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The Asian American Justice Center's (AAJC) Youth Advisory Council is a space for young leaders to flex their social entrepreneurship in their community. AAJC is recruiting recent high school graduates and college students to serve on a National Advisory Board to address issues of racial equity pertinent to the Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) community.
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AAJC is currently recruiting students for the 2012-2013 Youth Advisory Council!
To be eligible for serve on the Youth Advisory Council, you must have graduated from high school or obtained your GED in the last five years and/or currently be enrolled in college.
AAJC Youth Advisory Council members will be expected to participate in the Advancing Justice Conference in Chicago and the Youth Advisory Council Retreat that follows the conference. Applicants must be able to attend the conference and retreat on September 27-29.
Youth Advisory Councilmembers will be selected based on the following qualifications:
- Demonstrated commitment and interest in one or more of AAJC's program areas
- Leadership ability, including connections to larger student networks
- Interest in advancing social justice for AAPIs to build and promote a fair and equitable society for all
Click here to apply online.
- Note that in addition to completing the online application, you must also submit a copy of your resume. Applications submitted without an accompanying resume will be considered incomplete.
- Applications must be received by AAJC by August 27 at 11:59PM EST
- Questions and comments may be directed to Marita Etcubanez at
Please help us to spread the word to other student leaders about this exciting opportunity!
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