Community info

Hybrid Town Hall Meeting

2023 Legislation Update

< SB 264 and SB 1718 >

6/15/2023, Thursday

5 pm - 7 pm

Critical Impact on Asian American & Pacific Islander (AAPI) Community 

and Community-at-large in Florida 

Miami In-Person Location:

The Great I Am Church

12300 NE 6 Court

North Miami, FL 33161

Please register:

Petition to stop SB 264 and HB 1355 to say no to discrimination: 

You may also sign this petition to have a collective voice against race discrimination targeting a specific ethnicity and protect "Fair Housing Act" that against the law to do any of the following based on race, color, national origin, sex, handicap, familial status, or religion: Refuse to rent or sell housing.

Thus far, over 6,300 signed the Petition already.


Please RSVP with below link to attend Make Us Visible Florida - A Community Dialogue: Bringing Asian American History to K-12 Schools to be held on 10/1/2022 from 1 pm in North Miami Beach.

Thanks for your continued support!


Miami Coordinator 

Make Us Visible Florida

Spring 2022 Advancing Justice | AAJC Youth Leadership Summit

Deadline: March 3, 2022

 Calling all student leaders who are passionate about elevating Asian American and Pacific Islander issues! We're excited to announce that we are now accepting applications for our Spring 2022 Youth Leadership Summit!

Our 10th annual Youth Leadership Summit will take place VIRTUALLY in late April.

Our Youth Leadership Summit is a multi-day leadership development program for high achieving college students dedicated to addressing issues impacting Asian Americans and Pacific Islander communities.


The Summit will bring together 12 student leaders virtually for five days of advocacy trainings and leadership development workshops focused on policy, advocacy, and civic engagement; providing a unique opportunity for young advocates from across the country to both interact with their peers as well as learn from and network with national leaders.


Apply here:



Consumer Reports Advocacy Intern, Summer 2022 

(for current law student, or public policy, engineering, business or other related master's degree student)



AAJA Scholarships

 AAJA annually offers up to $20,000 in scholarships and grants to journalism students to help offset the costs of education, internships, living expenses and other opportunities. Please note some listed opportunities have their own application. Be sure you fit the individual opportunity’s criteria.

AAJA is releasing applications for 2022-2023 scholarships, internships, and fellowships. Please check each individual opportunity for deadlines. For more information, read our press release here: click here

Apply to 2022-23 AAJA Scholarships and Fellowships here:



AAJA VOICES Fellowship



Voices serves as a multimedia journalism training fellowship for college and graduate students, as well as a leadership program for young journalists.


We are looking for undergraduate and graduate students who are interested in spending the summer producing a long-form, in-depth news project over the course of the summer. We want students who are excellent storytellers and who are interested in new technologies and story forms. Reporters, social media strategists, designers, developers, data engineers, podcasters, broadcasters and bloggers are all welcome to apply.


The program this year will consist of summer-long training and project work that begins in May and culminates at the AAJA 2022 Convention in Los Angeles on Wednesday, July 28 to Saturday, July 31.


Click here to apply to be a VOICES 2022 Fellow:



AAJA JCamp 2022 Fellow


High school freshmen, sophomores and juniors with a strong interest in broadcasting, newspapers, magazines, photojournalism or online media are encouraged to apply.

Students selected for the program have all costs covered including airfare, campus housing and meals.

Apply here:


Internship opportunity at WHIAANHPI

Deadline: February 10, 2022 

for Summer Session (May-August 2022)

The White House Initiative on Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders offers full-time student volunteer internships year-round (spring, summer, and fall). Part-time applicants who can commit to at least 20 hours a week will be considered, although the Initiative prioritizes full-time applicants (32-40 hours a week). Internships will be based in Washington, DC, with the option to work remotely.

The Initiative is responsible for the implementation of President Joe Biden’s Executive Order 14031, dated May 28, 2021. Its purpose is to drive an ambitious whole-of-government agenda to advance equity, justice, and opportunity for Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (AA and NHPI) communities. The Initiative is housed at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services within the Office for Civil Rights.

Interns at the Initiative are responsible for assisting the staff on a wide range of AA and NHPI issues and priorities, including addressing anti-Asian bias and hate, COVID-19 recovery, capacity building, civil rights, data disaggregation, economic development, education, health, language access, workforce diversity, and more. In addition, interns will help write policy memos and proposals, draft blogs, assist with communications and social media, help coordinate and staff events, and assist with outreach to national and local AA and NHPI organizations and leaders.

Applicants for intern positions must be undergraduate or graduate students who are enrolled or accepted for enrollment as a diploma, certificate, or degree-seeking student. Ideally, the candidate will already be familiar with AA and NHPI issues and have outstanding writing, research, communications, and computer skills.  

How to Apply:*

If you are interested in applying, please send the following to with the subject line “Internship Application for WHIAANHPI”:

·        Dates that you are available for the internship (minimum of 3 months)

·        Location preference of your internship (Washington, DC; or remote)

·        Resume

·        A written statement that describes (1) an issue that affects the AA and NHPI community on a national level, (2) a strategy that you would implement at the Initiative to address that issue, and (3) the organizations and/or federal agencies with whom you would collaborate and why. The statement should be no more than one page, single-spaced in Times New Roman, 12 point font.

(*If not accepted to this program, your application may be passed onto other federal agencies for consideration.)

All intern applicants must be:

·        At least 18 years of age

·        Enrolled in or accepted for enrollment in a degree-seeking program at an accredited academic institution

·        Authorized to work in the United States

·        All interns must go through a security background check. 

A limited number of paid internships may be available, and we also encourage potential interns to seek course credit or funding through external programs. The United States Government does not discriminate in employment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, disability and genetic information, age, membership in an employee organization, or other non-merit factor. 

2022 American Muslim Alliance of Florida Inc. Scholarship 

The American Muslim Alliance of Florida Inc. will be awarding a total of $20,000 in scholarships to thirty students in support of Florida high school senior students in pursuit of a college education. The top 10 students will each receive a scholarship in the amount of $1,000. In addition, 20 students will each receive a scholarship in the amount of $500.

To learn more or to apply: 2022-AMAF-Graduation-Scholarship-Form.pdf 

Deadline: Applications must be received before May 6th, 2022

2022 OCA Summer Internship Program

OCA-Asian Pacific American Advocates is now accepting applications for the 2022 OCA Summer Internship Program! Undergraduate students (and recent grads) who identify as Asian American or Pacific Islander are highly encouraged to apply.

Priority deadline: Sunday, January 30, 2022 at 11:59 PM PT.

Regular deadline: Sunday, February 20, 2022 at 11:59 PM PT.

Please note: interns must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 before the start of the program.

Learn more and apply here: