International Education Ambassador
Welcome back from an exciting abroad experience! Now that you are back at USA, you have the opportunity to encourage other USA students to participate in international programs. The International Education Ambassador (IEA) program is an internship designed to engage a select group of study abroad alumni in promoting global engagement opportunities to your peers on campus.
Who is an IEAmbassador?YOU! Enthusiastic USA undergraduate students who have participated in any study program.
What does an IEAmbassador do?As a student representative of the Office of International Education, you will go through basic training to better understand our study abroad procedures and programs. You will use this knowledge along with your own personal experiences to conduct study abroad interest sessions, take part in one-on-one conversations with potential study abroad students, and engage in a number of admission events, fairs, & orientations. IEAs will also have the opportunity to help international students transition to life at USA.
Being an IEA is an exciting opportunity that can empower you to build on your global experience and help your fellow students to pursue international experiences. All ambassadors are expected to commit for one academic year, attend one training meeting at the beginning of each semester, and participate in regular weekly meetings to plan and discuss responsibilities.
What will IEAmbassadors gain?
- An internship providing firsthand experience working with an International Education office
- Leadership & public-speaking skills
- Cross-cultural knowledge
- Marketing & recruitment experience
- Access to professional development opportunities
How can I apply?
The application cycle is currently closed,
please check back in Spring 2015.
Please read the job description carefully before applying.
To apply, click on the Apply Now link, fill out your information, and hit "Submit".
If you have further questions about the International Education Ambassador Internship, please contact Bri Altier, Coordinator of International Education.