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FILIPINO AMERICAN HUMAN SERVICES,
Title: Assistant Youth Coordinator
POSITION DESCRIPTION: The Filipino American Human
Services, Inc. (FAHSI) is a non-profit private organization established in 1993 to help
meet the human service needs of the Filipino American community in the Tri-State Area. The
organization is seeking an intern to help coordinate and develop its youth program, which
is targetted to Filipino American high school youth. Responsibilities would include
coordinating the bi-weekly meetings of FAHSIs Youth Advisory Council (FYAC) and
helping in various youth projects: an oral history project, Filipino American Youth Day, a
College Day, organizing an internship and mentoring program. The purpose of these
activities is to develop the potential of Filipino American youth as community leaders and
to provide a forum and means for addressing their needs and concerns.
QUALIFICATIONS: interest in working with youth, good communications and public
relations skills, good writing and research skills, computer skills (WORD, EXCEL,
HOURS: flexible hours, 10-15 hours a week
CONTACT PERSON: To apply for this internship, please mail or fax resume to:
Josie S. Atienza
Filipino American Human Services, Inc.
120 Wall Street, Third Floor
New York, NY 10005
Tel. (212) 797-9711
Fax. (212) 344-5636
1998 CAPAL SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION
|The Conference on Asian Pacific American Leadership (CAPAL) is
pleased to announce its annual competition for stipends for students who will be interning
during the summer of 1998 with public or nonprofit entities in the Washington DC area.
Three scholarships of $2,000 each will be awarded. This year CAPAL will rely on two
sources for the stipends: (1) the Asha Jaini Memorial Scholarship, which was established
in memory of Asha Jaini, a
founding member of CAPAL, and (2) the Paul Simon Scholarship Fund, which was created in
recognition of Senator Simon, an advocate for the APA community.
Each Applicant Must:
1. Be a continuing undergraduate student (returning to undergraduate studies following the
summer of 1998);
2. Intern full-time for at least six weeks during the summer of 1998 with a government or
nonprofit entity in the Washington DC area;
3. Submit a complete application postmarked no later than April 15, 1998;
4. Attend all CAPAL weekly summer seminars and summer programming events.
The applicant must demonstrate:
1. Leadership Potential
2. Commitment to Public Service and the APA Community
3. Connection Between Current Activities and Long-Term Goals
4. Financial Need
The materials you anonymously provide us will constitute your application. There are no
forms for you to fill out. Please submit the information requested below--WITHOUT
including your name--and include your social security number on all documents.
Your application must include:
1. Resume with current phone number and address through May 1998.
2. Internship Information, including name of organization, address, internship
responsibilities and length of assignment, employer contact, phone numbers.
3. Financial Need Report, including your sources of income and copies of official letters
awarding you scholarships, grants, aid, and loans for 1997-98.
4. Sealed Legal Size Identity Envelope containing your name and social
5. Self-Addressed, Stamped Envelope for confirmation of receipt.
In a single essay, not to exceed 500 words, please respond to the following inquiries:
1. Explain the connection between your internship and long-term goals.
2. Describe the contributions you could make to your campus or community as a result of
your 1998 summer experience.
Selected applicants will be contacted after Monday, May 4. A recorded announcement of
award recipients will also be available after May 4 by calling 202-628-1307. Please mail
your application materials to CAPAL, P.O. Box 65073, Washington, DC 20035-5073 (postmarked
no later than April 15, 1998).