The State of Washington Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs (CAPAA) and the Asian Pacific Islander Community Leadership Foundation (ACLF) invites Washington’s future leaders to apply to their Fellowship program in the CAPAA office.
CAPAA is an Executive Branch agency which serves to advise the Governor, the Legislature, and state and local agencies on issues of concern to the Asian Pacific American community. ACLF is a community-based, nonprofit organization that trains and supports the leadership of Asian Pacific Islanders with a commitment to social justice, community empowerment and public service.
This program allows students to make a significant contribution to our state while earning academic credit, exploring career options, and gaining valuable professional experience.
Fellowship projects may include researching and analyzing public policy, tracking legislation, attending committee hearings, authoring bill summaries and reports, organizing community events, and assisting in constituent services and communications.
- Fellows will work closely with CAPAA and ACLF staff on these meaningful projects.
- The experience gained through the fellowship program can enhance a resume, offering an important career advantage.
- Fellows will also have the opportunity to shadow an Asian Pacific American Legislator.
- Fellows will serve in Olympia in a volunteer full or part-time capacity.
Applications from college juniors, seniors, and graduate students with strong academic backgrounds who are willing to make a serious commitment to public service. Students focusing on Law, Public Policy, and Public Administration are strongly encouraged to apply. Excellent writing skills, the ability to communicate effectively and to maintain confidentiality are a must.
To apply, please submit:
1. The Internship Application Form.
2. A written statement describing why you want to be an intern; why public service is important to you; the areas of work that most appeal to you; the skills you wish to develop; and your long-term career goals.
3. An unofficial transcript sent from your college.
4. A copy of your resume and three references.
Application review begins December 1; priority is given to applications received by December 15; after December 15th, applications are considered on a space-available basis.
Please contact CAPAA at 360.725.5667 or ACLF at 206.625.3850, if you have questions.
Applications should be submitted via mail or email.
Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs
Attn: CAPAA ACLF Fellowship Program
210 11th Ave SW · RM 301 · PO Box 40925
Olympia, Washington 98504-0925
Scan|Design @ the University of Washington is pleased to announce the opening of their 2013-14 Fellowship application cycle. Scholarships in the amounts of $2500 – $9000 are available to support undergraduate and graduate student participation in one of the UW’s Danish exchange study-abroad programs or summer travel study.
Deadline for submissions is January 15, 2013.
To apply and learn more about this opportunity, please refer to their website http://www.be.washington.edu/scandesign/, contact them via email at email@example.com or attend an informational session hosted at the UW Study Abroad Office (IPE) located on the corner of NE Campus Parkway and 15th Ave NE in 459 Schmitz Hall on the University of Washington campus.
The informational sessions will be held at noon on the following dates:
- Friday, November 2, 2012 (noon)
- Friday, November 16, 2012 (noon)
- Friday, January 15, 2013 (noon)
Scan Design hopes to offer fellowships to students from a wide range of UW department and programs so please consider applying.
The Ottenberg-Winans Fellowship fund was established to honor the contributions of Professors Simon Ottenberg and Edgar V. Winans to the African Studies Program at the University of Washington as well as to recognize their contributions of the field of African Studies. During their distinguished careers, Professors Ottenberg and Winans taught and mentored numerous students and made important contributions to scholarship on Africa. The fellowship honors these contributions by supporting University of Washingtonundergraduate and graduate student research in Africa and by supporting students from universities in Africa who attend University of Washington as part of various exchange programs.
Eligible students may be enrolled in any undergraduate, graduate or professional school at the University ofWashington. For UW students traveling to Africa, the fellowship can be used to support travel and related expenses, living expenses, and research materials. For students from African universities visiting or studying at UW, fellowship funds can be used to support these types of expenses as well as course materials or other expenses related to attending the University of Washington. Multiple fellowships are expected to be awarded for amounts between $400 and $1000.
Fellowship applications are due on Wednesday, April 18, 2012. Copies of the application materials can be downloaded from: www.jsis.washington.edu/africa/fundingopportunities/
Questions about the fellowship or the application process should be directed to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note: This year’s application instructions require that applicants submit their materials electronically in addition to sending 1 hard copy application to the African Studies Program, Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies, University of Washington, Box 353650, Seattle WA 98195-3650. Your letter of reference may be e-mailed to email@example.com directly from the person recommending you; a hard copy of the letter of reference is not required.