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When you work at APASS you become a part of the APASS Family. We are student-centered and student-driven. We strive to empower our student staff to create and program for the center and serve as an ambassador for APASS and the APIDA community at USC.
Center Assistants serve as the front-line in our department and will often be the first people you meet when you walk through our doors. They help to run our center by staffing our front desk, answering phone and email, information sharing, and supporting our programs and events. Program Assistants are responsible for running our core programs – CIRCLE, PEER, QTAPI, & CONNECTIONS. They are creative individuals who take initiative and are comfortable leading.
APASS provides a creative work environment with opportunities for growth. If you are highly motivated, enjoy talking to students, and are knowledgeable about USC, these positions might be a great fit for you.
These positions are only open to undergradaute USC students. For more information, please contact us at email@example.com or 213-740-4999 or visit us at STU 410.
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Join the APASS family! We are HIRING!
We are hiring for a Graduate Assistant (GA) to serve as an Internship Coordinator for the TIE Internship Program.
The primary role of the TIE Internship Coordinator will be supporting the planning, development, and implementation of the Together In Empowerment (TIE) Internship Program in APASS. The TIE Internship Program (11-week program) seeks to help APIDA students gain insight into the APIDA community in Los Angeles and learn the importance of community empowerment and advocacy to create and impact change. The GA will be supporting the Center Supervisor to interview and place interns with a Community Based Organization (CBO) internship site placement, lead and facilitate orientation, seminars, and support students in developing their Campus Action Project (CAP). The CAP will address a key social issue in the APIDA community specifically seen or experienced at USC. The CAP should seek to improve diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts on campus. Internship site placements are anticipated to be hybrid, but the primary responsibilities of the Internship Coordinator must be carried out in-person. The Internship Coordinator will be co-supervising one Center Assistant who will be supporting the internship program.
The Internship Coordinator will be supporting APASS in other miscellaneous projects as assigned.
For a complete job description, click the download button below.
To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume to Center Supervisor, Bao Nhia Moua, at firstname.lastname@example.org and include in your email subject headline: “TIE Internship Coordinator.”
Priority Application Deadline: Sunday, December 12, 2021
Interviews anticipated to take place: Dec 13, 2021 – Dec 17, 2021
- Must be a currently enrolled USC graduate student
- Must have work-study
- Must be eligible to work in the United States and have appropriate work authorization documents (Passport or Social Security Card).
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