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.
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.
1. Building and Grounds Assistant
This position will perform custodial services and minor groundskeeping tasks. 20 hours per week at the AARC and there may be opportunity for additional hours at another Parks and Recreation cultural facility. Minimum Qualifications: 18 years and older, plus 1 year of related experience. $15/hour. Resumes should list all relevant job and volunteer experience. Please submit resumes to email@example.com.
1. Culture and Arts Education Coordinator
The purpose of the position is to design, implement, and evaluate educational and community programs that focus on Asian Pacific American cultural arts, history, identity, and heritage. Primary responsibilities include personnel, budgeting, community collaborations and program planning for youth, teen, adults, and seniors.Please visit the following link for more information and to apply:https://www.austincityjobs.org/postings/80531. Applications Due 12/20/2019.
Become a Volunteer
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 or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.