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Position Openings: Undergraduate Student Coordinators for the Asian American Cultural Center at Yale University

Applications accepted on a rolling basis with early applications highly encouraged; application cut-off date is August 28, 2016.

Please note: You must be eligible for federal work-study to apply for this position.

The Asian American Cultural Center seeks Undergraduate Student Coordinators to join a team of undergraduates in developing high quality programs for the Center. The successful applicant must possess excellent oral and written communication skills, organizational, and analytical skills. Demonstrated ability to plan, manage and coordinate academically focused, co-curricular events. The ideal candidate will have excellent interpersonal and leadership skills and can work effectively with other students in a constantly changing environment. Demonstrated interest in Asian American history, current affairs, and prominent issues is preferred.

The team of undergraduate staffers will work alongside Graduate Assistants to develop programming in small pods focused on specific areas of emphasis listed below. In your application, please identify two areas of focus that are of greatest interest to you and include several ideas for programming, as well as any experience or qualifications relevant to your stated preferences.

1) Alumni Engagement and Giving

2) Social Media and Design

3) Academic Resources

4) Community and Social Engagement

5) Wellness & Self-Care

Undergraduate Student Coordinators will work an average of 6 hours per week; the position requires evening, and occasionally a weekend work schedule.

Salary: $12/hr.  Candidates are asked to submit a letter of interest, a resume and contact information for two references via email to Courtney Sato ( and AACC Assistant Director Ray Firmalino ( before August 28, 2016.  We are looking to fill these positions right away.  Selected candidates will be contacted for an in-person interview. Applicants should also visit the Yale Student Employment Web site to apply on line. Early applications are highly encouraged.

For further information, email Courtney Sato, or Dean Dhall,

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