Center for International Students: Student Employment Application Fall 2019-Spring 2020 (Applications due by December 11, 2019)
Center for International Students - Truman State University
BH 104
(660) 785-4215

Completing this application does not guarantee employment.
Please feel free to email additional documents to iso01@truman.edu

** if you are applying past the deadline, we may still consider your application **

Please refer to the following job listings when ranking preference:

Office Assistant: Admissions Team - The Admissions Team is the first point of contact with prospective international students. Responsibilities include: Communicate with prospective international students from all over the world, assist international students with the admission process beginning with the international application and completing with enrollment to Truman, and answer all inquiries from prospective students. Applicants are expected to be detail-oriented and able to answer emails, communicate on the phone, and sometimes participate in recruitment projects. Candidate is also expected to complete all other duties as assigned.

* MUST BE AN INTERNATIONAL STUDENT*
International Ambassador (IA) - International Ambassadors represent the international student body at Truman State locally and globally. These student leaders will engage prospective and current international students through various tasks throughout the semester which may include: outreach communication with incoming international students over Skype, Whatsapp, Email, etc., assistance in new student orientation, hosting and attending campus events, participating in presentations and panel discussions, and being featured in recruitment materials. *This job is only available as Scholarship or Guaranteed Student Employment.

*No Longer Hiring*
CHAT Partner - CHAT Partners work with students of The Language Company (TLC), an intensive English program on Truman’s campus. These TLC students are working to improve their English skills before entering into Truman as freshmen. Partners meet with students in the upper levels of this English program to have one-on-one discussions in order to improve students’ conversation skills and knowledge of American culture. CHAT Partners may take students to events around campus and provide various resources to assist TLC students in getting acquainted with life at Truman and preparing them for the academic rigor as an undergraduate student. *This job is only available for Scholarship, Workstudy, or Guaranteed Student Employment

*No Longer Hiring*
Cultural Integration Leader (CIL) - Cultural Integration Leaders welcome new students to campus and help them settle into their residence halls. They assist with the check-in process and explain the basic workings of the dorms and campus life. Cultural Integration Leaders provide a source of support and information throughout orientation and the first academic year. They introduce international students to the Truman community and American culture through orientation, cultural and social events, and building friendships. Cultural Integration Leaders should enjoy being around students from other countries and cultures, have a warm and outgoing personality, and understand and exhibit cultural sensitivity. *This job is only available for Scholarship, Workstudy, or Guaranteed Student Employment. **Cultural Integration Leaders should live on campus and are required to return to campus 1-2 weeks before classes start for training and orientation in both the Fall and the Spring. (Compensation is provided for this time.)

*No Longer Hiring*
Office Assistant: International Student Support - General duties of all office assistants include receptionist duties such as answering the telephone, taking messages, scheduling appointments, running errands, answering questions and providing welcoming service to all international students. In addition to this, assistants also work independently on various projects such as budget tracking, work permit review, and event planning as well as in teams to complete specialized tasks such as admissions processing, media and office publications, and student programming/events. Qualifications include an understanding, acceptance, and appreciation of different cultures, the ability to maintain confidentiality and professionalism at all times, effective communication, positive customer service skills, the ability to work unsupervised, and to independently recognize, initiate, and complete various tasks.

*No Longer Hiring*
Office Assistant: Media Team —The primary responsibilities of members of the Media Team center around media outreach to the Truman community and prospective international students. Various members of the teams specialize in areas such as photography, videography, blog-writing, website development, and/or graphic design. The media team works together to design social media campaigns, create new content for The Truman Times blog, develop recruitment materials for different countries, and generate unique content to represent the CIS to the community. Preference is given to applicants who can demonstrate an understanding of either marketing, social media analytics, graphic design, or WordPress site development.

*No Longer Hiring*
Academic Success Mentor (ASM) - Academic Success Mentors assist international students in adjusting to a new educational system and the academic rigors of Truman by meeting individually with each student for 30 minutes each week. Mentors help guide international students through matters such as time management, accountability, test-taking strategies, campus involvement, etc. through one-on-one discussion. Academic Success Mentors help international students to overcome barriers to their success and provide tailored, individual support for each student. Communication—both in person and via email —is key to being a successful mentor and a high level of open-mindedness about other cultures helps mentors better understand and help new students overcome their struggles. Academic Success Mentors also meet weekly with current international students who are struggling academically. They help these students identify the factors contributing to their lack of academic progress and provide support and referrals to help the student overcome these barriers. *This job is only available as Scholarship, Work study, or Guaranteed Student Employment.
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