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This is a topic to advertise jobs related to the Asian-American community or its culture or otherwise of particular interest to our board members.

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Web i18n: salespeople, translators, assistants


My company, Web i18n, (i18n = internationalization = 国際化) is looking for additional staff:classulclasslisalespeople knowing Mandarin, Spanish, Korean, Japanese, Vietnamese, Cantonese, Taiwanese, or Armenianclasslitranslators fluent in Spanish or Armenianclassliassistants fluent in MandarinAll positions can be suitable for people seeking part-time or entry-level work. These positions are for the division of our company that helps real estate agents and companies market in multiple languages.

Apply by emailing to <jobs@web-i18n.net>.

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how old are you supposed to be? casue i speak pretty good spanish

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how old are you supposed to be? casue i speak pretty good spanish

Fourteen is the general minimum age for clerical work and sales where no driving is required.

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oh ok ill think about it and ill send you a message ok

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MTV Chi VJ


MTV.com - Onair - Castingcall: class blockquote MTV World needs your Asian Flava!

We are Seeking people who think there are just not enough Asians representin' on TV.

Here's an opportunity to be the fresh new on-air personality of MTV Chi -- MTV's new channel that gives viewers the complete low-down on the young Chinese American pop-culture scene.

If you appear to be 18-24 years old and you think you've got the golden personality, send your headshot and VHS reel (5 min. max) to:

MTV WORLD
770 BROADWAY
10TH FLOOR
NEW YORK, NY 10003
ATTN: MTV CHI VJ SEARCH



ALL TAPES & HEADSHOT SUBMISSIONS WILL BE THE PROPERTY OF MTV NETWORKS AND WILL NOT BE RETURNED

(previous on air experience and conversational Mandarin & Cantonese a plus!)
You can read more about the MTV Desi (launched July&nbsp;12), MTV Chi (4Q05), and MTV K (early&nbsp;2006) in the Taipei Times article MTV aims at Asians.

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My company, Web i18n, has a need for an HTML coder. This is not a graphic artist position. Your job would be to take an existing design, graphic assets, and text for a large number of pages; interface with some dynamic pieces; and turn them into a functioning web site.

The work would be done as a contract or corp-to-corp, off-site, using your own equipment and software.

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Grants Development Consultant - Chinese American Museum by 5/2/07


found at: CAMLA

GRANTS DEVELOPMENT CONSULTANT
The Friends of the Chinese American Museum (FCAM) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that supports the Chinese American Museum (CAM) in cooperation with the City of Los Angeles El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument. CAM’s mission is to foster a deeper understanding and appreciation of America’s diverse heritage through preserving, documenting, and sharing the history, rich cultural legacy and continuing contributions of Chinese Americans. FCAM was incorporated in 1987.
JOB DESCRIPTION:
The Grants Development Consultant will identify new funding opportunities (including requests for proposals and funding guidelines) from private foundations, corporations, and government agencies and from websites. The Grants Development Consultant will also assist the Executive Director in establishing relationships with potential donors to the Chinese American Museum.
PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Organize and write grant proposals, including Letters of Intent, outlines, timelines, budgets, and boilerplate templates;
• Edit sections of grants written by colleagues
• Conduct research, compilation of data, conceptualization of new program ideas, and the original thinking which enhances grant presentations
• Assist in monitoring status of submitted grants, follow-up with funding agencies, provide updates to Development Team
• Perform other grants development duties as needed
REQUIREMENTS:
• Bachelor’s degree and above and/or professional experience in fields related to English, journalism, history, Asian American studies, American studies, education, or creative writing.
• Previous experience in grant development and administration and/or other forms of fundraising
• Demonstrated ability to use Microsoft Office, Adobe Creative Suite, and other software applications
• Effective organizational, planning, communication and interpersonal skills with colleagues of diverse ages and cultural backgrounds
• Access to off-site computer, printer, and fax machine required
Mailing Address: 125 Paseo de la Plaza, Suite 400 ▪ Los Angeles ▪ California ▪ 90012 ▪ (213) 485-8484
Museum Location: Chinese American Museum ▪ 425 North Los Angeles Street ▪ Los Angeles ▪
California ▪ 90012 ▪ (213) 485-8567 ▪ www.camla.org
Mailing Address: 125 Paseo de la Plaza, Suite 400 ▪ Los Angeles ▪ California ▪ 90012 ▪ (213) 485-8484
Museum Location: Chinese American Museum ▪ 425 North Los Angeles Street ▪ Los Angeles ▪
California ▪ 90012 ▪ (213) 485-8567 ▪ www.camla.org
PREFERRED SKILLS:
• Background and/or interest in Chinese and Chinese American history, culture, and languages a plus
NOTE: All applicants are strongly encouraged to detail their community nonprofit, volunteer, community service, small business, and teamwork experiences in their applications. All applicants must have strong and effective oral and written communication skills in English and be computer efficient. Written and oral skills in Chinese are desirable, but not required. Job description will be removed when position is filled.
SALARY: Starting from $18.00/hour; commensurate with experience
TO APPLY:
Applicants are accepted on a continuous basis until the posted deadline. If you are selected for an interview, you will be contacted within 40 calendar days of receipt of your application. Please send a cover letter, résumé three references, and 2 relevant writing sample(s) of no more than 5 total pages (for the writing samples) in the following ways:
• Email: Send documents as Adobe PDF attachments to Administrative Director
D.B. Quan, at admin@camla.org. Please indicate “CAM Grants Consultant” in the subject heading. Please save each PDF attachment as “Firstname Lastname – Cover Letter”; “Firstname Lastname – Resume”; “Firstname Lastname – 3 References”; “Firstname Lastname – Writing Samples.”
• Fax: Attn: D.B. Quan
(213) 485-0428
RE: CAM Grants Consultant
• U.S. Mail: Attn: D.B. Quan
Friends of the Chinese American Museum
125 Paseo de la Plaza, Suite 400
Los Angeles, CA 90012
RE: CAM Grants Consultant
• Inquiries: Please contact D.B. Quan at (213) 485-8484; or consult the CAM website
at www.camla.org for more information.
DEADLINE for applications is extended to May 2, 2007.
For more information about CAM, please visit our website at www.camla.org.
FCAM is committed to diversity in the workplace.



