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Communications Internship - Applications Due 9/30

Asian Pacific Islanders Coalition South Puget Sound (or APIC SPS) is seeking an intern for 2022-23. We are looking for undergraduate students, recent graduates, or graduate students who can demonstrate that they seek to gain hands-on experience in grassroots community development within a community organization. The APIC SPS Internship Program strives to encourage and cultivate young AAPI student leaders to explore a career in the public service, public policy, community, or related sectors. This internship program will also provide hands-on experience and training on how to organize and implement civic engagement activities to increase the participation of AAPIs in the public policy process. Intern(s) report to the APIC Program Director.

For the Year of 2022 and 23, we are offering this paid internship for Communication. If you are interested in remote, unpaid internships throughout the year, please apply as well. DeadlineSeptember 30, 2022

Paid internships receive a total stipend of $9,000 between October and June, or $1,000 monthly. The internship time frame may be negotiated with the Program Director and per contract. Work duties will be assigned by the Program Director of APIC SPS and will be 12 hours weekly, or 50 total hours monthly.

Apply online or submit your application to APIC SPS Co-chair and Program Director: Lin Crowley @  lincrowley@gmail.com or apic.southpugetsound@gmail.com

Charting Your Career Path Event 9/22

Asian Pacific Islander Coalition South Puget Sound (APIC SPS) is committed to helping all individuals to realize their inner strength in their personal lives and career paths. We cordially invite you to take action to increase your success in planning your careers by learning from successful leaders and experts in their fields. By participating in our "Charting your Career Path" event, you can develop more skills to select a career path that is meaningful to you.  The goal of this event is to support students and interested community members to cultivate their career seeking skills to select a meaningful career path. You can also use this opportunity to network, share ideas, tips, and practices to better your opportunities to become what we want to be! 

 

High school seniors, college students, and job seekers are highly encouraged to attend. 

 

All are welcome, and Registration is free. Accommodation is available upon request. Event One: Sept. 22, 2022, 4pm-6pm. Please register before noon on Sept. 22. 

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