Internships – Development, Marketing, Community Health
Start Date and Ending Date: January 2019 – May 2019
Application Due Date: November 23, 2018
Hours: 10 hours per week
ABOUT THE AARC – NONPROFIT
The Asian American Resource Center Nonprofit Organization (AARC Nonprofit) is a Texas 501(c)3 corporation committed improving quality of life for all Asians living in Austin. Our organization cultivates community partnerships and programs in the areas of refugee/new immigrant services, senior enrichment and community health and wellness. Our mission is to improve health and wellness of Asian Americans in Austin through advocacy, service, and education.
Overall, the ideal AARC – Nonprofit Intern is organized and has good communication skills. They are culturally competent and aware of different issues of the Asian American community today. The Intern is supervised by the Executive Director and will support the efforts of all team members. Bilingualism, especially in Mandarin Chinese, Burmese, Korean, or Vietnamese, is preferred, but not required.
We are looking for interns for the following areas:
- Marketing/Social Media – assist with developing marketing materials for publication to the community, able to communicate effectively
- Development – assist with grant writing/proposal drafting, fundraising, research, and further supporting the AARC’s mission
- Community Health – promotes the Community Health Navigator program by developing health materials and educational programs
- Administrative Intern – assists with logistics, brainstorming events based on community needs, event planning, strategic planning
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
The Intern works closely with the Executive Director to support the mission of the Asian American Resource Center. Duties will be assigned according to their interests, but must be flexible in collaborating and working with other employees when needed.
This is a part-time position. There is opportunity for class credit if allowed by the college/university. This is a great opportunity to learn more about non-profits, health policy, and creating positive change in the local community.
If you are interested in the internship, please send an updated resume with a brief cover letter. In the cover letter you should identify which of the responsibilities and preferred internship position. Also in the cover letter, please provide information on if you are interested in applying for course credit using this internship.
Please email Hailey Easley, firstname.lastname@example.org, with the subject line as “Internship Application”