Educational Adviser and Program Manager Intern
Duration: 8 weeks (starting in mid-June)
Location: Brussels, Belgium
Qualifications: Focus on diplomacy. Knowledge of French or Dutch is helpful.
The Commission for Educational Exchange between the United States of America, Belgium and Luxembourg is located in the Royal Library of Belgium in Brussels. The Commission administers several Fulbright Scholarship Programs for citizens of Belgium and Luxembourg and the Fulbright-Schuman award to citizens of the 27 EU member states. Grants are available for graduate study (Master’s or Ph.D.), pre-doctoral research and post-doctoral research or university lecturing in the United States. The office consists of four people (Executive director, educational adviser, secretary and accountant).
The intern will work in all areas that the Educational Adviser/Program manager works in. She will help run the advising center and its library by talking to students and answering inquiries about the US system. She will also help update materials and handouts on various subject matters and plan outreach events for the fall. She will assist in the organization of College Night (an event that takes place in early October) as well as updating relevant information on our website. This internship leaves room for the strengths of the intern such as other ideas for long term projects, writing articles for the newsletter, etc.
Preference will be given to students majoring in international relations or with a strong background in international affairs. Any knowledge of French or Dutch is helpful.
This opportunity is offered by an alumna.
To apply, read the application guidelines and submit the Universal Application Form by February 22, 2013 at 5 pm. All applicants MUST meet with Kirk Lange, Director of International Experiential Learning, by February 15, 2013 for a pre-application meeting. Please call the McCulloch Center at x2072 to schedule an appointment.