The Arab American Cultural Center offers numerous way to get involved with the cultural and education work we do. We offer an internship program. As a student you can also work at the center. You are welcome to volunteer and participate in our activities. We also welcome financial contributions to help sustain and grow the Center's activities to materialize its mission.
Mentorship in STEM Fields Heading link
ArabAmCC partners students with faculty or graduate students in STEM fields to support their career goals, professional development, and overall studies. If interested, join the program by signing up here:
For students: go.uic.edu/STEMmentee
For Faculty and Graduate Students: go.uic.edu/STEMmentor
Job Opportunities Heading link
The Arab American Cultural Center usually offers job opportunities for undergraduate and graduate student workers. Their work is central to the success of the Center’s activities and to the fulfillment of our mission. We usually post for academic year positions, but occasionally do offer semester long appointments.
Internship Heading link
The Arab American Cultural Center (ArabAmCC)’s internship program aims to contribute to the academic and professional growth of interns by providing training and mentorship in office management, events planning, professional engagement, cultural competency (including gaining greater knowledge about Arab and Muslim and Arab and Muslim American communities), and public speaking. Interns will receive a $500 stipend per semester. Interns can also receive academic credit. Internships in good standing can lead to future employment opportunity with the ArabAmCC in future semesters.
Other ways to get involved Heading link
If you are interested in volunteering with the Center, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by and talk to our staff.