TAP-SF Presents: 2015 Upwardly Global Career Summit Volunteer Event


Come and join us for the 2015 Upwardly Global Volunteer Event!

TAP-SF Volunteers will work with immigrant professionals on one-on-one job interview practice and networking sessions. Representing our pillar value of “citizenship”, we are looking to improve the quality of life for Taiwanese Americans by providing aid and services to the immigrant community. Our work will help immigrants directly, create awareness of TAP’s contributions to the community, and foster relationships with other community groups.

Upwardly Global is a nonprofit organization with its mission to eliminate employment barriers for skilled immigrants and refugees and to integrate this population into the U.S. workforce. To achieve its mission Upwardly Global prepares educated and skilled immigrants, refugees, and asylees to overcome the numerous barriers to professional employment.

Its job search preparedness and training offers six months of support that includes:

  • resume revision, interview preparation, and salary negotiation
  • networking opportunities and coaching in marketing oneself
  • one-on-one advising from staff as well as a U.S. mentor
  • acculturation training for adjusting to the U.S. workplace environment
  • direct referral to and placement in professional positions at our employer partners
  • a growing network of alumni who support one another in career advancement

Upwardly Global is a fun and rewarding volunteer event with a great community feel. Come and join the TAP-SF family this New Year to give back to our community!!!


Sobrato Center for Non Profits – 600 Valley Way, Building 5 Rooms 1&2, Milpitas, CA 95035 Directions
FREE Admission
Lunch will be provided!!!

What to Bring

Business Casual Dress Code


Do I have to be Taiwanese, Asian, or Asian American to join?
NO! Anyone and everyone are welcome to join!

Is there an age requirement?
You must be at least 21 years old to participate.

For any additional questions or concerns, please contact the Community Service Chair, Rachael Chan (rachael.chan@tap-sf.org)

About TAP-SF

TAP enhances the Taiwanese American community by networking individuals interested in career and professional development, while emphasizing the preservation of Taiwanese American identity. TAP provides resources and programs that inspire and empower; develop and support professionals to become community-oriented leaders.

TAP focuses on Leadership, Identity, Networking, and Community (LINC).

TAP is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization through its parent organization, Taiwanese American Citizens League (http://tacl.org/).