OCA SACRAMENTO

                                  Mentoring Asian American Professional (MAAP) Program

Mentoring Asian American Professionals....cultivating the next generation of confident, empowered, equipped, and collaborative professional leaders.

OCA Sacramento chapter is focused and committed to investing in the future of Asian American professional 

leaders. The National OCA MAAP program, with the generous sponsorship of UPS, will cultivate the next generation of Asian American professional leaders through mentoring, skills building, and networking. The program pairs Asian American professionals with experienced leaders in their field. As part of the mentoring process, participants will create a personal strategic plan allowing them to identify ways to achieve their professional as well as personal goals.

 

MAAP is a three month program with three group mentoring network sessions and four 1:1 mentoring meetings. Mentors and mentees are strongly encouraged to meet at least once a month to discuss specific career-building topics. Discussion guides will be provided for each topic.

Overarching Goal:

To cultivate the next generation of confident, empowered, equipped, and collaborative Asian American professional 

leaders through mentoring, skills-building, and networking. Participants will create a personal strategic plan that 

will allow them to identify ways to achieve their personal and professional goals.


Objectives:
  • Facilitate a strong one-on-one mentoring relationship for participants to discuss career-building topics that  integrate social responsibility.
  • Provide a pool of mentors for mentees to contact for advice  and consultation.
  • Provide a forum for AAPI professionals to network and learn from their peers.
  • Strengthen relationships between the Business Advisory Council (BAC) and the local OCA chapters.
  • To offer an opportunity for local chapters to engage with their communities through collaborations and to         recruit new members through the participation pool.
  • For detailed National information: http://www.ocanational.org
                                           

To View MAAP Video Participant Interviews From 2012 click HERE.


Network Convening Location      

VSP

3333 Quality Drive

Rancho Cordova, CA 95670

Program Duration:                         

Introductory Network Convening:      June 25, 2016 (9am-1pm)   
Midway Network Convening:              July 16, 2016 (9am-1pm) 
Final Network Convening:                   August 06, 2016 (9am-1pm)


Registration Instructions: 

To sign up as mentor or mentee, please register online and fill-out the MAAP Application. 


Mentees:

This program is intended for College juniors, seniors and entry level professionals to mid career for participants enrolled as mentees.

Mentors:

We welcome individuals who have at least 5 years professional working experience, some supervisory or 

managerial experience and community involvement.


Cost:

OCA Members: FREE 

Non-Members: $40 (Includes one year individual membership, program materials & workshops)

Visit OCA National MAAP 

For information, Click Here

Download Flyer: Click Here


OCA Sacramento Facilitators: Karen Yip - Karen.Yip@vsp.com and Greg Jung - gregjung88@gmail.com

 

MAAP@ocanational.org
1322 18th St NW
Washington, DC 20036

P: 202-223-5500

 


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MAAP Locations:

MAAP-Sacramento

P.O. Box 221306

Sacramento, CA  95822

 

MAAP-DC
OCA National Center

1322 18th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20036
 

MAAP-Houston
American First National Bank
9999 Bellaire Blvd, 12th Floor
Houston, TX 77036

 

MAAP-Chicago

MB Financial Center

6111 North River Road

Rosemont, IL 60018

               

National Sponsor


   

MAAP-Atlanta
UPS Headquarters

55 Glenlake Parkway
Atlanta,  GA  30328

 

MAAP-San Francisco

San Francisco City Hall 

San Francisco, CA

  

Embracing the Hopes and Aspirations of Asian Americans 

                                    "Light the Torch for the Next Generation"