Saturday, September 30, 2006

About the P.I.A. Project

The mission of the Pacific Islander Access project is to increase Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander access to higher educational opportunity by ending their exclusion from academic programs for underrepresented minorities. We hope that by doing this, we will play a role in ending the underrepresentation of Pacific Islander Americans in higher education.

The P.I.A. project began as a grad-school project in 2006. Since the fall of 2010, we've been a nonprofit incorporated in Washington, DC, and today we are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation. We are run by a CEO and a Board of Directors, all of whom serve on a volunteer basis. To learn about our plan, click here. Or, to learn more about our board members, follow this link.

To return to the P.I.A. project 101 page, click here.

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