What does it take?
Monday, April 3, 2006
University committed to preparing students for global future
seeks full-time leaders for study abroad programs.
- Passport to travel around the world: Australia,
China, Croatia, Czech Republic, England, France, Germany, Japan, Korea,
Poland, South Africa and more.
- Well organized,
patient, flexible, with strong skills in leadership, personal
interaction, negotiation, organization and
be bilingual with solid understanding of country’s history,
economy, currency, geography, educational system, restaurants, bus
systems and slang.
- Responsible for program budget,
host families, trip arrangements, lost
- Understanding of socialization and
of young adults, ability to bridge
generation gaps, and experience as parent of teenagers
skills essential; shoulder to cry on critical. Ability to sub as
photographer helpful. Proven ability to herd cats required as position
includes supervision/guidance of 15-20 smart, independent young
- Living conditions variable.
salary and benefits offered.
preparation for their reunion Aug. 11-12, alumni of the Alnwick,
England, study-abroad program were invited to submit favorite memories
and photos from their experience.
story reflects some of the comments included in the
dozens of enthusiastic responses from participants eager to reminisce
about their transcendent coming-of-age experience at “The
Castle.” Although there is not room on these pages to include
all of the stories and photos, all are published in their entirety at
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