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MANA Library Guide

 MANA LibGuide

The MANA Library Guide was graciously created by MANA's reference librarian, Analu Josephides. In hopes to make NHPI history and data more accessible, this library guide serves as an avenue to library databases, books, scholarly articles, digital libraries and more. 

College of San Mateo Mana Program

The El Camino College MANA program is a proud chapter of the College of San Mateo's Mana Program. "The Mana Program at the College of San Mateo is a transfer support program that focuses on specialized retention support strategies needed for success in college. It focuses on the Pacific Islander American-student experience and is open to all students. The three primary components of the program are ethnic studies, communication and academic support." For more information, visit their website

The following reports have been provided by Empowering Pacific Islander Communities

A Community of Contrasts: Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders in California, 2014 A Community of Contrasts: Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders in the United States, 2014
NHPI Community of Contrasts California Report 2014 NHPI Community of Contrasts in USA Report


Other Resources On Campus:

1. Knowledgeable, Engaged and Aspiring Students (KEAS) Program

2. AB 540 and Undocumented Student Resources 

3. Financial Aid Office 

4. Warrior Food Pantry

5. Student Equity Reenvisioned Faculty (SER)

Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander serving community organizations in the South Bay:

1. National Pacific Islander Education Network (NPIEN)

2. Pacific Islander Health Partnership (PIHP)

3. Office of Samoan Affairs (OSA)

4. Orange County Asian and Pacific Islander Community Alliance (OCAPICA)

5. Empowering Pacific Islander Communities (EPIC)