AIAP, Association of Iranian American Professionals, is a San Diego based 501 (c) (3) nonprofit aspiring well-being of Iranian American community and promoting Persian culture through Professional Networking Events, Cultural Events, Seminars and Workshops, Monthly Hikes, Charities and several other services.
My name is Arian Harandi and I am an Iranian film maker. I would like to invite you to watch my new short film which is doing very well at Film Festivals across America: https://vimeo.com/100927776.
We are now working on a feature film entitled “The Big Day” which we would like to film next summer. I am reaching out to you today because we are looking for investors interested in supporting the film. We have an amazing script and a great business plan for the film. I would appreciate the opportunity to send you the business plan for you to look at.
Iranian film makers are scarce in America. I am speaking specifically about Iranians making American films. The world doesn't know about the great talents that our culture can provide, and I would love the opportunity to show my work and my talent and try to make a name as an Iranian film maker in the American cinemas.
If you are interested in investing in the film, I would love the opportunity to speak to you further about the project. Also if you or anyone you know would be interested in donating to the project, we would be grateful for any amount, donations can be made from our website.
You can also check out our website, from there you can link to our Twitter adn Facebook as well. I thank you again for your time and look forward to speaking to you further about the project.
Sourena Haj-Mohamadi, a 4th year PhD student at Alliant International University- LA, says:
I am currently conducting research for my dissertation. My research topic is looking at Persian/Iranian American and their views on dating. The requirement of the study is to self-identify as Iranian or Iranian American and single (not married or engage).
A research on Persian/Iranian American and their views on da
A 4th year PhD student at Alliant International University- LA is conducting her research on Persian/Iranian American and their views on dating. The requirements of the study is to self identify as Iranian or Iranian American and single (not married or engage). Please try to helping her out by filling the questionare at the link below.
A research study on traumatic symptoms due to your accultura
A current Doctorate in Psychology student at Alliant International University in San Diego is conducting a research on participants who are 18 years and older, and born in Iran, and have immigrated to the United States, to take a survey. Below is the link to the survey and the information it will ask. Were you born in Iran and immigrated to the United States? Have you ever wondered if you have any traumatic symptoms due to your acculturation? Please take this questionnaire to be involved in a study that will find out if your traumatic symptoms are due to your acculturation and emigration to the United States! You are being invited to participate in a research study about the Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder symptoms of first generation Iranian immigrants to the United States. This study is being conducted by Tania Hormozi, MA and is supervised by Alyssa Banford, PhD in the California School of Professional Psychology department at Alliant International University, San Diego.
I'm a manager at a European company operating world-wide with over 30k employees. We are amongst the world’s TOP 3 e-commerce companies enjoying a strong global market reputation. Presently we are expanding our activities in the Middle East and especially in Iran and are in the process of launching different ventures. In consequence we are seeking talented people with entrepreneurial spirit to join our Iran team of professionals. Our fast growing Ventures in Iran are Bamilo.com, Mozando.com, Bodofood.com. Please note, that our recruiting process is highly selective, and our team consists of top performers from Merrill Lynch, Google, WHU, McKinsey, INSEAD, BCG, etc.
A gentelman who speaks Farsi and very little English is looking for job. He has been a very good Accountant in Iran and also has caregiving experience. He is struggling to find a job here in San Diego because his English skills aren't that good. That would be great if any Iranian-American business owners who would be open to hiring him for either part-time or full-time employment.
He is open to any job... warehouse work, restaurant work, manual labor, anything really. He is an older gentleman with a good heart.