Internship CIH/International Programs Intern
The CIH/International Programs Intern will be responsive to the goals and
objectives of the Office of International Programs (OIP) as well as the
Office of Campus Life. The primary focus is the development of an
environment that is conducive to developing and fostering an international
awareness in connection with the personal and educational growth of
students living in the International House. The person in this position
will encourage a sense of community while striving to help each student
develop his/her potential as a person, student and member of the
Specifically, the Intern is expected to work cooperatively and supportively
with the International Programs and Campus Life staff to perform the
*Carol International House:*
– Assist in planning initial welcome and orientation.
– Facilitate teamwork among resident groups and encourage student active
involvement and responsibility for group tasks.
– Be regularly available and visible to students and meet regularly with
individual residents and groups to explain and promote policies and
programs, assess needs and community goals, learn of ideas or concerns, and
maintain confidentiality of information.
– Coordinate, plan, develop, implement and evaluate a balance of
international and developmental activities (under the supervision of the
Director of International Programs).
– Foster the connection between CIH and the PC campus by assisting in
promotion of CIH events and news and identifying and collaborating with
student leaders, staff and faculty who support CIH.
-Be available for emergency on call coverage and campus programs.
-Utilize and cooperate with campus security, maintenance, emergency
services and other college units as necessary.
-Work with OIP staff to market and promote study abroad programs.
-Assist in planning and delivering orientations for study abroad and
-Assist in addressing international student concerns.
-Administrative duties as necessary.
-A demonstrated interest in International Education
-Strong communication skills
-Ability to work with a variety of people
-Creativity, energy, patience and reliability
-Good computer skills (Word, Excel, Power Point, Publisher)
-Intercultural / international experience
Term/Starting date: July 13, 2016 to May 31, 2017