Job Opportunities in International Education (Please e-mail
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Assistant Director of Admissions, Institute for American Universities
(programs in France)

Responsibilities: Entry-level position. The Assistant Director of
Admissions works with international staff to carry out a comprehensive
recruitment program; manages the applicant database, and does follow up;
and visits college/university study abroad offices. The position is
based in the two-person US Office in Evanston, IL.
Salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Requirements: A BA and experience abroad are required. Candidate should
be able to work independently, have excellent written and spoken
communication abilities and strong organizational skills. A personal
schedule that accommodates periodic travel and some evening and weekend
work is essential.

Publications and Communication Manager, Boston University Division of
International Programs

Responsibilities: creation and management of the academic year catalog
and course bulletin, the Division Web site, summer catalog, posters,
brochures, and other marketing pieces. The Publications and
Communication Manager will also direct our extensive direct mail
campaigns, as well as advertising in newspapers, Web sites, and
international education publications.
Requirements:  strong, creative written, oral, and visual skills, an
understanding of the way universities function, knowledge of marketing
and media buying strategies, an understanding of layout and editorial
processes, and the proven ability to write and edit copy. Experience
with computer technology is essential: QuarkXPress in particular.
Experience writing and publishing newsletters and other materials is
helpful; experience living or studying abroad is highly desirable.

Program Assistant Intern, Asia Programs, Council International Study
Programs (New York, NY)

Responsibilities: Reports to the Program Officer for Asia, assists the
Asia Program Staff in administrative tasks for Council International
Study Programs in the region. Part-time position, with the possibility
of promotion to full-time in February as a Program Assistant.
Requirements: Bachelor's with major in International Relations or
related subject. Prior study experience in - or travel to - China,
Japan, Indonesia, Thailand, or Vietnam required; to any of the host
cities preferred.  Proficiency in Chinese, Japanese, Thai, Indonesian,
and/or Vietnamese language required. Prior word processing
computer/database experience required.

Peace Corps

If you are not sure what you'll be doing after you graduate, you might
want to consider the Peace Corps. Volunteers work for 2 years (after 3
months of training) in Education, Health, Business, Environment,
Agriculture and Community Service. Volunteers receive language training,
a living stipend, housing, insurance coverage, vacation and graduate
school and scholarship opportunities, as well as $6,075 upon completion
of service. You must apply in September and October to depart after
graduation. If you are interested, please see
<> or call the Atlanta Regional Office at (800)

Office of International Education
University of Georgia
201 Barrow Hall
Athens, GA  30602-2407
Phone: (706) 542-7903
Fax: (706) 542-6622
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