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Work in the Education Abroad Office
There are two exciting opportunities to work as a student employee in the Education Abroad office: The Education Abroad Peer Advising Team advises on EA's full portfolio of programs, and the Marketing & Outreach Intern primarily does student outreach around campus. For more information see below.
Are you enthusiastic about education abroad and interested in gaining experience in the field of international education? If so, apply to be an Education Abroad Peer Advisor!
Position: Education Abroad Peer Advisors advise on EA’s full portfolio of programs, providing general programmatic information on a drop-in basis. The Peer Advisor also guides potential applicants through the study abroad process, including selecting a program, applying, pre-departure preparation, and returning to the U.S. The Peer Advisor enthusiastically, yet accurately, promotes the concept of education abroad and available CU Boulder-approved opportunities. In addition to one-on-one advising, the Peer Advisor supports the day-to-day functions of the office, including special projects, clerical duties, and outreach to groups of prospective applicants and campus visitors. Click the link to apply for a more detailed description, including eligibility, hourly requirements and compensation information.
Applying: We invite you to apply online for a Peer Advisor position during the 2016/17 academic year. After clicking on the link (at left), select AY 2017-18 as the term and then any location to proceed. The application deadline is May 14, 2017. Late applications will not be accepted.
Contact: Scott Funk, Lead Education Abroad Advisor: Scott.Funk@colorado.edu.
Are you outgoing and enthusiastic about education abroad? Do you want to encourage your friends & peers to study abroad? If so, this could be the job for you!
Position: Marketing & Outreach Interns enthusiastically, yet accurately, promote study abroad and CU Boulder Education Abroad (EA) through marketing & outreach efforts. Interns disseminate information on EA’s diverse program offerings, debunk common myths about barriers to study abroad, and promote EA’s current marketing campaigns. Interns present to on-campus classes, residence halls, and students groups to increase participation in study abroad by all members of the CU Boulder student community, including populations underrepresented in study abroad. They also help develop print & electronic marketing materials, and assist with other marketing initiatives.
Schedule: The work schedule is typically 5-10 hours a week, but will vary by week. Students must commit to working for a full academic year. Interns will typically start 1-2 weeks before school begins in August.
Applying: Click here to apply for a 2017/18 Marketing and Outreach Intern position! The application deadline is July 31, 2017. Late applications will not be accepted.
Contact: Allie Nunes, Education Abroad Program Manager & Outreach Coordinator: Nunesa@colorado.edu.