Summer Intern (NYC)
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Title: Summer Intern
Reports to: Executive Director
Inquiries should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Japan ICU Foundation is a 501(c)(3) public charity committed to supporting International Christian Universityâ€™s (ICU) global and ecumenical programs. ICU is a bi-lingual (English/Japanese) liberal arts university situated on a verdant 150-acre campus in the western suburbs of Tokyo, Japan.
Through the JICUF Endowment, we provide ICU students and faculty with grants and scholarships. We run programs for ICU students and faculty and assist ICU in the construction and renovation of campus buildings. We also work with ICUâ€™s staff to recruit international students, raise funds and support the activities of ICU alumni in North America.
In close collaboration with the entire JICUF staff, the Summer Intern will help plan and implement the Japan ICU Foundationâ€™s Global Link program. The Summer Intern will also be involved in other aspects of the JICUFâ€™s work, on an as-needed basis. This will include working with JICUF staff on planning activities around our 70th anniversary.
PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Launched in 2014, Global Link is a selective, one-month summer program managed by the Japan ICU Foundation for students of ICU. The program aims to educate students about globally oriented careers. Throughout the month of July, we organize a series of office visits, sector-specific professional roundtables, networking events, professional-skills workshops, discussion sessions, and volunteer activities in New York City and Washington, D.C. Our goal is to inspire students to reflect not only on their professional potential, but also on their personal attitudes and identities in an increasingly interconnected world.
The Summer Intern will be responsible for helping to plan, implement and assess the Global Link summer program. Duties will include the following:
Finalize a comprehensive schedule of activities.
Curriculum planning, including preparing readings and discussion sessions.
Help arranging activities, including communicating with resource people and vendors.
Communicate with Global Link student participants before their arrival in New York.
Be the primary point of contact with the Global Link students during the program.
Participate in and lead certain Global Link students in activities.
Facilitate discussion sessions and events with special guests.
Develop assessment vehicle to solicit feedback from Global Link student participants.
Help to finalize budgeting related to Global Link.
Bilingual English/Japanese a plus
Proficiency in Google Suite products
Must be authorized to work in the United States
TIMELINE & COMPENSATION
The internship is 8 weeks long, from June 3 to July 26. The position will pay an hourly rate of $16/hour.
Click here to apply. Open until filled.
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