job opportunity: public service fellow, conference on asian pacific american leadership

The Conference on Asian Pacific American Leadership, a nonprofit organization dedicated to building leadership and public policy knowledge within the APA community, is looking to hire its first Program Manager/CAPAL Public Service Fellow to support an all-volunteer Board of Directors in Washington D.C. Here are some more details on the job's key responsiblities:
  • Serve as a Program Manager providing the highest quality business operations and support services that are essential to the success of the Executive Board of CAPAL (Chair, Vice Chair, Treasurer, and Secretary)

  • Work closely with the Scholarship and Internship Co-Chairs to provide research, marketing, outreach, and postings to ensure a diverse qualified applicant pool of candidates

  • Support Fundraising committee through grant-writing, researching new funding sources, and developing sponsorship initiatives

  • Further develop the infrastructure for growing and sustaining a Public Service Internship Program through documentation of operational procedures

  • Assist in planning the Annual Board Retreat, the Washington Leadership Program, Professional Development Program Events, and prepare an updated Board Manual

  • Support all program chairs with coordination of administrative duties including, but not limited to maintaining and updating databases of people and places

  • Develop external partnerships and relationships to coordinate the annual job fair

  • Attend all monthly CAPAL Board meetings and commit to keeping in constant communications with volunteer board virtually
Sounds like a good opportunity to serve the Asian Pacific American community and learn the ins and outs of nonprofit management and operations.

The application deadline is November 30. To apply, submit your cover letter and resume to apply@capal.org with subject line: CAPAL Fellow. To view the full job description, go to idealist.org here.

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