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**Thank you for Nellie Mae Education Foundation’s Sponsorship, we are able to create paid summer internships (2022) for the following positions. Stipends are between $100 to $500 for the summer depending on the position. Interns can start in the school year and continue to the summer. Completion of the summer internship is at the end of August.
Paid Internship – AAC Coordinator Position (1)
This position is open to all college students. A 2.00 GPA or above is preferred; all majors welcome. Exceptional high school student is welcome to apply.
The position description is similar to the AAC Representative position with the additional responsibilities of recruiting, signing up new members for memberships, marketing, public relations and being a team leader. The ideal candidate should possess leadership and great networking skills to build coalitions across different ethnic minority groups and Americans at large.
Paid Internship – AAC Representative Positions (2+)
We are looking for several interns to continue the work in AAC. The ideal candidates are people who have excellent communication skills, both oral and written, and like to interact with people. The ideal candidates will help spread our grassroots initiatives among local communities, campuses, or neighborhoods and get more people involved in this initiative. The ideal candidates will do a lot of marketing using social media, Google Ad, email marketing, (Mail Chimp or Constant Contact) to build a coalition across different ethnic minority groups and the American people at large.
When, Where, and Who: You will be working with the Founding Director and another AAC Officer and other community affiliates online. We have flexible hours that fit your schedule. Most of the work is done online.
Developing Skills: You will learn how to network and work collaboratively with others to get things done and to accomplish a mission. You will learn how to think outside of the box and implement creative solutions to solve complex problems and uncover hidden issues. Your critical thinking skills will be greatly sharpened and you will learn how to think on your feet and act proactively to different issues. Your horizon will be widened and will never see things the same again.
Requirements: We accept candidates from middle school, high school, and college. If you are a minor under the age of 16, we will need either parental permission or a letter from your guidance counselor from your school stating your good academic standing with passing grades to participate. If you cannot get your guidance counselor to write that letter for you and are interested, please email the Founding Director about your special circumstance. We will look at each case by case. Thank you for your interest in advance. We look forward to hearing from you!