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Join our Leadership Team!

We are an all-volunteer-run nonprofit organization with the ambitious goal to create a diverse and vibrant community that we are proud of. We strive to build authentic and transformational leaders across all levels of industries, ranks, and professions. 

Are you up for the challenge? If so, you will be part of an active community committed to building each other up. We are looking for people who are willing to step up and become inclusive leaders who truly believe that the success of others is also the success of themselves.

If any of these roles are of interest, please apply through this link: NAAAP Boston Leadership Application! 

Open Roles

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No positions available at this time.

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Be a Committee Volunteer!

Why Volunteer?

At NAAAP Boston, we hope to foster a bond between you and other like-minded professionals hungry for growth and hope to solve challenges that face our local communities. 

What are the concerns of our community? How can we help amplify the voices that are most often unheard? How can we grow, and help others grow, as a leader not just inside the workplace, but outside as well. If any of these questions interest you, you are what we are looking for!

And yes, sometimes we put on fancy clothes and attend professional events (Who even defines business casual?) but we also love to play board games and talk about mid-century modern art. Our volunteers are the life-blood of our organization and, more importantly, the reason why we are able to continue our work in the community. 

If you are interested, apply below are the open opportunities.

As a committee volunteer, you will be given tasks or projects to work on by your committee director. This may include planning a community barbeque to designing an entire track for our convention. The responsibilities may vary, but the impact you will leave will be palpable. 

If you are interested, please send your interest to hr@naaapboston.org with the subject line: Volunteer Interest - [ROLE] and we will respond back to you as soon as possible! The process is simple, so don't overthink it!

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Open Roles

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Community Lead, PRIDE Committee

NAAAP Pride is a national program by The National Association of Asian American Professionals. It is here to empower, educate, engage, and celebrate the Asian American LGBTQ+ professional community and its allies by providing education, promoting visibility, and developing current and future LGBTQ+ leaders. We will provide resources and support for those in all stages of the coming out process and for those creating safe and affirming work and learning spaces where Asian American LGBTQ+ students and employees can live, work, and study safely, openly, and genuinely. We are seeking a Community Lead to build and support our community of LGBTQ+ x AAPI folx. This includes listening and understanding the needs of the community and working with other committee volunteers to develop spaces that meet those needs.

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Programs Associate, PRIDE Committee

NAAAP Pride is a national program by The National Association of Asian American Professionals. It is here to empower, educate, engage, and celebrate the Asian American LGBTQ+ professional community and its allies by providing education, promoting visibility, and developing current and future LGBTQ+ leaders. We will provide resources and support for those in all stages of the coming out process and for those creating safe and affirming work and learning spaces where Asian American LGBTQ+ students and employees can live, work, and study safely, openly, and genuinely. We are seeking a Program Associate to help build programs for our community of LGBTQ+ x AAPI folx. Examples will include monthly dinner table conversations, interviewing candidates for our PRIDE Scholarsihp, or contributing to building inclusive professional development workshops.

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Programs Associate, Leadership Excellence

The Leadership Excellence Committee is dedicated to supporting professional across all stages of their careers reach the next level through skills workshops, toastmasters, mentorship, networking, and more. This committee is resopnsible for building the next generation of leaders. You will be more than capable if you have a high interest in designing learning workshops or managing operations for these programs.

Volunteer Experiences
"I had a great time - I met a lot of awesome people and was able to direct cool projects. I learned a lot about leadership, and will be able to utilize these skills elsewhere. I made a lot of great personal connections and gained important professional skills (time/group management, event planning, etc). Try to challenge yourself as much as you can because this is a safe space to fail or make mistakes."
- Former Associate Director of Scholarship Committee
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