Access to Asia

Organization Description Full Entry
Alliance for Global Education

Division of Institute for Study Abroad, Butler University, offers programs in China & India.

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American Citizens Abroad

Advocacy group and information resource for American citizens living abroad.  Helpful for those planning on working in another country.

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Asia Society

Educational organization dedicated to promoting mutual understanding among people of Asia & U.S.  Educational programs, career & internship opportunities available.

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Asian Foundation Development Fellows Program

Leadership development program conducting in the U.S. & Asia, providing international experience and networking opportunities.

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Asian Health Services

Organization that provides health care services to Asia & the Pacific Islands.  Volunteer & internship opportunities available.

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Association for India's Development

Non-profit that promotes sustainable, equitable, and just development through grassroot projects in India.

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Business Japanese Proficiency Test

Language proficiency test focused on professional language skills, results of which are used by employers and university admissions.  Testing sites in Japan and other Asian countries.

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CARE India

NGO focusing on alleviating poverty and social justice, especially for women and girls in India.

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China Society

Non-profit organization committed to mutual understanding between China & the world.  Hosts events & forums in U.S. & China.

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Congressional-Executive Commission on China Liu Xiaobo Fellowship

The Congressional-Executive Commission on China (CECC) is offering paid Fellowships to graduates of accredited Bachelor’s, Master’s, J.D. Programs, or current graduate-level students. CECC Fellowship positions are filled twice a year. The Summer term (Full-Time, 32-40 hours per week) begins approximately in mid-May and ends in August/September. The Fall-Spring term (Part-Time, 15-20 hours a week) begins approximately in early November and ends in late April. The precise start and end dates are determined based on the Commission’s schedule and the end dates can be negotiated based on Fellows’ needs. 
The Liu Xiaobo Fellowship provides significant professional experience for individuals with a background in Chinese politics, law, and society, in addition to strong Chinese language skills. Fellows work closely with the Commission and its staff on the full array of issues concerning human rights, the rule of law, and governance in China (including criminal justice, institutions of democratic governance, environmental issues, religious freedom, freedom of expression, ethnic minority rights, women’s rights, etc.).

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