APAC Summer Internship Program
“As an APAC intern, I was honored to intern with the Office of Mayor Todd Gloria, where I learned first-hand about public policy and the legislative process. Whether I was helping to write talking points for the mayor, assisting constituents, or marching in the Pride Parade, the internship experience was truly rewarding, and I gained a much deeper understanding of local governance. I would highly recommend the APAC internship to anyone who’s looking to advance their civic engagement and leadership skills.”
~ E. Wong, APAC Summer Intern 2022
The Asian Pacific American Coalition (APAC) Summer Internship program provides interested students an opportunity to gain much needed career experience. Most high school and college students are looking for work experience that is meaningful and hands on. The APAC Summer Internship program is a great way for students to attain both of those goals. We offer internships with elected officials and community based organizations. Moreover, our internships can also provide real world work experiences and also allow you to discover your capabilities. APAC internships are wonderful benefit to students personally and professionally.
The APAC Summer Internship program is now accepting applications until March 3, 2024.
We welcome applications from full-time students from high school and college, regardless of ethnicity. The internship schedules vary depending on office location, but in general, the duration is from June to August. After successful completion of their internship and an exit interview with an APAC board member, the student will receive a $2,000 stipend.
Please feel free to contact Natasha Wong if you have any questions or concerns at email@example.com with SCHOLARSHIP in the subject line.
Summer Internship Testimonials
The Asian Pacific American Coalition (APAC) is committed to equal opportunity for all individuals. Our programs and activities shall be free from discrimination, harassment, intimidation, and bullying by reason of the following actual or perceived characteristics: age, ancestry, color, mental or physical disability, ethnicity, ethnic group identification, gender, gender expression, gender identity, genetic information, immigration status, marital or parental status, medical condition, nationality, national origin, actual or perceived sex, sexual orientation, race, religion, or on the basis of a person’s association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics.