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Celebrating Asian Heritage and Serving All Immigrants.


Mark your calendars! Our Harvest Moon Festival 2017 is approaching and we would like to welcome you to join us on October 7th! The event will feature various cultural performances, food, lantern lighting, and other fun activities. Feel free to ask us if you have any questions.



We are currently looking for a Mental Health Training Program Coordinator! Here are some details on the job:

Hours and wage: Approx. 16 hours per week –Work time and day are flexible. Starting salary is $22-25/hour or based on experience.

The person will be responsible for coordinating a Community Health Endowment 3-year grant to arrange training for peer supporters, interpreters, and mental health professionals in refugee-specific, trauma-related therapy techniques. This person will also be charged with creating and leading networking/continued education groups for the peer supporters, interpreters, and mental health professionals. This person will oversee all aspects of the grant including supervising peer supporters, writing and submitting reports on grant progress, and working with the researcher/evaluator to conduct needs assessments of potential trainees and evaluate trainee progress throughout the program.

FOR MORE INFORMATION on responsibilities and details of the job, take a look at the full job description on the file attached to this post.

Think you are a perfect fit for this job? Apply now! Applicants must submit a resume, cover letter, and contact information for three professional references to

(EXTENDED) Donation Drive for The Grandma Project
(EXTENDED) Donation Drive for The Grandma Project

We are still taking in donations that will be headed towards the Grandma Project! Thank you for everybody who have donated the many wonderful items for the past few weeks. The donation drive is extended and if you still have items to donate, they can be dropped at our center. Suggested donations needed would be toothbrushes, dishwashing soap, detergent, kitchen cloths, and other household items that could be useful to our participants in the project. Your time and kind effort taken to donate will be greatly appreciated.

The Asian Center partners with St. Matthews Church and Yezidis International to offer the Grandma Project, a program for senior Yezidi women. Donated items from this donation drive will be given to our Yezidi refugee seniors in the program. The donation is aimed to encourage more attendance in the program. All donations will be greatly appreciated and can be dropped at our center.

For more information on the donation drive, take a look at the flyer attached. We look forward to seeing you!

The Karen Cultural Liaison will be responsible for duties within multiple programs of the ACCC and will include coordinating and teaching women’s classes and serving the Karen community through senior, women’s and minority health programming.

The part-time job will be Monday-Friday ​-14 + hours​ per week (8 hours senior program; 6 hours women’s programming)+ additional hours through Creating Lasting Family Connections when in session (5 hours translation) - Occasional weekend and/or evening hours may be assigned.

The downloadable file attached will provide all information you need on the job. Think this is a job for you? Apply now by submitting a resume and cover letter to Position is open until filled.