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ETHS022005-S10R_ Asian Law Caucus Internship

ETHS022005-S10R_ Asian Law Caucus Internship - Charlene...

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Unformatted text preview: Charlene Cervantes, (415} 895-17111 ext. 132 [email protected] CALL FOR UNDERGRADUATE INTERNS AND VOLUNTEERS! The Asian Law Caucus is currently seeking Undergraduate Interns and Volunteers for the spring 2010 term. The Asian Law Caucus offers a unique opportunity for students interested in public interest work to volunteer and gain exposure to a community law practice. Interns and Volunteers are generally assigned tasks in administration and fundraising and are supervised by both legal and non-legal staff. Bilingual interns are also often assigned work in the underlying core program areas. Requirements of Intern and Volunteer: Outstanding administrativefclerical skills are essential as this is the core foundation for any type of work. Language skills are not required, but are definitel' a plus. Bilingual interns will be assigned accordingly to program staff depending on language ability. The undergraduate internship also requires a minimum one semester commitment of at least 12 hours per week. You must be available during regular office hours from 9am—5pm. Very often, undergraduates can receive college credit or meet course requirements for volunteering. Examples oftasks in each ofthe internship areas are as follows: Fundraising —ALC 38th Anniversary Dinner preparation —Silent auction administrative tasks —Donor file data entry —Using Donor Quest —Fundraising source research —Topical research Background information for proposals —Special events —Mailings, follow—up calls, data entry for registration database, etc. —Other miscellaneous duties Program Area -Translate for clients -Community outreach and education -Maintain program archivesfdatabases -Update informational brochures -Assist in Community Education presentations -Trans|ate Community Education materials into Asian languages -Write reports, drafi. documents such as letters and press releases -Research -Video Editing -Graphic Design and Photoshop Administration -Answering phones and reception —Opening.lclosing cases —Obtaining key information to ensure files are complete —Access data entry —Fi|ing —|nformation and Referral —Word Processing —Letters, memos, pleadings —Web management, desktop publishing, graphic design —Other general clerical duties Application procedure: Interested individuals should contact Charlene Cervantes [email protected] or call (II-15}89Ei-—1?U1. Volunteer application available here . Application Deadline: February ‘12, 201E] ASIAN LAW CAUCUS (ALC) — The mission of the Asian Law Caucus is to promote, advance, and represent the legal and civil rights of the Asian and Pacific Islandercommunities. Recognizing that social, economic, political and racial inequalities continue to exist in the United States, the Asian Law Caucus is committed to the pursuit of equality and justice for all sectors of our society with a specific focus directed toward addressing the needs of low— income and Asian and Pacific Islanders. Visit: asianlawcaucus.org. Laanmmso:wac|1sm,mauy2‘r,mm,m1 PM You are logged in as Xianli King (Ln-gout) SAN FRANC'HFU fi'ier-z IJNn'J-thsl'l'v ...
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