Young Leaders Symposium


 

Asian American Commission’s 6th Annual Young Leaders Symposium
Date: September 23, 2017
Location: Vietnamese American Community Center (VietAID)
42 Charles Street, Dorchester, MA  02215
Time: 9am to 2pm

Our 6th Annual Young Leaders Symposium is designed to engage young leaders and promote leadership.  This year’s attendees will learn about all the aspects of a great leader through communication, public speaking, the importance of setting goals and planning, networking, conflict resolution, and decision making, etc…

  Registration is open! Please click on the icon to register.

This event is free and open to the public, for planning purposes, we would appreciate those interested in attending to register by Friday, September 15, 2017.  


Scholarship applications are being accepted!

The Commonwealth of Massachusetts Asian American Commission’s AAPI (Asian American & Pacific Islander) Scholarship.  We are pleased to continue its annual scholarship in the amount of $1000 for an incoming or current college student to use towards their undergraduate education expenses.  We would like to consider candidates who would like to continue his or her studies towards a career in health, human or social services and/or civic engagement and have a passion for giving back to the AAPI community in Massachusetts.

Please click on the icon to get to the scholarship introduction and application.

The application must be fully completed and returned (via email, hand-delivery, or regular mail) to Bora
Chiemruom, Executive Director.  Scholarship deadline has been extended to September 1, 2017 

Scholarship to be presented at the Young Leaders Symposium on Saturday, September 23.


We are currently accepting applications for two internship positions.

The AAC’s internship program aims to provide Master’s and upper-level undergraduate students with meaningful professional experience to strengthen and enhance their academic experience; to provide the Commission with talented students able to carry out a vast array of projects and tasks; and to build stronger ties between and among the communities, the commission, and the world of academia.

Click here for AAC’s Internship Program posting

The AAC’s PR and Legislative internship program aims to provide Master’s, Professional, or Doctoral level students with meaningful professional experience to strengthen and enhance their academic experience; to provide the Commission with talented students able to carry out PR and Legislative committee-related projects and tasks; and to build stronger ties between and among the communities, the commission, and the world of academia.

Click here for AAC-PRL Legislative Internship Program 2017