Careers, Internships & Volunteers
Reporting to the Executive Director, the Program Manager will provide logistical and coordination support for programs, events, and initiatives, as well as coordinate aspects of and contribute to the Center's content and project development.
The Asia Society's Northern California Center is seeking interns with an interest in Asian and Asian American issues to assist with development ideas, social media, and outreach activities to promote programs.
What our Interns are saying:
"As an intern with the Asia Society, I was able to not only further foster my growth in Asia-related issues and culture, but also develop outreach, organization, and professional skills critical to my career development. It was also a great joy to not only work in an office setting; but help staff and witness exciting events, such as member roundtables featuring ambassadors and talks with prominent experts and statesmen." - Summer 2017
"Interning at Asia Society provided me with an opportunity to delve deeper into my area of interest, Sustainability, while at the same time broadening my understanding of the culture and current affairs in Asia on the whole. Through working in the office, I gained insight as to how to conduct research, organize meetings, plan events, and record and analyze data. Asia Society hosts speakers who are experts or leading pioneers in their respective fields. Volunteering at these talks is a great learning and networking experience." - Summer 2017
For instructions on how to apply for career, internship and volunteer opportunities, please read each announcement.
Only those candidates considered for an interview will be contacted. If you submit your resume by email, please regard it as having been received unless your email is bounced back. No phone calls, please.