My invitation to a KAPN meeting was happenstance. I am a good friend of a former officer at KAPN, and made a last minute decision to check it out. Now, I have worked at several non-profits over the past 15 years, doing everything including administrative tasks, clerical work, to grant writing. The level of enthusiasm and professionalism shown by the officers, staff, and volunteers was inspiring. It reminded me why I worked in the non-profit industry, and for that reason alone, I have to say KAPN is an impressive group of sincere individuals. It was obvious to me that they hadn't wavered from their mission to uplift and empower. A wonderful non-profit.
I attended KAPN's College mentoring session a couple of years ago which really helped me get prepared for job opportunities. I had a chance to me diverse professionals and I could learn a lot from them. Thanks to KAPN, I was able to land in a professional career successfully. Thanks KAPN.
I have honestly never had so much fun volunteering before KAPN. They're a great group of people. I can't wait to see them all again. I miss you guys!!!
I had a wonderful time meeting at KAPN's networking event. Many of them are very accomplished and are doing wonderful things for their communities. I would highly recommend joining them. It's nice to see good organizations still exist.
I had so much fun at their YES (Youth Empowerment Seminar) event! I can't wait to go again!!
This was maybe four or five years ago, but I will never forget. I was down on my luck because I had lost my job. One of the KAPN officers volunteered to help me re-write my resume, another officer practiced mock interviews with me, and they even connected me to people in the field I was interested in. I can't thank all of you enough. I fully support KAPN. They're great people with a great mission. God Bless.
I attended their YES program, and it was an amazing experience. I made new friends and really felt like I belonged there. Thank you and I hope there's another YES program soon when the pandemic is over so I can volunteer!
KAPN is a great nonprofit . I'm a volunteer and they've made me feel like family. Everyone, especially the officers, are eager for the pandemic to be over so we can start serving our communities in person and make new alliances that will benefit everybody!
KAPN is one of the most active nonprofits in North Texas to help foster the youth of the Korean American community through networking and mentor ship programs, and has given back tremendously to the underserved and the heroes in Texas throughout the course of this pandemic.
I had an excellent time helping out during their YES seminar. This is such an awesome nonprofit to volunteer for. They're very caring, genuine, and sincere people. Thank you for the opportunity!!
A wonderful group of people that work hard for their community, especially in this very difficult time for Asian Americans.