Work in Education Abroad
Work in the Education Abroad Office
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 assists with outreach, marketing, and presentations. See the information 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 education abroad process, including selecting a program, applying, pre-departure preparation, and returning from the program. 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, social media, 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 (Applications will be live at the end of March) for a Peer Advisor position during the 2022/23 academic year. After clicking on the link (above), select AY 2022-23 as the term and then any location to proceed. The application deadline will be June 1st, 2022. Late applications will not be accepted. Once the application is opened, you can re-access it by logging in to your MyCUAbroad portal with your CU login.
Contact: Scott Funk, Lead Education Abroad Advisor: Scott.Funk@colorado.edu.