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United Chinese Communities
910 17th Street, NW 8th Floor
Posted: September 11 2016
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: 2 Full-time, Unpaid
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DescriptionNEW ASIAN LEADERS/NEW ASIAN INSTITUTE IS LOOKING FOR INTERNS!
Here's a great opportunity for those interested in undergraduate and graduate internships in Washington, DC at a new and fast-growing non-profit Asian American organization: New Asian Leaders/New Asian Institute (NAL/NAI), through its Washington, DC-based Headquarters, is seeking interns in the areas of social research, communications and outreach, development, research, mobile app/website development to assist in facilitating NAL/NAI activities.
The mission of NAL/NAI is to promote the general well-being of Chinese American and Asian American communities through policy advocacy, research, networking, information dissemination, leadership development, and community outreach and empowerment. NAL/NAI does this by:
Networking and strengthening Chinese and Asian American organizations in a think tank so that their voices and concerns are heard throughout the world supporting and enhancing US, Asian, and global engagement and mutual understanding
Inform and prepare public, private, and civic sector leaders for a complex global future impacted by the US, Asia, and China on the world stage
Provide a meeting place and nexus for Asian, Chinese Diaspora, and Asian American communities to engage in domestic and international policy and advocacy
Through its National Asian American Center (NAAC), be a think tank and research center for critical studies on politics, social and environmental change, and economic and trade relations
Establishes programs for youth leadership among Chinese, Chinese Americans, Asian, and Asian Americans who will enrich knowledge and facilitate greater dialogue between the US, Asia, and China
Most of these undergraduate and undergraduate internships are unpaid positions and require at least 10 hours during each semester or quarter. For further information, check: http://www.uccusa.org/internshipsWe are located in the heart of Washington, DC in the K Street Corridor area, two blocks away from the White House. Three Metro station are very close-by (Farragut West, Farragut North, and McPherson Square).Most of these undergraduate and graduate internships are unpaid positions and require at least 10 hours. Hours are flexible and negotiable. Some weekend and evening hours may be required. Internship Start Date : Starting on September 15, 2016 and afterwards.
Internship Location : 910 17th Street, NW, 8th Floor, Washington, DC 20006, near Farragut West and Farragut North Metro Station. Duration : Fall 2016 and Spring 2016 and Summer 2016. Summer programs are part and full-time. OPTs are possible.
Undergraduate and Graduate Internships NAL/NAI will offer internships in four areas:
Communications and Outreach Internships Interns will provide administrative and editorial support to the communications team. Duties include: event coordination; assisting with proofreading; distributing e-newsletters and new press releases; updating NAL/NAI blogs and social media; buildi