International Student Services
WILL BE CLOSED
Friday, July 3RD – All Day
We will reopen on
Monday – July 6, 2015
ISS Hours: Mon-Fri 9AM – 5PM
Drop-in Advising (quick questions) 9:30-10:30 (except Wed) and 3:30-4:30
To schedule appointments, stop by or call (425) 640 – 1518
If you do not have a high school diploma but you need one for university entrance, you MUST attend this meeting.
The International High School Completion staff will reveal the secrets of getting a high school diploma without taking lots of extra classes. Come and find out how you can get this important credential through college classes.
All college students are welcome. If you have questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Your International High School Completion Team
Maureen, Kanchana, Jessie and Viktoriya
Optional Practical Training (OPT) is temporary employment authorization allowing F-1 students the opportunity to gain practical experience in their field of study after completing an academic degree or longer certificate program. This ISS workshop will provide information for international students currently completing their associates degree or longer certificate program and who want to work in the United States for a year before they transfer to a four-year university or return home. We will also give you tips on how to write a resume and find a job or internship.
Primary responsibilities will include:
· Assisting the Program Coordinator with the planning, preparation, and execution of the quarterly Welcome Orientation Week (WOW);
· Developing quarterly programming by planning and implementing a range of activities that promote cross cultural understanding and interaction among international and domestic students;
· Creating promotional materials for Welcome Orientation Week and a quarterly activity calendar
· Assisting in training international assistants for Welcome Orientation Week;
· Reserving rooms for meetings and events;
· Attending meetings as needed with other student programmers on campus;
· Performing other duties related to the objectives listed above as assigned by supervisor.
QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILLS:
· Experienced in program and activities planning
· Demonstrated leadership abilities, organizational skills and attention to details
· Proficiency in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Publisher and Excel with an interest in design
· Strong English speaking/listening and written communication skills
· Enthusiastic and self-motivated
· Available to work for one academic year, including quarter breaks (Summer 2015 – Spring 2016).
NUMBER OF HOURS: Up to 19 hrs/per week
RATE OF PAY: $10. This is a part-time, hourly student position.
Please submit the following to the ISS Office, Glacier Building:
· A current resume with any job or volunteer experience.
· A cover letter describing how your past experiences have helped you develop skills that are relevant to the position as well as how you have been involved on campus (ISS activities, clubs, etc).
· Unofficial Transcript.
· Letter of Recommendation (Optional).
If you have any questions, please email Daniel at email@example.com.