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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:

Education Abroad Peer Advising Team

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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 2021/22 academic year. After clicking on the link (above), select AY 2021-22 as the term and then any location to proceed. The application deadline will be June 1st, 2021. 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.

Education Abroad Temporary Advisor

Position: The Education Abroad Office invites applications for the position of Education Abroad Temporary Advisor within the Education Abroad unit. The Education Abroad Advisor advises on EA’s full portfolio of programs, providing general programmatic information on a drop-in or scheduled basis. The EA Advisor also guides potential applicants through the education abroad process, including selecting a program, applying, pre-departure preparation, and returning to the U.S. The EA 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, introductory presentations, and outreach to groups of prospective applicants and campus visitors.

Applying: Please send your resume and a cover letter to Scott Funk (Scott.Funk@colorado.edu)