Internship & Mentorship

Internship Opportunities

 

 

Year round, Virginia Asian Chamber of Commerce seeks qualified students interested in obtaining a unique multi-cultural and business internship experience with the chamber in its research, business service, community outreach, event management, marketing, business development, and  education programs for students majored in business, marketing, or communications and related areas.

We look for students interested in helping execute significant projects and events through:

  1. domestic and global community outreach
  2. events management  – logistics
  3. journalism/public relations/entrepreneurship development/international business trade and investment
  4. graphic design/marketing
  5. business operations of a business trade association/membership service

Worksite location:   Virtual or In-Office 

  • At local office : Downtown Richmond Headquarters Office – 919 east main st, Richmond, on public bus line
  • Student can also work part of the week from her-his home office ( flexible work schedule).
  • Mentoring will be part of the internship.
  • Virtual internship students participate in community projects statewide.
  • Coaching and mentoring will be part of the internship.
  • Job referral.

# of Positions

Virtual internship: Year round.

At the Richmond location site:

Schedule: between 10 am and 4 pm – Monday to Friday in Downtown Richmond on VCU bus line – 5- 10 hrs weekly – non paid internship.

3 -5  available positions year round.

Academic Credit:

Academic credit can be arranged. this intense internship as earned undergraduate and graduate students for academic credits at the 3.00 or 4.00 credit level classes, or direct study.

Intern Tasks Description:   

VACC intern tasks will be customized for each student based on students major and interest-  The majority of tasks are professional level- with emphasis on graphic design using photo shop – adobe- research- website maintenance (using WordPress ) –  social media- event  management-with  supervisor ‘s guidance and coaching.

Qualifications:

Sophomore level and up –  graduate and undergraduate college students majored in all majors related to  business- management- finance- liberal arts- communications- journalism- international studies. Must have lap tops. Microsoft suite * Photo shop Adobe and graphic design skills highly preferred.

Learning Benefits

Exposure to statewide Asian American business membership-community, small business, corporate world, non profits, service agencies, embassies.


Contact: Recruitment Manager  * www.aabac.org – email: aabac@aabac.org – Please send a resume.