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Good chance to practice designing posters, writing newsletters, planning activities, etc.
It's a small nonprofit, so sometimes may get boring in doing something that you think it belongs to the front desk. Well that depends on the timing and your availability.
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I worked at Philadelphia Chinatown Development as an intern (Less than a year)
Open office space, and much hands-on learning. You will be actively involved in many operations the company does. In addition, you will eventually have to complete tasks that require you to learn new skills.
Office culture is very asian - many people here speak to each other in cantonese or mandarin. As a result, Chinese-speakers are recommended for the job. You will not have many opportunities to use Chinese in the job, but it still feels essential.