EWCA Online Networks

The East-West Center Association (EWCA), the Center’s official Alumni organization, works with Alumni to strengthen the EWCA network and extend the mission of the Center throughout the region. The EWCA maintains four main online networks to keep Alumni, Associates and Friends of the East-West Center communicating with each other.

Join our EWC and EWCA Online Networks at:

Together with our Alumni we are working hard in developing our online networks:

We hope that you’ll keep in touch with us and participate in our international professional network. Just like you, more than 62,000 men and women have been EWC participants in its over 50 year history, and many have joined the close to 50 established EWCA chapters in 20 countries.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Associates Office, the official organization of the EWCA at alumni@eastwestcenter.org.

6 thoughts on “EWCA Online Networks

  1. Hi I am Najib Assifi, EWC 1973-1975. Can someone direct me to an on-line list of EWC Alumni? Thanks

    • You can access an online list of alumni by clicking on the East-West Center Community link. Membership and access to the Community is exclusive to EWC Alumni, Associate members, and current EWC students.

  2. Really Appreciate this blog post, can I set it up so I get an alert email when you publish a new update?

    • Yes, just click on the Subscribe to RSS Feeds icon (on the right side column, under “Follow EWCA”). You will have the option of how you want the feed sent to you.

  3. hi
    like to know is Obuchi scholarship is only for APLP program or also covers master and Phd courses in Hawaii University?

    • The Obuchi Student Scholarship provides
      funding for graduate study to participate in educational, cultural, residential, and leadership development programs at the East-West Center while pursuing a Master’s or Doctoral degree at the University of Hawai‘i, or for study in the Asia Pacific Leadership Program (APLP)
      Type of Study: Master’s or Doctoral degrees (up to 24-month fellowship) or APLP (4.5 month fellowship).
      Eligibility: Residents of Okinawa, Japan, who have the intention of returning to Okinawa on completion of study, to contribute to the development needs of Okinawa.
      Provisions: Substantial funding toward education and living expenses, including tuition and fees, graduate residence hall room costs, health insurance, book allowance, and partial living stipend.
      Application Deadline for Obuchi Student Scholarship: November 3 for Master’s or Doctoral applicants; December 1 for APLP
      For more information: scholarships@eastwestcenter.org

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