Everything we do, we do for long-term development and educational approaches investing in people and economic growth to contribute back to our shared community
We host multiple events every year, either Annual Youth Summit, Community & Volunteer Project, or conferences. Please check the specificity dates and the type of events on our event pageCheck our events
Who We Are: Our Mission
The Burmese American Community Institute (BACI) is a non-profit organization founded in 2011 that provides educational and vocational support to the Burmese community in greater Indianapolis. The BACI also support community members regionally, nationally, and globally through new initiatives, collaborative and strategic partnerships, and advocacy.
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Help Us Reach our Goal
At BACI, we maintain a high standard of accountability and transparency with the use of grants and gifts our donors entrust to us. We are always trying to keep our overhead rate low. In the past year, we used 95 percent of our total operating expenses towards programs that directly benefit students and community.Book Drive
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Latest News Releases
BACI Hosted the U.S. Senator Todd Young, seek the U.S Support for Peace, Development, and Democracy in Burma/Myanmar INDIANAPOLIS (Aug. 28, 2017) – U.S. Sen. Todd Young, R-Ind., met with members of the Burmese-American community in Indianapolis where they discussed issues ranging from local needs to U.S. assistance to Myanmar, also known as Burma. In a meeting attended by members representing the Burmese-American community, Young gave his support for legislative policies that will continue federal programs aimed at assisting the refugees … read more
College going rate among Burmese-Americans increases 97.7 percent in six years INDIANAPOLIS, Aug. 3, 2017 – A Burmese American Community Institute (BACI) study finds the college going rate among Burmese-Americans 85 percent this year. The researchers at BACI found that the college going rate among the Burmese has increased from 43 percent in 2012 to 85 percent in 2017 which makes a 97.7 percent rise in 6 years. Out of 148 total respondents surveyed among recent Burmese high school graduates, 126 … read more