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Paid Internship Positions

This paid internship position is Funded by A Grant from the National Network for Arab American Communities (NNAAC)! Thanks to NNAAC support that keeps CAC and many other nonprofits across the United States supported and Motivated!

Marketing and Outreach Intern (For Spring 2016 and Fall 2017):

The Center for Arabic Culture is looking for a Marketing and Outreach Intern for Spring 2017. The intern must be studying business and/or marketing or have a business and marketing background. He/she must have a deep interest in the nonprofit world and Arabic culture.

The intern will work under the supervision of the executive director on implementing the recommendations of the CAC marketing committee. His/ her work will focus on increasing outreach, cultivating relations with donors, and searching for new resources and innovative marketing methods. In addition, he/she will work on social media ads like Facebook, Google, and Twitter, and CAC Arabic School outreach planning. The marketing intern’s mission will cover CAC’s events like Arabic School related projects, the crowd funding campaign and spring festival during spring 2017.

Responsibilities will include but are not limited to:

  • Marketing and advertisement for 2 major fundraising events.
  • Assist the Executive Director in implementing the CAC Marketing Committee recommendations.
  • Assisting in community outreach planning.
  • Assist in implementing plans to raise awareness about the Arabic Culture and the Arab American Experience.
  • Advertise the events at the CAC’s headquarters and events at the CAC Arabic School.
  • Comes up with creative ways to work with social media :Twitter, Facebook and Google
  • Research Marketing Grants
  • Assist in Planning, implementing, and advertise for the CAC Annual Arab Spring Celebration.

The intern will take an allowance of $500/ month for working 12 hours a week.

The duration of the internship is: 3 months. Starting January 2017 till end of April 2017

The Intern should have solid writing and proofreading abilities, and good communication and computer skills.

Hours are negotiable and flexible. This internship can be renewed for another semester in Fall 2017.

A letter of recommendation and certificate of completing an internship will be provided.

Speaking the Arabic language is not required.

If interested, please submit your résumé, cover letter and two recommendation letters to Alma Richeh at aricheh@cacboston.org

 

Unpaid Internship Positions for Spring 2016:

Events Intern.

Fundraising and Grants Research Intern

Program Evaluation Intern.

Programing and Development Intern.

Read below for details about each position

Events Intern

The Center for Arabic Culture is looking for an Events Intern for Fall 2015. The intern must have a deep interest in the nonprofit world and the Arabic Culture.  He/she will work along with the Executive Director on organizing and implementing the Center’s events. This will include a thorough work on planning, marketing and outreach for such events.  All candidates should have solid writing and proofreading abilities, and good communication and computer skills.

Responsibilities will include but are not limited to:

  • Assisting in the logistics, planning, and the execution of 2 major fundraising events
  • Assisting in community outreach planning.
  • Assist in organizing the CAC events.
  • Assist in Planning for the CAC Annual Spring Celebration.
  • General Office work.

This position is unpaid and requires a commitment of 5-10 hrs./wk. throughout the Fall Semester of 2015.

Hours are negotiable and flexible. This internship can be renewed for another semester.

A letter of recommendation and certificate of completing an internship will be provided.

Speaking the Arabic language is not required.

If interested, please submit your résumé to Alma Richeh at aricheh@cacboston.org and include in the subject line which position you are primarily interested in.

Fundraising and Grants Research Intern

The Center for Arabic Culture is looking for a Fundraising and Grants Research Intern for Fall 2015. The intern must have a deep interest in the nonprofit world and Arabic culture.  He/she will work along with the Executive Director on researching various grants and explore new and innovative fundraising methods  All candidates should have solid writing and proofreading abilities, and good communication and computer skills.

Responsibilities will include but are not limited to:

  • Plan for minimum of two fundraising events/ year.
  • Research applicable and suitable grants and giving foundations.
  • Assist in gathering information that assist in grant writing.
  • Research the best practices in fundraising and grant writing.
  • Assist in Planning for the CAC Annual Spring Celebration.
  • General Office work.

This position is unpaid and requires a commitment of 5-10 hrs./wk. throughout the Fall Semester of 2015.

Hours are negotiable and flexible. This internship can be renewed for another semester.

A letter of recommendation and certificate of completing an internship will be provided.

Speaking the Arabic language is not required.

If interested, please submit your résumé to Alma Richeh at aricheh@cacboston.org and include in the subject line which position you are primarily interested in.

