Intern with the Office of Global Education!

Spring Internship Program

Job Description: All interns will promote study abroad and international programs by creating brochures, information packets, and applications; coordinate special events and excursions for exchange students including a welcome dinner; assist coordinators with special projects as assigned; create spreadsheets and collect data for incoming and outgoing study abroad programs; extensive study abroad database management; support outgoing students during the pre-departure phase and incoming exchange students during the pre-arrival phase; issue International Student Identity Cards and complete administrative tasks.

Qualifications: Must be highly organized and possess ability to multi-task, strong verbal and written communication and interpersonal skills; proficiency with Word and Excel are required. Use of Outlook and Publisher preferred. Previous international experience a plus but not required.

Targeted majors are international studies, business, government and political affairs, anthropology, sociology, and communications. There are unpaid internship opportunities offered for both the fall and spring semesters as well as the summer. The summer/fall/spring internship program provides the opportunity to earn 3 academic credits while working in the office 15 hours per week.

To apply for a Spring 2011 internship position, please contact the Internship Office – now located at the Bedford House, across from the SMC. The internship application process, including submission of a professional resume, must be completed with the Internship Office by no later than November 10, 2010.

For more details, feel free to contact us:

Cumberland House – Phone: 872-3884