April 30th - May 3rd, 2015 RiverCentre, Saint Paul, MN
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For nearly 83 years, the Festival of Nations has inspired people throughout the region to discover more about our world and embrace the rich cultural diversity brought to us by immigrants from around the globe. In 2015, the Festival will continue its legacy as the longest running multicultural festival in the Midwest and, once again, collaborate with more than 80 ethnic groups to create a truly unique experience – one that celebrates cultural heritage and provides our community’s immigrants with a platform to express their stories through world-class performances, exhibits, ethnic cuisine, and personal connections. Held at the St. Paul RiverCentre, the Festival of Nations offers the opportunity to develop an appreciation, rather than just tolerance of other cultures as we build for the future together.
IAM Invites you to Connect Asia
Date: Saturday, May 16th, 2015
Time: 5:00 PM CST to 9:30 PM CST
Venue: MAHLE Auditorium
Connect, Communicate, Network and Exchange ideas with fellow professionals of Asian origin at Connect Asia - Spring 2015 and celebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month.
Connect Asia is a unique platform that aims to bring together corporate employee resource groups and Asian organizations under one umbrella to promote engagement, inclusion and diversity in corporate leadership.
Ketan Kakkad's invitation to Tech Summit on April 17th
IAM is proud to congratulate Mr. Ketan Kakkad who has been invited to participate at the White House Tech Summit on April 17,2015.(See the invitation below). IAM wishes him the great success at this summit. His group is among select few from 30,000+ Tech Meetups in the USA, and only one from Minnesota. Ketan is the chief organizer of the Minnesota Web Design Professional Group.
Over 200 Attend Connect India 2015 Event
IAM hosted their revamped annual event Connect India on Saturday, February 7th, 2015 at the Wilder Center. Part of IAM’s mission is to serve as a focal point of contact between the many Indian organizations in the state. They achieved this goal by creating a platform for the various Indian regional organizations in Minnesota to come and share their plans for the year. This was a key networking event that served as an opportunity to interact with community leaders. Several non-profit organizations were given the opportunity to share their goals and missions.