The PAAC Fellowship is a 10-month intentional online learning community that will run from August 2019 through June 2020. Now in its third year, the fellowship aims to educate PAACs about our history, intersectionalities, and activism with the goal of developing a more integrated PAAC identity and deeper relationships with fellow PAACs. Every month, we'll focus on a different topics and frameworks of interest to PAACs: Asian American history, Asian American theology, Asian American psychology, PAAC political action, and more.
- Every month, on a Saturday (9am PT/12pm ET), we’ll have a 2-hour live webinar with an expert in the field.
- Every week, on a weekday evening, fellows will meet in their online small groups, where they will process weekly readings and discussion questions curated by that month's speaker.
- In May or June of 2020, fellows will gather in Seattle for a time of in-person learning and community before the PAAC conference. (Your conference registration fee will be waived, but the cost of travel and lodging is not included. We encourage you to apply for the fellowship even if you aren't sure if you will be able to participate in this part of the program in person.)
Applications are due on July 15. Space is limited and fellows will be accepted on a rolling basis, so applying early is strongly encouraged. The cost of the program is $550 plus the cost of reading material. Tuition must be paid by September 1, 2019. Fellows may apply for scholarships if needed. Our hope for the program is that fellows will grow in community and be spiritually formed as we journey, learn, and ask questions together.