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For Community Events, Opportunities, and Job Openings | Quarterly Newsletter July 2022

VIEW JULY QUARTERLY NEWSLETTER HERE Community Opportunities & Events  Asian Women for Health Building Resilience: Healing Trauma Across Generations Saturday, July 30, 2022 @10:30AM | REGISTER Job Opportunities AAPI Commission Program & Research Director Communications & Outreach Manager Asian Task Force Against Domestic Violence Managing Attorney Economic Empowerment Program Coordinator Asian Women for Health Operations […]

Small Grant Fund | Due: Monday, May 17, 2022

The Asian American and Pacific Islanders Commission is proud to launch this small grant fund to support community efforts to fight for some of the most vulnerable communities and to provide support to organizations looking to continue relationships or begin new relationships dealing with Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) communities across the Commonwealth. These […]

Women’s History Month Event: Exploring an Intersectional Approach to Violence Against Asian Women | Wed., March 23, 2022 @5:30PM

Join us on Wednesday, March 23, 2022 @5:30PM, for this year’s Women’s History Month event. This panel will explore the ongoing rise and historical context of the Asian American women experience in the U.S. and the impact of the violence, xenophobia, hyper-sexualization, and anti-Asian sentiment. We must acknowledge that the targets of these attacks often […]

For Community Events, Opportunities, and Job Openings | Quarterly Newsletter March 2022

VIEW MARCH QUARTERLY NEWSLETTER HERE Community Opportunities & Events  Mass Cultural Council  Asian American & Pacific Islanders (AAPI) Arts & Culture COVID-19 Recovery Program is a one-year program, established and funded through a legislative earmark in the FY22 state budget. It is intended to uplift and provide financial assistance to AAPI arts and culture organizations […]

In historic vote, Mass. House passes bill to allow driver’s licenses for residents without legal immigration status

“The Massachusetts House of Representatives approved a bill on Wednesday that would allow residents without legal immigration status to get driver’s licenses. Buoyed by support from law enforcement, the measure won enough votes in the heavily Democratic chamber to overcome a potential veto from Republican Governor Charlie Baker. The tally was 120-36 and came after […]


Organization: Massachusetts Asian American and Pacific Islanders Commission  Job Title: Policy Coordinator Status: Part-time for the full academic year (March 2022 – March 2023), with a commitment of approximately 10 hours per week Stipend: According to experience ($20 an hour). Alternatively, AAPIC can accommodate students participating in an existing university-offered internship program. Location: Mostly remote work (some training […]

Info Session on COVID-19 Vaccine for Children: Jan. 19th & 20th

Want to learn more about the COVID-19 vaccine for children younger than 12 and the booster shot for children other than 12 [and adults]? Join us, alongside health professionals, in a virtual info session. Cantonese Session Friday, January 19th @6PM | Bilingual Poster Zoom Link: http://bit.ly/011922 Mandarin Session Thursday, January 20th @6PM | Bilingual Poster […]

Job Opportunities | Quarterly Newsletter December 2021

VIEW DECEMBER QUARTERLY NEWSLETTER HERE Job Opportunities Arts Consulting Group Director, Finance & Operations Leadership Transitions Project Associate Worcester Art Museum Senior Marketing Manager Asian American Civic Association Student Services Specialist – Case Manager Full Time Toddler Teacher  University of Massachusetts Lowell  AANAPISI Program Director Boston University  Assistant Professor, East Asian History, College of Arts […]