The ANCA Glendale Internship Program is a part-time leadership program, which introduces high school seniors and college students to all aspects of the public affairs arena in Glendale. The program provides an opportunity for student leaders and activists to gain an in-depth understanding of the American political system, Armenian-American issues and advocacy efforts on a local level.

Interns will gain experience in non-profit management, government affairs, community organizing and education, communications, media, and planning and executing events. In addition to individual and joint projects, interns will participate in workshops featuring a variety of guest speakers including public officials, ANCA leadership, and specialists from the community.

Summer Intern Blog 

Check out the weekly blogs authored by the Summer 2017 Internship class here!

Summer 2017 Intern Video Recap

ANCA Glendale is no longer accepting applicants for the Fall 2017 Internship Program.

Check back later for more information. 


Please contact the ANCA-Glendale Community Outreach Coordinator, Margarita Baghdasaryan at or call (818) 243.3444 for more information or if you have any questions. 

Internship Requirements and Qualifications

Fall Internship Program will begin on October 16, 2017

  1. Applicants must be a high school or college student. 
  2. Complete 10 to 15 hours per week for a minimum of 6 weeks. 
  3. Students will receive school credit upon successful completion of their session.
  • Personal Statement

  • Resume

  • Accepted file types: pdf.