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If you would like to join our dynamic team of volunteers, please complete the online application below and indicate which volunteer opportunity(s) you are interested in. Once your application has been reviewed, you will be invited to attend an orientation session to train as a volunteer at the Asia Society Texas Center.

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For more information on volunteering, please contact Mei Qi at [email protected]


Teen Council

The Asia Society Texas Teen Council is a cohort of teens who engage in year-round programming designed to elevate and amplify the voices of students representing Houston’s diversity. Throughout the program, teens will experience diverse cultures, develop cross-cultural communication skills, and develop global competencies.

Join a group of 20 high school students to design programs and resources that make Asia Society Texas a more welcoming, accessible, and relevant space for young people in the Houston area!

Learn more about the Teen Council


Internships

Paid internships at Asia Society Texas are made possible through the support of Regions Bank. Internship offers are posted as they become available.

Find out more about internship opportunities


Memberships

Become a member and enjoy the best of Asia Society Texas – including free exhibit access, members-only programming, and discounts on performances, policy talks, summer camps, art workshops. art, language lessons and much more!

Learn more about memberships


About Asia Society Texas

Asia Society Texas believes in the strength and beauty of diversity of perspectives and people. As an educational institution, we advance cultural exchange by celebrating Asia’s vibrant diversity, inspiring empathy, and fostering a deeper understanding of our interconnected world. Covering the fields of arts, business, culture, education and politics, our programming is rooted in the educational and cultural development of our community – trusting in the power of art, dialogue and ideas to fight prejudice and build a more inclusive society.


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