Aaron Community Cultural Center (ACCC)

13509 Spinning Ave, Gardena, Ca 90249
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Our mission The mission of the Aaron Community Cultural Center is to provide education, social skills, employment training, and family system programs from birth to death. This mission will occur face to face and in a cyber environment.

Aaron Community Cultural Center (ACCC)

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Case management for housing program

The case managers will work with 4-12 clients per week. They will help them discover and manage their life goals, budgeting, volunteering, house hold tasks and weekly group house meeting. This intern will also have the opportunity work on Grants and other funding resources. See full description
  • Adults (18+)
  • On-site
  • Groups (2-10)
  • Writing, Note Writing

Food and Clothing Bank Intern

This individuals will learn how to generate, manage, and disburse food and clothing donations. This intern will also  have an opportunity to work on Grants and other funding resources. See full description
  • Adults (18+)
  • Ongoing
  • On-site
  • Maintenance, Food Distribution, Writing

Marketing and Social Media intern

This intern will work in Aaron Community Cultural Center as a Marketing and Social Media intern enhancing ACCC current Plan. This intern should have knowledge of or be willing to learn about Marketing and Social Media and be willing to participate in  trainings on and off line. This intern will also have an opportunity to work on… See full description
  • Ongoing
  • On-site
  • Tech Support, Writing, Project-based


We are seeking interns. Each intern positions hours will be 5-20 hours per week. We are seeking highly motivated, self starters who are interested in working in a grass roots organization. Training will be provide for all positions.
  • Weekly
  • Adults
  • Individuals
  • Indoor
  • Formal
  • Weekdays
How you help ACCC runs on volunteers.
About us he Aaron Community Cultural Center is the vision and heartfelt passion of Trooper Major Andrew Aaron. ACCC's aim is to provide housing, employment, and training along with the preservation of history.Currently in Los Angeles, there are 1.8 million homeless individuals. Fifteen percent of the homeless population are women between the ages of thirty-five and sixty. These women do not have young children in their care. They do neither qualify for family programs nor are they mature enough to qualify for senior programs.
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