The Cornell A3C provides a variety of signature programs and annual events to the campus community!
A3C Undergraduate Internship Program (for undergraduate students only)
Interested in identity-based work, social justice, community building? Potentially looking at a career in multicultural/diversity affairs or higher education? This internship could be for you. The A3C selects a group of interns to help organize and run the center's activities. Hiring begins at the beginning of the academic year. These positions are expected to work between 3-5 hours per week and are paid. We are currently not hiring for the 2021-22 academic year.
A3C Graduate Interns (for graduate students only)
Interested in identity-based work, social justice, community building? Looking to lead our Undergraduate Internship Program or CLIMB Program? This internship could be for you! Hiring begins at the beginning of the academic year. These positions are expected to work between 5-7 hours per week and are paid. We are currently not hiring for the 2021-22 academic year.
InspirAsian Speaker Series
The InspirAsian Speaker Series invite a wide range of speakers from the APIDA community to Cornell. Past speakers include Eric Nam, Justin H. Min, Asian Boss Girl, Wong Fu Productions, MILCK, Nicole Chung, Dr. Nimmi Gowrinathan, Ashly Perez, Nathan Chen, Karen Chen, Inga Lam, and Christine Ha.
The 5-week CommUNITY Series will engage participants' in an examination of social and identity-based issues that affect Asian, Pacific, Islander, Desi American (APIDA) identities. Weekly sessions will include a variety of discussion topics ranging from APIDA history and immigration to mental health, racial solidarity, and more. Dinner will be provided every other week, and snacks will be delivered right to your door! This is a great opportunity to meet new friends, connect with your community, and engage in meaningful conversation.
Be-Coming Lunch Series
In partnership with the Asian American Studies Program, the A3C hosts the Be-Coming Lunch Series. Be-Coming features undergraduate and graduate student speakers who enact their academic passions outside of the classroom. Come enjoy a catered lunch while listening to students talk about their exceptional research and work, inside and outside the academic setting.