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Local Coordinator for Youth Exchange Organization Part Time

ICES is an experienced nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting a peaceful world by increasing international awareness and understanding through cultural sharing experiences.
We are immediately seeking individuals for the Local Coordinator position who have experience in youth exchange and/or will train. The candidates must have strong ties to their local community and an appreciation for foreign cultures. ICES students come to the U.S. from Europe, Asia, and South America. The Local Coordinator position offers great supplemental income and the opportunity to earn wonderful incentive trips to different parts of the world.
We are looking for people who are sales oriented, love working with people, have access to a copy, fax and computer and most importantly love making a difference and working with youth from around the world.
Requirements:
Must be at least 25 years or older
Responsible
Have transportation
Have an enthusiastic and caring disposition
Be an excellent communicator
Have an interest in foreign cultures
Enjoy working with youth between 15 and 18 years of age
Sales Oriented
Networking Capabilities
Please note that this is a part-time, commission based, and contracted position. This does not pay full time wages and is considered a supplemental income. This type of work is great for people with full time jobs, part time jobs looking for extra money, retired individuals, school teachers, or stay at home parents, or anyone else looking for extra income.
If you are interested in this opportunity please send a copy of your resume, including your contact information (name, email, and phone) so that we can follow up with you in a timely manner.



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