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OCA College Student Opportunities

OCA, a national organization dedicated to advancing the social, political and economic well-being of Asian Pacific Americans (APAs) would like to remind you about programs available for college students across the country.

APIA U: Leadership 101 Training
OCA is accepting school applications to host this program for the Fall and Winter 2012 – 2013 school year.
Host Benefits

  • Students will develop knowledge about APA issues and become empowered in their communities
  • Create networks and meet other APAs in the region
  • Strengthen APA awareness on campus with students, staff and faculty members

Host Responsibilities:

  • Publicize, outreach and recruit student participants
  • Securing venue and technical equipment if needed
  • Provide recommendations for local catering, restaurants and hotels
  • Assist in coordinating logistics (registration, schedule, food & venue)
  • Participate in conference calls with OCA staff and/or facilitators
  • School personnel available throughout the training
  • Assist students that cannot afford travel or lodging expenses (optional)

OCA Fall Internship
The OCA Internship Program seeks to cultivate future leadership by providing students from all over the country an opportunity to gain a unique working experience by directly engaging students to be involved in public programs and policy issues at the Capital of the United States, Washington DC.

Fall interns will be placed at the OCA National Center. Interns are expected to commit to working full-time and/or part time for ten weeks between the months of September through November. A stipend will be provided for living expenses.

For detailed job descriptions please go to the OCA Internship Program webpage: go to OCA’s website at and click on the “Programs” tab, then “Internship” or Click Here. All submissions are due by August 27, 2012.

For questions and assistance, please contact Mary Dynne Montante, Program Manager, Student Leadership Development Programs at (202)-223-5500 or

The campus based APIA U: Leadership 101 Training has reached thousands of students. These emerging leaders from all over the country are exposed to awareness raising and skills building sessions within a social justice framework. The one day training provides a foundation for students to become more involved on campus and in their communities. Two experienced APA facilitators guide 30-60 students through hands-on exercises, workshops, and discussions focused on APA identity, history, leadership skills, and social justice. Through personal and group reflections, participants are asked to share their experiences, analysis, and develop leadership tools in order to effectively serve as life-long catalysts for social change.

For more information on the APIA U: Leadership 101 Training program and to apply to bring the program to your campus, go to OCA’s website at and click “APIA U” under “Programs.” Click Here for the application.

Written by Jennifer Wang

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