Program Evaluation Intern

The Center for Arabic Culture is looking for a Program Evaluator Intern for Fall 2015. The intern must have a deep interest in the Arabic Culture and the nonprofit world.  He/she will work along with the Executive Director on variety of tasks to support the CAC’s work in evaluation, surveys and program analysis.  All candidates should have solid writing and proofreading abilities, and good communication and computer skills.

Responsibilities will include but are not limited to:

  • Establishing surveys for the Center’s programs and the CAC Arabic School.
  • Data collection through programing and surveys.
  • Data analysis.
  • Developing charts, figures, and slides,and preparing manuscripts.
  • Work along with the team to identify best practices for program implementation.
  • Assist in organizing the CAC events.
  • General Office work.

This position is unpaid and requires a commitment of 5-10 hrs./wk. throughout the Fall Semester of 2015.

Hours are negotiable and flexible. This internship can be renewed for another semester.

A letter of recommendation and certificate of completing an internship will be provided.

Speaking the Arabic language is not required.

If interested, please submit your résumé to Alma Richeh at aricheh@cacboston.org and include in the subject line which position you are primarily interested in.

Programing and Development Intern

The Center for Arabic Culture is looking for a Programing and Development Intern for Fall 2015. The intern must have a deep interest in the Arabic culture and the nonprofit world.  He/she will work along with the Executive Director on creating and implementing the Center’s events. All candidates should have solid writing and proofreading abilities, and good communication and computer skills.

Responsibilities will include but are not limited to: Assisting in the logistics, planning, and execution of 2 major fundraising events
– Work with the Executive Director on establishing new programs.
– Plan and implement events at the Center’s headquarters and the CAC Arabic School.
– Assist in planning and implementing the CAC Annual Spring Celebration.
– General Office work.

This position is unpaid and requires a commitment of 5-10 hrs./wk. throughout the Fall Semester of 2015.

Hours are negotiable and flexible. This internship can be renewed for another semester.

A letter of recommendation and certificate of completing an internship will be provided.

Speaking the Arabic language is not required.

If interested, please submit your résumé to Alma Richeh at aricheh@cacboston.org and include in the subject line which position you are primarily interested in.


Teaching Positions:

Arabic Language Teaching Position for School Year 2016/2017:

(Position is Closed! Thanks to All Who Applied)

The Center for Arabic Culture (CAC) is seeking an Arabic Language teacher with experience to work with our CAC Arabic School students in our school in Newton, MA.  We are seeking a teacher to teach Arabic as a second language (ASL), has experience and passion for motivating students, and willing to commit to our school standards.
Classroom hours are Sundays from 1:30- 3:00 pm and 3:30pm- 5:00pm (two classes), following the CAC School calendar
Classroom Duties Include:

  • Teach students between 10 to 12 years old. (Level 5 and Level 6)
  • Follow the school curriculum with an ability to enrich it and create in-class activities.
  • Communicate with parents about students’ performance in class.
  • Send homework each week.
  • Keep track of students’ work during the year to provide a credible assessment about each student’s yearly performance.

Required Education: Bachelor Degree

Professional Requirements:

  • The teacher must be a native Arabic speaker and fluent in English.
  • Teaching experience is preferred but not required.
  • Has an ability to work with students 10-12 years old
  • Has an experience working with students and families from diverse backgrounds.
  • Comfortable working in a team teaching atmosphere with other teachers.
  • Experience in creating, enriching, engaging, and rigorous learning experiences to support student success.
  • Has a desire and ability to build relationships with students, tutors, and parents quickly and easily.
  • Sense of humor and positive attitude absolutely critical.
  • Salary: $45/hour for the 2016/2017 school year.
  • Start date: Immediately This Sunday Sept. 18, 2016

To apply: send your resume to info@cacboston.org This Position will be open until filled.


The CAC programs include but not limited to:

  • Visual Arts: Exhibit, document, and promote art about the Arab world.
  • Performance Arts: organize concerts, dance, and theater productions.
  • Scholarly Activities: Organize lectures, conferences, and workshops focused on Arabic culture, History, and the Arab-American experience.
  • Arabic Language: The CAC Arabic School and the colloquial classes programs enable children and young adults to experience the beauty of the Arabic language.

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Center for Arabic Culture (CAC) provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, CAC complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training.

CAC expressly prohibits any form of workplace harassment based on race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, genetic information, disability, or veteran status. Improper interference with the ability of [Company Name]’s employees to perform their job duties may result in discipline up to and including discharge.

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