CETUSA IS RECRUITING COMMUNITY COORDINATORS IN YOUR AREA!
Come be a part of a dynamic and compassionate team! Council for Educational Travel-USA is seeking Community Coordinators in your area! We are a non-profit high school student exchange organization. Our mission: “ . . . reaching out to encourage a lifelong journey of global peace and understanding”
You Will Need:
- A valid driver’s license and reliable transportation
- A telephone and good telephone skills
- A flexible schedule is positive
- Flexible attitude is necessary
- Must Pass a Criminal Background Check
- Experience Working With Teens is a big plus
- Good connections with schools and community organizations
- Attend weekly meeting with your supervisor (phone)
- Attend Training Meetings when Scheduled
- Ability to Meet Deadlines
COMMUNITY COORDINATORS HAVE TWO PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES
1. Seek and qualify VOLUNTEER families in your community and assist with their selection of an international student to host.
2. Assist with Arrivals and Orientations. Provide ongoing supervision/support for student, host family, and school during the student's stay, reporting on placement monthly, and issues as they occur.
Some of our best coordinators also host international students! Join us as we share our experiences with our communities!
This provides a supplemental income. It is a contract position.
REWARDS: Compensation, international travel incentive and the knowledge that you are making a difference.
We will provide all the technical training needed for the position, however, your ability to network in your community, love for talking with people in person and on the phone and commitment to a work schedule weekly is what will determine your success. We are looking for self-starters, people able to work independently and committed to our mission. New coordinators should plan to place three students in their first 30 days. Are you confident you have the skills and ability to achieve this?
To learn more about our Organization, please visit our website at www.cetusa.org