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Guide to Entering into Grad School: Public Policy (Part 2)

November 16, 2021 at 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM


Asian Resilience Collective Canada (ARCC) and the Asian Policy Professionals Network (APPN) are back to host a 2nd panel on getting into public policy graduate school programs in Ontario on November 16, 2021 at 6:30 PM EST.

Current students and recent graduates of various public policy graduate programs from University of Toronto, University of Waterloo, and Queen’s University, as well as Carleton MPPA student Dong Ngo, will share their experiences applying to and attending their grad programs.

Register here to join us for an informative event!

About Asian Resilience Collective Canada (ARCC)

Asian Resilience Collective Canada (ARCC) is a youth-led non-profit organization aimed to promote Asian Canadian civic participation, founded on the principles of resilience, empowerment, and unity. ARCC hosts a variety of events on topics such as political engagement, arts and culture, activism, and aims to become a knowledge-sharing, networking and mentorship platform.

Visit our website at to learn more! Also follow us on our social media platforms, easily accessible here:

ARCC is always open for collaborations and partnerships, contact us if you are interested!

About the Asian Policy Professionals Network (APPN)

The Asian Policy Professionals Network (APPN) is a grassroots non-profit group of individuals who have Asian heritage. We are passionate about public policy issues that impact the Asian-Canadian Community. Through APPN, we aim to connect Asian-Canadian policy professionals, strengthen the policy capacity of Asian-Canadian communities and non-profit organizations, and build the human capital and talent pool of Asian-Canadians in the policy-related fields and leadership roles.

Visit our website at and our social media: APPN_Canada (Twitter), APPN_canada (Instagram) and Asian Policy Professionals Network (LinkedIn). You can also reach us at