Texas Intensive English Program Internship (Summer or Fall)
The Business Development Intern works under the direct guidance of the TIEP Unit and provides administrative and programmatic support for Texas Intensive English Program (TIEP) programs and ongoing projects. This includes but is not limited to:
Digitizing learning materials
Organizing files and learning materials
Assisting with preparation of program materials and documents
Assisting with making program arrangements, such as making reservations, updating schedules, etc.
Chaperoning groups on activities and events
Assisting with set up and clean up of events
Assisting with outreach and promotional activities
Assisting with ongoing projects including printing, photocopying, proofreading, arranging transportation, working with vendors, etc.
Preparing correspondence, reports, promotional materials, forms, memos, and other deliverables.
What experiences make you a good fit for this position:
You have taken courses in the following subject areas: education, business, international relations, public affairs, government, communications, or marketing (required);
You have experience using PowerPoint, Word, Excel (required);
You have experience conducting research and synthesizing ideas into a deliverable such as a memo, report, paper, or presentation (required);
You have experience with social media marketing (preferred);
You have successfully led a team in completing a project or assignment (preferred); and
You have experience organizing events including preparing the budget, arranging logistics, working with vendors, and/or marketing the event (preferred).
You have experience with teaching and/or curriculum design (preferred).
You are passionate about advancing social equity through education and internationalization;
You are detail-oriented and your deliverables are accurate and complete;
You enjoy conducting research and analyzing information for insights;
You can handle a variety of tasks at the same time and communicate with your supervisor if an assignment doesn’t make sense;
You are comfortable with your priorities changing if given an urgent task; and
You learn quickly and work effectively with Microsoft Office (i.e. Word, Excel, Outlook), Google suite apps (i.e. Docs, Sheets, Slides)..
To apply, email firstname.lastname@example.org a resume with a list of relevant courses and a recent work sample such as a research paper, project report, article, blog post, social media post.
Part time internship (summer or fall):
The intern will be expected to work 16-20 hours a week for 8 weeks in summer or 10 hours per week for 12 weeks in fall. Interns who successfully complete their internship with TIEC will receive a $500 stipend award.