The Expectations of AACI Interns
- Positive attitude and an ability to work as a team with other staff members.
- Willingness to be flexible and work on a variety of tasks.
- Fulfill duties, time commitments and schedule.
- Ability to work in a fast-paced but friendly environment.
- Strong communication with supervisor about questions, concerns, etc.
- Professionalism in working with other staff and members of the community.
- Dress code (business casual).
Interns are given significant and meaningful responsibilities at the organization and
some of the benefits include opportunities to:
- Build professional skills such as oral and written communications, computer
skills, networking, and research.
- Learn about health, human service, and other issues affecting the Asian
- Learn from staff working in the health and human service field, specifically the
delivery of culturally and linguistically competent services.
- Gain a better sense of the interaction between nonprofit organizations,
foundations, government agencies, the private sector and the community.
- Network with other nonprofit organizations and government entities.
- Mentoring and shadowing.
- Be a part of a professional work environment and have opportunities to
participate in staff events and activities including but not limited to annual staff
picnic, staff lunches, community service events, etc.
- Make a difference in serving the community.
Internship Hours & Location
Interns are accepted throughout the year and the hours and schedule is negotiated between the intern and the supervisor. AACI’s main office is located at 2400 Moorpark Avenue, Suite 300, San Jose, CA 95128.