The Nikkei Community Internship (NCI) Program is a statewide initiative, which allows college students to support the work of community organizations while increasing their understanding of contemporary issues affecting Japanese Americans. Coordinated by the JCYC in Northern California and Kizuna in Southern California, the program supports the development of the next generation of community leaders. The program consists of an eight-week summer internship where interns are placed at organizations such as the Japanese Community and Cultural Center of Northern California, Kimochi Inc., Go For Broke National Education Center and the Japanese American Citizens League. One day of each week is reserved for the interns to visit Japanese American organizations to meet with community leaders and expand their knowledge of emerging issues and existing services and resources.
1840 Sutter Street, Suite 207 San Francisco, CA 94115 For more information, contact Erika Tamura. Phone: (415) 563-8052 Fax: (415) 346-1948 Email: etamura@jcyc.org
Nikkei Community Internship
NAVIGATION
JCYC’S SOCIAL MEDIA
ADDRESS 2012 Pine Street San Francisco, CA 94115
CONTACT info@jcyc.org Tel:  (415) 202-7900 Fax: (415) 346-1948
NAVIGATION
JCYC’S SOCIAL MEDIA
ADDRESS 2012 Pine Street San Francisco, CA 94115
CONTACT info@jcyc.org Tel:  (415) 202-7900 Fax: (415) 921-1841
Nikkei Community Internship 1840 Sutter Street, Suite 207 San Francisco, CA 94115 For more information, contact Erika Tamura. Phone: (415) 563-8052 Fax: (415) 921-1841 Email: etamura@jcyc.org  The Nikkei Community Internship (NCI) Program is a statewide initiative, which allows college students to support the work of community organizations while increasing their understanding of contemporary issues affecting Japanese Americans. Coordinated by the JCYC in Northern California and Kizuna in Southern California, the program supports the development of the next generation of community leaders. The program consists of an eight-week summer internship where interns are placed at organizations such as the Japanese Community and Cultural Center of Northern California, Kimochi Inc., Go For Broke National Education Center and the Japanese American Citizens League. One day of each week is reserved for the interns to visit Japanese American organizations to meet with community leaders and expand their knowledge of emerging issues and existing services and resources.