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Growing Community Since 2002: The Nikkei Community Internship Program - Class 11 - Summer 2012

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The Nikkei Community Internship Program - Class 11

In the summer of 2012, eighteen interns were placed with non-profit and for-profit organizations in and around California's three Japantowns in Los Angeles, San Jose, and San Francisco. (In 2012, the NCI program featured for the first time a Community Career Track, which places interns at local businesses and for-profit organizations that have a strong community focus. Before 2012, the only participating host organizations had been non-profit community-based organizations.)

For eight weeks, interns in the Greater Los Angeles area and the San Francisco Bay Area work on a wide array of projects with their host organizations; they also learn about the non-profit community work being done in their respective Japantowns. In San Jose, the interns do not remain at a single organization; they visit various community-oriented organizations in an eight-week themed rotation program.

These are the stories of the NCI Class 11 interns.

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Nikkei Community Internship Program - Class 11
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Class 11 of the Nikkei Community Internship (NCI) program at the James Irvine Japanese Garden of the Japanese American Cultural and Community Center (JACCC) in Los Angeles' Little Tokyo. This … More »


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