Internship | Asian American Resrouce Center, Pomona College
The Asian American Resource Center is hiring for 2018-2019 AARC Intern positions! Please help us share this great opportunity with students interested in personal growth, student leadership, advocacy, service and engagement.
AARC student interns play a crucial role in the daily operations of the Asian American Resource Center. As a student intern, they work in a team environment on projects that raise awareness regarding issues pertaining to Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders. These projects require AARC interns to communicate effectively with a wide range of audiences, work independently, be accountable to their peers, maintain a professional yet personable demeanor while working office hours, and represent the Asian American Resource Center to the larger campus community.
To access the application and learn more about the position, visit http://bit.ly/AARCIntern18
About the AARC:
The Asian American Resource Center (AARC), established in 1991, helps Asian Pacific American students develop intellectually, socially, personally, academically and politically. Central to all programs, projects, and events is the value of developing leadership skills among APA students. Working in conjunction with the Intercollegiate Department of Asian American Studies (IDAAS), the AARC creates opportunities to raise awareness of issues affecting Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders. The AARC works in collaboration with other ethnic groups, academic department and campus offices to sponsor a wide range of educational endeavors. By fostering awareness of APA issues at Pomona College, the AARC helps strengthen the Claremont Colleges and the greater community.
- Build a stronger sense of Asian Pacific Islander community
- Raise awareness of issues affecting Asian/Asian American and Pacific Islanders
- Develop student leadership.
- Act as a resource for the campus community
Learn More About Us
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