NAPAFASA is currently recruiting for the following position(s):
Send resumes by fax to (213) 625-5796, email to email@example.com, or U.S. mail to 340 E. Second Street, Suite 409, Los Angeles, CA 90012.
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Asian Pacific Partners for Empowerment, Advocacy and Leadership (APPEAL)
APPEAL is a national network of organizations and individuals working towards social justice and a tobacco-free Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community. They currently seek a Director of Programs and a Health Communications and Leadership Coordinator. For more information, visit www.appealforcommunities.org.
Asian Pacific AIDS Intervention Team (APAIT) Special Service for Groups
APAIT is one of the nation's largest providers of HIV/AIDS prevention and care services for the Asian and Pacific Islander (API) communities. Based in Southern California, APAIT has been providing culturally and linguistically appropriate services to APIs since 1987.
APAIT currently seeks Counselors II to be responsible for direct program implementation activities as an integral part of an innovative Asian Pacific Islander substance abuse program. Responsibilities include development of community contacts, outreach & recruitment; conducting participant screenings and assessments; facilitating individual and group level counseling sessions with participants; and tracking participant progress. The ideal candidate will have clear professional guidelines about how to successfully work with this Asian Pacific Islander substance abuse client population.
For more information, view the job announcement (PDF). To apply, submit your resume to Nick Truong via fax at (213) 553-1833 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Asian Pacific Policy and Planning Council
The Asian Pacific Policy and Planning Council (A3PCON) is a network of over 30
community-based organizations and individuals serving the Asian and Pacific Islander American (APIA) community in the
greater Los Angeles area, particularly low-income, immigrant, refugee and other disadvantaged populations. Since
1976, A3PCON has served as a voice for the APIA community on policy matters, facilitated collaborative action and
advocacy and worked to activate the APIA electorate and build accountability to the community. A3PCON conducts much
of its work through its board of directors and standing and ad hoc committees.
Primarily volunteer-driven, A3PCON seeks a
part-time Policy Coordinator to increase its effectiveness in all areas of its work and to build a more
significant APIA presence in local and state advocacy and policy arenas. The coordinator will work closely with
A3PCON's board of directors and committees to develop an annual policy platform articulating positions on key issues
affecting the APIA community. The coordinator will conduct policy and budget advocacy on A3PCON priority issues, and
help provide education to and mobilize support from organizations and community members. This position will report to
A3PCON's President and Vice President of Policy.
To apply, please send a resume, references, cover letter and writing sample via e-mail to
email@example.com or via mail to:
605 W. Olympic Blvd, Suite 610
Los Angeles, CA 90015
University of California, Los Angeles, Asian American Studies Center
The Asian American Studies Center at UCLA promotes research, education and community service within an academic
framework, contributing to an understanding of the history, rich cultural heritage, and present position of Asian
Americans in society. For more information on the Center, please visit
UCLA invites inquiries, nominations and applications for the position of Director for the Asian American Studies
Center. Qualifications include a strong scholarly research and publication record, experience developing
interdisciplinary research and instructional programs in Asian American Studies, the ability to administer budgetary
and personnel processes, and proven experience in obtaining and managing extramural funding in the form of research,
gifts, and donations. For more information, see AASC's job posting on the Higher Education Recruitment Consortium website.
Asian American Recovery Services (AARS)
AARS, Inc. is an innovative substance abuse prevention, intervention, treatment, and research agency serving the
greater SF Bay Area. For more information, click here.
Asian American Drug Abuse Program (AADAP, Inc.)
AADAP, Inc. serves people throughout the Los Angeles County in substance abuse treatment. Not only does AADAP
provide substance abuse counseling; AADAP has expanded its services to include Employment Services, HIV/AIDS Outreach
and Cross Training, Drug Court Treatment, Outpatient Treatment, Adolescent Treatment Prevention, API CalWorks support
services as a linkage to treatment, and tobacco education. They have been together since 1972 with their motto and
philosophy grounded on, "People Need People," and the "Family Concept."
They currently have several positions open and are looking for motivated people wanting to give back to our
communities. Please apply to Dean Nakanishi, Administrative Director by e-mail to
firstname.lastname@example.org, by fax to (323) 295-4075, or by mail to AADAP
Inc., 5318 S Crenshaw Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90043.
A list of their job openings can be found at www.aadapinc.org/careers.
State of California, Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs:
The mission of the State of California, Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs is to lead California's strategy to
reduce alcohol and other drug problems by developing, administering, and supporting prevention and treatment
Please visit www.adp.ca.gov/Jobs/employ_opp.shtml to find
out more about job openings available at California's Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs.