National Association of Asian American Professionals (NAAAP) Launches Career Center Online
(U.S. ASIAN WIRE)-- July 9, 2007-- To coordinate with its National Convention in August, the National Association of Asian American Professionals (NAAAP) has launched a comprehensive Career Center to connect talented professionals with diversity-minded corporations. The NAAAP Career Center (http://www.naaap .org/careers/) allows job-seeking professionals to apply for top-notch opportunities with corporations dedicated to diversity and career development. Job seekers can publicly or anonymously submit their resumes for free to attract interest from potential employers.
Delta Airlines, a sponsor of NAAAP's convention, scheduled for August 16-19, 2007, in Atlanta, will be giving away three free round trip, domestic airline tickets to three lucky job seekers who post their resumes by July 31, 2007. The names/resumes will be drawn during the convention; however, the winners do not need to be present to win.
About the NAAAP Convention
The NAAAP National Convention is an annual event for Asian American and Asian Canadian professionals and organizations dedicated to serving our Asian communities. The event includes a two-day diversity career fair, more than 20 workshops focused on leadership, management, entrepreneurship, diversity and community service, over 45 national and local workshop speakers, inspiring keynote speakers, Friday and Saturday dinner galas, valuable networking, and exciting entertainment. The 2007 NAAAP National Convention will be held at the Hyatt Regency Atlanta Hotel from August 16-19, 2007, and boasts the theme: "Catalyst for Growth: Awareness, Opportunity, Leadership."
Established in 1982, the National Association of Asian American Professionals (NAAAP) is the largest and fastest growing North American Asian professional organization in the United States and Canada. NAAAP is a volunteer-based, non-profit, 501(3), professional organization that promotes the career advancement and leadership development of North American Asian professionals in all fields, through networking, respecting Asian multiculturalism, and supporting diversity and community service. There are currently over 25 chapters, ventures, and affiliates across the United States and Canada and a growing North American membership of more than 3,000. For more information, visit www.naaap.org