Posted on February 19, 2010
The Korean American Voters’ Council (KAVC) is now accepting applications for its 2010 Summer Internship Program. KAVC’s summer internship program focuses on grassroots community based activities centering on registering, educating, and mobilizing the Korean American community.
Through this unique program, our summer interns will learn about the following: (1) the importance of registering Korean Americans as voters; (2) the process of registering Korean Americans as voters; and (3) the important issues the Korean American community faces today. Our program is specifically devoted to helping develop all the inherent skills of our interns as they go out and experience firsthand what it takes to help and support the community.
This is a 6-week non-paid, part-time equivalent program, from June 26th through August 6th, which features individualized leadership training, the opportunity to meet community leaders in small group settings, exploration of community and cultural issues as they apply to Korean Americans, and career advice in a wide range of public service professions including government, law, business, journalism, non-profit management and politics. Interns are expected to spend a minimum 20 hours a week, for a total of 120 clock hours over the course of this program.
Application Deadline: April 30th, 2010
Download the application and apply today! KAVC SIP 2010 Application.pdf