JOB/Community Opportunities


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Anh Nguyen: State Farm Agent

Intern: Are you outgoing and customer-focused? Do you enjoy working with the public? If you answered yes to these questions, working for a State Farm independent contractor agent may be the career for you! State Farm agents market only State Farm insurance and financial service products.

Account Representative: Successful State Farm Agent is seeking a qualified professional to join their winning team for the role of Insurance Account Representative - State Farm Agent Team Member (Base Salary + Commission). We seek an energetic professional interested in helping our business grow through value-based conversations and remarkable customer experience. If you are a motivated self starter who thrives in a fast-paced environment, then this is your opportunity for a rewarding career with excellent income and growth potential.

10th Annual Scholarship Dinner on April 9th, 2019 at Kutak Rock, LLP,

1625 I St NW #800 Washington, DC 20006 from 6 to 9 PM where the scholarship recipient will be recognized and given an opportunity to present a speech. This event, featuring a Vietnamese food buffet, open bar, and great company will celebrate VABA-DC's 10-year anniversary.

Email Linh H. Ly at


Meals on Wheels Driver for Vietnamese-speaking recipients (Vietnamese helpful, but not required)

Brighten someone's day! Volunteer weekly or just once a month! When you volunteer with Meals on Wheels, you:

- Help older adults and adults with disabilities remain at home while recovering from surgery or other short-term medical problems.

- Promote independent living for older residents

- Help those with long-term chronic illnesses avoid or delay nursing home or other institutionalized placement.

Meals on Wheels Drivers pick up meals and deliver them to individuals on a specific route. Mileage reimbursement is available. Routes take a maximum of 2 hours to deliver all meals. Deliveries are made midday on weekdays. You can drive every week or just one day a month.

Speaking Vietnamese is not required, but helpful. Non-Vietnamese speakers are welcomed!

The Fairfax Area Meals on Wheels program serves residents age 60 and over and adults with disabilities who cannot shop for or prepare their own meals or have no one available to prepare meals. Sometimes, the only person they see all day is their Meals on Wheels driver. Apply today to make a difference in someone's life!


Empower Hour: AAPI Women in Leadership

Join us on March 21 at 6:00pm for a Facebook Live episode of Empower Hour, where we hear from AAPI women who lead prominent social justice organizations.

If you are in the area, please join us as part of our live audience at the Xfinity Chinatown store!

Webinar 1: Boards & Commissions

The Women's Collective offers Quarterly Webinars, informational sessions with women who hold elected office and more. The first webinar will be on Building Strong Community through Boards and Commissions


The National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum is the only national, multi-issue advocacy organization in the United States with the mission to build collective power of all AAPI women and girls to gain full agency over our lives, our families, and our communities. Founded in 1996, we are a growing and dynamic organization with staff in five offices and local volunteer-led chapters in fifteen cities.

NAPAWF is seeking a seasoned, independent, and goals driven community organizer in Philadelphia. The Philadelphia Organizing Manager is responsible for ensuring NAPAWF’s unique intersectional perspective is brought to the forefront of reproductive justice work in the Philadelphia area. The Organizing Manager is responsible for growing our base & organizational capacity in Philadelphia, and coordinating our Philadelphia chapter leadership in building relationships with a broad array of non-profit organizations, faith-based leadership, low wage workers, immigrant, and university student leadership centered on building power for AAPI women and girls around a reproductive justice, economic justice and immigration agenda. The Philadelphia Organizing Manager will be responsible for additionally training local leadership and working with them to develop strong local & national campaign work. This position additionally will support and mentor junior organizers, plays a small supportive role to several other chapters outside of Philadelphia, and reports to the National Field Director.

An ideal candidate will have a strong set of working relationships with various community-based organizations in Philadelphia, a track record of community organizing, and commitment to social justice with a proven ability to juggle multiple projects at once, build strong coalitions, and mobilize grassroots leadership. The Philadelphia Organizing Manager must be committed to getting results in a fast-paced environment and able to handle a unique and dynamic workload.


The Philadelphia Organizing Manager is responsible for the following:

● Provides the strategic vision for work in Philadelphia to successfully build a strong and powerful base of AAPI women and girls to advance reproductive justice in Pennsylvania at the state level and at the national level.

● Be a strategic thinker and be responsible for understanding the interests and needs among the diverse AAPI communities in Philadelphia through landscape scans, one-on-ones with AAPI & other ally organizations, and local leaders, in order to shape the organizing strategy

● Provide strategic leadership by identify organizing campaign opportunities in the local and state level and develop and design strategic campaign plans and connecting local campaigns to federal campaigns in a strategic way.

● Provide thought leadership to the Field Team.

● Hire, supervise, support, and mentor Junior Philadelphia organizers in designing outreach and work plans, and other work-related activities.

● Build a coalition of AAPI & ally organizations together with our chapter around a local AAPI reproductive justice agenda that is channeled through distinct and creative campaigns that catalyze political, social, and cultural change;

● Develop leadership of local chapter members to be leaders in the reproductive justice movement and in the AAPI community in the greater Philadelphia area.

● Plan, recruit participants for, and facilitate a year-long Reproductive Justice leadership training institute.

● Cultivates and holds new and existing relationships with key players in the state to advance the vision and mission of NAPAWF, and also within various coalitions and reproductive justice tables in Philadelphia and the state of Pennsylvania.

● Help the organization procure funding for Philadelphia-area program funds, including prospecting, writing concept papers and assisting the development staff with reports.

● Other duties as required.


We’re seeking candidates who excel in relationship building, are results oriented, and have strong project management skills. You should have:

● Possesses strategic leadership skills that is demonstrated in creative, solutions-oriented thinking and leaderships and ability to always connect day-to-day with the big picture.

● A strong commitment to the issues of AAPI and/or immigrant women and girls, health, social justice and human rights.

● A demonstrated commitment to excellence, and a history of getting things done even in the face of obstacles

● Strong organizational and communication skills

● Openness to learning and working within a small, dynamic and growing organization.

● Experience in faith-based and/or student organizing or general group leadership

● Experience in leading training's or in workshop facilitation. Generally strong people skills, and comfort presenting to large groups

● Canvassing, phone banking or other community outreach experience is a plus.

● Proficiency in Khmer, Burmese, or Vietnamese languages is a plus.

The person in this position will be based out of the offices of a partner organization. They should be able to engage in the diverse demands of the work, including the capacity to remain in a stationary position, operate a computer, and move about the office and outside of the office. They must have access to a car, and have the capacity to work evening hours and/or weekends as required. Some light travel is required. Benefits
The salary range for this position is $45,000 to $48,000, commensurate with experience.

Benefits include a 401k plan, and medical, dental, and vision insurance. Qualified dependents may also be covered. NAPAWF offers full-time employees 15 days of vacation in the first year, sick leave, flexible spending program options and personal/family leave.

How To Apply
Please email a cover letter and resume to, with “Philadelphia Organizing Manager” in the subject line. Application deadline is rolling.