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Curator of History - Chinese American Museum deadline 5/2/07


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CURATOR OF HISTORY
The Friends of the Chinese American Museum (FCAM) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that supports the Chinese American Museum (CAM) in cooperation with the City of Los Angeles El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument. CAM’s mission is to foster a deeper understanding and appreciation of America’s diverse heritage through preserving, documenting, and sharing the history, rich cultural legacy and continuing contributions of Chinese Americans. FCAM is currently seeking applications for a full-time Curator of History for CAM, located at 425 North Los Angeles Street, Los Angeles, CA, 90012.
JOB DESCRIPTION:
The Curator will design, create, and maintain exhibitions and their interpretations at the Chinese American Museum. The immediate responsibility is to oversee, design, and create the permanent exhibitions (focus on Chinese American community, culture, and history). The Curator functions as a researcher and historian or knowledge/resource expert in related fields and report findings as necessary.
PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Assists in artifact preservation and collection management
• Assists in organization of archives including photo collections
• Provide assistance for research projects (e.g., oral history)
• Coordinate public programs and special events
• Assists in grant development and writing
• Provide general administrative support
REQUIREMENTS:
• Bachelor’s degree or above in one or more of the following disciplines required: humanities, social sciences, museum arts, fine arts, or related subject
• Strong knowledge and interest in history, particularly Chinese American and/or Asian American history
• Good writing and very strong oral communication skills
• Strong interpersonal, team building, and organizational skills
• Strong initiative and creativity
• Bilingual abilities involving Chinese language are desired, but not required
• Experience in Microsoft Office, Adobe Creative Suite, and other computer software skills for research and administrative tasks
Mailing Address: 125 Paseo de la Plaza, Suite 400 ▪ Los Angeles ▪ California ▪ 90012 ▪ (213) 485-8484
Museum Location: Chinese American Museum ▪ 425 North Los Angeles Street ▪ Los Angeles ▪
California ▪ 90012 ▪ (213) 485-8567 ▪ www.camla.org
Mailing Address: 125 Paseo de la Plaza, Suite 400 ▪ Los Angeles ▪ California ▪ 90012 ▪ (213) 485-8484
Museum Location: Chinese American Museum ▪ 425 North Los Angeles Street ▪ Los Angeles ▪
California ▪ 90012 ▪ (213) 485-8567 ▪ www.camla.org
PREFERRED SKILLS:
• Knowledge of exhibit design is preferred
• Experience in grants development is highly desired
NOTE: All applicants are strongly encouraged to detail their community nonprofit, volunteer, community service, small business, and teamwork experiences in their applications. All applicants must have strong and effective oral and written communication skills in English and be computer efficient. Written and oral skills in Chinese are desirable, but not required. Job description will be removed when position is filled.
SALARY: Salary starting from $33,000; commensurate with experience
TO APPLY:
Applicants are accepted on a continuous basis up until the deadline. If you are selected for an interview, you will be contacted within 40 calendar days of receipt of your application. Please send a cover letter, résumé, three references, and salary history in the following ways:
• Email: Send documents as Adobe PDF attachments to Administrative Director
D.B. Quan, at admin@camla.org. Please save each PDF attachment as “Firstname Lastname – Cover Letter”; “Firstname Lastname – Resume”; “Firstname Lastname – 3 References”; “Firstname Lastname – Salary History.” Please indicate “CAM Curator of History” in the subject heading.
• Fax: Attn: D.B. Quan
(213) 485-0428
RE: CAM Curator of History
• U.S. Mail: Attn: D.B. Quan
Friends of the Chinese American Museum
125 Paseo de la Plaza, Suite 400
Los Angeles, CA 90012
RE: CAM Curator of History
• Inquiries: Please contact D.B. Quan at (213) 485-8484; or consult the CAM website
at www.camla.org for more information.
DEADLINE for applications is extended to May 2, 2007.
For more information about CAM, please visit our website at www.camla.org.
FCAM is committed to diversity in the workplace.

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