Job Description:The Institute of International Education (IIE) is seeking a current student for a summer Thomas S. Johnson internship opportunity. The internships, established in honor of Thomas S. Johnson, Chairman Emeritus of IIE’s Board of Trustees, are designed to expose students to the day-to-day operations of a leading international education and exchange not-for-profit that values diversity equity and inclusion. IIE internships allow students to gain insight into the field of international education, learn about career opportunities and establish a network.The internship opportunity is within the Fulbright Program focusing on our exchange programs for students, teachers, and interns. This internship will work across several teams to research, analyze, and create materials to support international participants in IIE’s global scholarship programs. This role would be a great fit for someone who is studying / interested in education, teaching, international relations, student services, higher education administration or related fields. The intern will work with a designated supervisor on assigned projects for the duration of the internship and complete the internship with a final project presentation. Essential Functions:Analyze the results of mid-term international student surveys and presenting results and recommendations to Fulbright advising team. Research and create instructional material for exchange teachers on classroom management and assist with research projects that support business development for J-1 exchange visitors.Research best practices in career development for international students and create overview of how highly effective career services offices function with emphasis on employer connections and relationship building. Enhance DEI materials. Create content for updated application Resource Pages on the Fulbright website for diverse groups. Research and draft content for potential applicants who are Native Americans, Veterans, and / or for other topics like talking with your parents about the value of a Fulbright, etc. Research potential faculty to invite to serve on National Screening Committees to improve diversity and inclusion for these events. Overhaul instructions/Processes related to international program management. This could include inputting process docs/trainings into a road map style program management tool to have trainings and tools included for forward planning/program cycle; reviewing and revamping process documents, considering digestible training materials organization and reviewing / organizing digital folder structure and content in Box. Internship period: Summer internships will take place between May 2021 and August 2021. Internships may be 8-10 weeks in duration up to 35 hours per week with core working hours 9am – 5pm EST Pay rate: $15.00 per hour. Job RequirementsEducation and Work Experience: A multidisciplinary undergraduate/graduate student matriculated at an accredited college or university. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:An interest in exploring the field of international education and exchange.Studying / interested in education, teaching, international relations, student services, higher education administration or related fields. Strong communication skills.Proficient in Microsoft office suite.Work Conditions & Physical Demands:Essential functions are performed in a remote setting. Interns will access IIE’s web-based systems using their own equipment and internet. Job demands may require long periods of sitting; telephone work and/or computer work, as well as interactions with other team members and external stakeholders. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. IIE is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status.