November 29, 2018. In the partnership between ABIRC and FUSD Trustee Area 4, Chris De La Cerda, a small contribution of $500 was made to the Hmong American Student Association to promote youth leadership. From left to right, Newly elected Hmong American Student Association’s President Mai Yia Yang and current President Bonnie Her with[…]
Thanksgiving Break is over for the students. Monday has arrived, and everyone is at school, and so is ABIRC. Executive Director Blong Xiong, was invited to speak to the Hmong class regarding leadership and capacity building. (Executive Director Blong Xiong speaking to Hmong class on the importance of being a leader to the community.)
Spending the holiday by giving first. ABIRC delivered turkeys to partners organization (Lao Veteran of America, Institute, Special Guerrilla Unit, Fresno Interdenominational Refugee Ministries, and The Fresno Center) and who will then provide to ‘needing families.’ Turkeys were received from Paul Caprioglio and his office team.
ABIRC put on their third Community Engagement Workshop. We teach and educate our local farmers and small business about the new water regulation coming up 2020 on how they can best prepare for it and how do they engage with the policymaker. Additionally, we also discuss the resources we have to help them grow[…]
It was fun, and it was wild. The Asian Business Institute and Resource Center (ABIRC) hosted their 3rd Annual Golf Scholarship Tournament in collaboration with the Fresno State Hmong Alumni Association. It wasn’t just golf. But, a socializing and network opportunity that professionals from all walks of life could not miss out on. The funds will[…]