Angeles
    • Documentary on immigration, worker’s rights, and justice which resulted in the increase of garment workers’ wages
  • Listen Up Conference in 2007
    • Over 200 people attended workshops
  • Teen Retreat in 2008
  • Teen Retreat in May 2011
    • Increased the confidence and self-esteem of teen participants
  • Educated attendees at the Dragon Festival about API women’s issues
  • 15th Year Anniversary Celebration
  • Help coordinate local, regional and national initiatives to improve nail salon worker health and safety

 

2017 St. Cloud Chapter Leaders:

Amee Vang, CoChair
Alexandria Vang, CoChair
Hedy Tripp, Treasurer
Bao Lee, Secretary
Phiengtavanh Savatdy, Historian

Contact this Chapter

For more information about the chapter, please email stcloudchapter@napawf.org.

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