Careers

Program Intern

Program Intern will support the Program Department in their work to maintain, develop, and coordinate organization's programs to include: annual National CelebrAsian Procurement Conference; Regional Conferences/Events; other programs/projects.

Responsibilities

In this capacity, the main responsibilities include:

  • Prepare registration reports from the back end of Gotowebinar for the Business Leadership Series program
  • Assist in coordination of the Scholarship Program: work with the webmaster to post scholarship opportunities online (application forms, requirements, FAQs, etc.); gather applications; help to schedule and prepare for the Scholarship Committee meeting to review applications; write formal letter to inform the winners, organize their participation at the annual conference (to include airfare and ground transportation), collect essays and reimbursement receipts, inform schools about the scholarship award
  • Assist the National Program Manager (NPM) in working with the Communications/PR Director on marketing and promotional materials for Conference’s programs and other regional/national events.
  • Assist the NPM in working with the website designer to post all related materials and keep the website up-to-date
  • Assist in preparing grant application forms utilizing Wufoo
  • Assist in updating internal and online registration system for the annual conference, pulling up and preparing registration reports
  • Assist in on-site annual conference preparation and attendance as staff to help coordinate it
  • Assist in logistical preparation of regional events (California, NYC & DC) print staff name badges, pack relevant materials, organize binders, help with banner design and pick up from print shop, help with on-site set up)
  • Assist with various research projects (i.e. young & successful Asian American entrepreneurs, Asian Americans that serve on boards of Fortune Corporations, Asian American sports, movie and TV stars, Asian American and other minority and small business organizations, Congressional contacts, options for conference gifts, decorations and awards)
  • Organize research results appropriately in excel spreadsheets for clear and efficient presentation
  • Maintain and update Program files

Requirements

  • Exceptional organizational skills
  • Extremely detail-oriented
  • Team player
  • Takes initiative
  • Able to multi-task and work under pressure
  • 1-year relevant experience
  • College degree
  • Good written & oral communications skills
  • Pleasant manner on the phone
  • Good customer service skills
  • Quick-learner
  • Used to time/work reports
  • Proficient in Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint
  • Knowledge of Hubspot, Eventbrite is a plus

How to Apply

Please send your resume and one-page cover letter to Felicia Kelly, National Program Director at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) by Dec 17.

This is a part-time, paid position.