Public Programs Volunteer
Our public programs are made possible due hugely impart to our amazing volunteer community who helps with all of the behind the scenes!
If you're interested in being a part of the collaborative planning process for W.O.W Project programs, please fill out this form. The team will shortly be in touch about current program volunteer opportunities.
Applications are closed for our internship program this year.
Interns at W.O.W Project will get to explore arts and activism in NYC’s Chinatown, develop skills in a place that values and supports youth as leaders, experience grassroots cultural organizing through developing their own WOW Project programming, and learn from experts and community members in an Asian American womxn and non-binary led space.
Application Deadline*: 11:59 PM September 27, 2019 *Soft deadline
Interest Meeting: 5:30 PM September 20, 2019 at 26 Mott St
Interviews: September 28 or 29, 2019 (flexible)
First Meeting: October 6, 2019
Send a letter of interest and list of past experiences to email@example.com with subject: “WOW Internship Application"
WOW internship looks like:
- Weekly meetings in October and November for wow youth community-building, political education, personal reflection, skills workshops, and snacks
- Collaboratively organizing WOW’s pillar programs and public programs (Chinatown Book Club, Storefront Artist Residency, Healing Series, Makers Series, LNY Party, and Anniversary Celebration)
- Culminating public programs project led by interns and supported by the community
- Finding friends and home in this place-based community and expanding your power
The W.O.W Project is looking for up to 4 bilingual translators to support with translating W.O.W’s program materials and past panel discussions from English to Chinese.
If you or someone you know is interested in helping W.O.W reach a wider audience in Chinatown and beyond in our work, please e-mail us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.