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Volunteer Opportunity - Host Families Wanted
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Internship Opportunity - Grant Writing and Research


USA
Volunteer Opportunity
Host Families Wanted

Make an American Dream come true! Aspect Foundation seeks host families for international students arriving August. Students spend a semester or academic year living with a volunteer host family and attending the local high school or community college. Students speak English, are fully insured, and have their own spending money.

Host families can be married or single adults (25+), with or without children, who are willing to provide meals and a loving home for one or two students.

Please call 1-800-US YOUTH to learn more about students arriving in August. Ask to receive our brochure on "Ten Steps to Become a Host Family." Aspect Foundation, a non-profit student exchange organization, sponsors students from more than 50 countries worldwide.


USA
Internship Opportunity
International Student Affairs

Company: Aspect Foundation International Student Exchange: a non-profit organization providing affordable study-abroad opportunities to students from more than 50 countries.

Position Description: The International Student Affairs Intern assists with evaluating and screening high school and college aged applicants from approximately 50 countries. The Intern reads applications and corresponds with overseas offices via fax and email to obtain clarification regarding cultural, linguistic and technical ambiguities in applications, and to obtain documentation to complete applications.

Qualifications: Excellent English language abilities, both spoken and written. Excellent analytical skills and attention to detail. Computer and general office skills. Maturity, self-motivation and a desire to work in the field of student affairs or international relations. Graduate level preferred; mature undergraduate considered.
Commitment: Minimum four weeks. Hours negotiable. Work from our financial district office in San Francisco.
Compensation: This is an unpaid internship. However, there is great opportunity for advancement in our worldwide network of companies. Our last unpaid intern is now a full time employee.

To Apply: Fax letter of interest and resume to 415-228-8051, attention Administrative Director, or email: info@aspectfoundation.org.


USA
Internship Opportunity
Publicity/Journalism

The Company: Aspect Foundation is a non-profit organization providing affordable study abroad opportunities for students from more than 50 countries.

Job Description: Publicity/Journalism Intern for busy student exchange organization located in the Financial District, San Francisco. Duties include writing press releases and articles about exchange students and host families for local and national publications. Previous interns have been published with bylines.
Schedule: 8 - 16 hours per week, May to July/Aug. We are flexible about the hours, but you must commit to scheduled hours each week.
Requirements: Successful candidate will have excellent communication skills, both verbal and written. Strong organizational skills, attention to detail, ability to work independently and meet deadlines are important. Basic computer skills are required. An interest in international education is a plus.
Compensation: This is an unpaid internship, but the learning experience is priceless! Academic credit is negotiable - please have your professor contact us. Successful candidates in this position may qualify for growth opportunities.

To Apply: Please fax resume, cover letter, and clips (if available) to Publicity Coordinator at 415-228-8051, or email exchange@aspectfoundation.org.


USA
Internship Opportunity
Grant Writing and Research

The Company: Aspect Foundation is a non-profit organization providing affordable study abroad opportunities for students from more than 50 countries.

Job Description: Grant Writing/Research Intern for busy student exchange organization located in the Financial District, San Francisco. Duties include library research of grant-making foundations and corporations; writing query letters to grant-makers; developing, writing and submitting grant proposals to finance specific projects.
Schedule: 8 - 16 hours per week, May to July/Aug. We are flexible about the hours, but you must commit to scheduled hours each week. You may work in the grants library and in our office, and you may also work from home.
Requirements: Successful candidate will have excellent English communication skills, both verbal and written. Demonstrated strong writing skills. Strong organizational skills, attention to detail, ability to work independently and meet deadlines are important. Basic computer skills are required. An interest in international education and understanding of grant-writing is a plus.
Compensation: This is an unpaid internship, but the learning experience is priceless! Academic credit is negotiable - please have your professor contact us. Successful candidates in this position may qualify for growth opportunities.

To Apply: Please fax resume, cover letter, and clips (if available) to Administrative Director at 415-228-8051, or email exchange@aspectfoundation.org.

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Aspect Foundation is a non-profit organization providing affordable study-abroad opportunities to students from more than 50 countries.
Contact us at exchange@aspectfoundation.org or call 1-800-US YOUTH (800-879-6884)
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