APSA 2016-2017 Internship Application
Rolling deadline.

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If there are any questions or issues regarding the application, please contact Iybie Kang, APSA President, at apsa.chair@gmail.com

Mission Statement
The Asian Pacific Student Association (APSA) is a progressive network of constituent organizations that empower the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community at the University of California, Irvine. Through a commitment to education, advocacy, community outreach and active political participation, APSA promotes diversity throughout the community at large. In pursuing these goals, APSA strives towards the establishment of equality in a multicultural society.
In March of 1981, Terry Hayamizu formed the Asian/Pacific Student and Staff Association at the University of California, Irvine in response to several suicide attempts made by Asian American students who felt trapped between two cultures. This organization functioned as a social support network, which sought to promote cultural sensitivity and awareness through educating UCI staff and students. As the needs of the students changed, so did the focus of the organization. Consequently, the Asian Pacific Student Association was formed in 1988 to better address the specific needs of students. Since then, APSA has grown as an organization. In addition to its role as a social support network, APSA has established itself as a political entity challenging the issues that affect Asian and Pacific Islander students.
Application Information
APSA's intern application is open to all years and majors.

The following intern positions are available:
- Programs (3 intern positions)
- Constituent Council (2 intern positions)
- Community (2 intern positions)
- Publicity (1 intern position)

* Duties specific to each intern position will be detailed on the next page.

General Intern Duties (mandatory)
- Attend and help coordinate APSA’s Asian Pacific American Awareness Conference (APAAC) on Saturday January 21, 2017 from 8:00AM to 6:00PM

- Attend weekly hour-long board meetings organized by the President (time TBD)

- Assist in the preparation and organization of all APSA events, including but not limited to: APAAC, Asian Pacific Islander Heritage Month (APIHM), School of Consciousness workshops, etc.

- Develop connections with APSA Constituents: Chinese Association, Tomo no Kai, etc.

- Participate in at least three APSA or APSA-affiliated fundraisers per quarter

- Attend weekly hour-long general meetings which include half-hour critical theory workshops called School of Consciousness (time TBD)

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