The Asian American Resource Center (AARC) offers a variety of ways for individuals, community groups and organizations to become involved. From collaborations to employment, take a look at how you can be a part of the AARC.
AARC Phase 2 & 3 Survey
The Network of Asian American Organizations (NAAO) seeks input on the public's experience at the Asian American Resource Center and they are gathering community-based needs information for Phases 2 & 3 of the project. Please take some time to fill out their survey and tell them what you would like to see in the future!
NAAO is an umbrella organization for 16 Asian American organizations in the Austin area and is hosting this AARC Phase 2&3 Need Survey for planning purposes only. The NAAO acts as a leading service network and advocate for the Asian American community with a mission to unite and promote community through service, education, and cultural programs.
Our programs are initiated in response to community needs. Non-profits, community groups and individuals may suggest a program that is relevant to AARC and Parks and Recreation Department’s mission, values and audience. Collaborative programs must be offered to the public free of charge. If you have a program that meets the requirements, submit a Collaboration Request. We have also prepared a list of Frequently Asked Questions for your convenience.
Employment with the AARC
Thank you for your interest in employment with the AARC. Below are listings of current positions we are hiring for and their descriptions. If you would like to apply for any of the positions available, please send your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. Resumes should list all relevant job and volunteer experience. All applicants must be able to work nights and weekends.
Adult and Youth Educational Program Positions
The AARC accepts applications for youth and adult program instructors year round. The AARC is interested to hear from instructors specializing in the following areas: computers/technology, cultural crafts, fitness/wellness, dance, culinary arts, animation, game development, painting, drawing, and graphic design. We welcome proposals for other classes, workshops and programs we do not currently offer.
Please complete the following before submission:
Sample Lesson Plan (Instructors Only)
Resume listing all relevant job experience. Work history should include the number of months worked and whether it was part-time or full-time employment.
Volunteers work directly with the community and provide support in a number of ways. For those interested in becoming a volunteer, please call (512) 974-1700, e-mail us at email@example.com, or visit our GivePulse Volunteer Page for an up-to-date list of our volunteer needs.