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STUDY ABROAD SPECIALIST IN VALENCIA (SPAIN)

At 2Learn Group we are proud of our staff who work in partnership to deliver quality intercultural exchange programs to adolescents and adults interested experiencing life abroad. The Study Abroad Specialist supports 2Learn goal of providing international exchange experiences to students. The Specialists responsibility is to provide customer service throughout the admissions, acceptance and preparation processes to support the organizational sending participant goal. In addition the Specialist provides support with the recruitment of prospect students through social media as well planning and performing information sessions online and onsite. This position will require energy; enthusiasm; organizational, and problem-solving skills; as well as creativity, and flexibility. Enjoy an exciting job in the heart of Valencia city!. We love our work and truly enjoy it . We are looking forward to welcoming you and to share with you our enthusiasm. RESPONSIBILITIES Attending clients by phone or e-mail, Customer service for companies, organizations, students, schools, Universities and rest of educational institutions Support and assistance to all departments, summer language courses abroad, adult courses, junior programs, working and au-pair programs, academic year, and career and university studies Applications and data processing, correspondence, file management, etc Guide, support and inform students through the admissions process Motivate and assist students to complete the full application: Provide students training on different programs. Edition, updating and enhancement of information in campains on the different international programs for the corporate website and social network pages

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Zoological Public Relations/Marketing Intern

The Texas Zoo is a zoological institution located in Victoria, Texas and serves South Texas as a leader in conservation education. This internship is designed for college students, or recenly graduated students pursuing careers in Nonprofit Public Relations/Marketing, event and program planning or related field. The Texas Zoo is seeking an Intern to assist with the zoo"s online presence and event planning. Applicants must have reliable transportation and provide their own housing. The Texas Zoo internships are unpaid. If college credits are desired, it is solely the student"s responsibility to coordinate through their academic institution to receive credits. Students requesting to conduct a special project during the internship must submit a proposal to be considered for approval. Responsibilities Selected applicants will assist with all functions of the Public Relations/Marketing Department of The Texas Zoo. Intern duties will include but are not limited to: Supporting the Program Manager to curate & create daily content that builds meaningful connections and encourages follower engagement through social media Research new social techniques, platforms and trends Distributing event information and promotional materials across multiple online channels and public event calendars Staying up to date on platform posting guidelines Assist with the planning, promotion, and execution of events, programs and services Website Administration Learning Outcomes: Experience in event planning and promotion Experience in graphic design Further developing creative abilities Knowledge/experience in wildlife conservation issues Experience working with various software platforms Work Environment The schedule for this internship may include weekends, evenings and holidays. This position at times may include a high degree of public interaction with zoo guests of all ages.

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Animal Welfare Intern

The Texas Zoo, a zoological institution located in Victoria, Texas, is looking for a hard-working college student or recently graduated student, that is passionate about animal welfare. The Educational Animal Welfare intern will have the opportunity to conduct environmental research on the animals within our collection, create new and exciting programming for the public, and innovate creative enrichment for multiple species. The intern will also play a crucial role in the care and management of the animals that reside in the barn and petting zoo within the zoo. This is a unique internship designed for students interested in pursuing a career in animal welfare, or a related field involving conservation or within the animal industry. Applicants must have reliable transportation and are responsible for their own housing, however zoo staff can help applicants find housing. The Texas Zoo internships are unpaid. If college credits are desired, it is solely the student"s responsibility to coordinate through their academic institution to receive credits. Students requesting to conduct a special project during the internship must submit a proposal to be considered for approval. Responsibilities: Conduct research on individuals within the zoo"s collection and how they interact with their environment Assist in caring for the animals in the education department"s collection Assist in barn/petting zoo management Create and conduct programming to educate the public on animal welfare importance and our current efforts Develop creative enrichment for species within the collection Interact with the public via shows, outreaches, and other planned programming Learning Outcomes: Experience working with animals. Experience in record keeping. Animal enrichment Data collection Knowledge/experience in animal welfare issues Experience in public speaking. Experience working with children. Experience working with various software platforms Work Environment The schedule for this internship may include week-ends, evenings and holidays. This position includes routine exposure to extreme heat, cold, or inclement weather. This position includes a high degree of public interaction with zoo guests of all ages. Applicant must exhibit strong professionalism and communication skills.

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Conservation Education Intern

The Texas Zoo is a zoological institution located in Victoria, Texas and serves the surrounding community as a leader in conservation education. This internship is designed for undergraduate, graduate students or recently graduated students pursuing careers in education, wildlife management, conservation education or related disciplines. The Conservation Education Department of The Texas Zoo is seeking an Intern to assist with all on and off site education programs, camps, special events and the care of the education animal collection. Applicants must have reliable transportation and are responsible for their own housing, however zoo staff can help applicants find housing. The Texas Zoo internships are unpaid. If college credits are desired, it is solely the student"s responsibility to coordinate through their academic institution to receive credits. Students requesting to conduct a special project during the internship must submit a proposal to be considered for approval. Responsibilities Selected applicants will assist with all functions of the Conservation Education Department of The Texas Zoo. Intern duties will include but are not limited to: Assisting with field trip, outreach, home school, and other education programs. Assisting in the husbandry and handling of the education animal collection. Including small mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians and invertebrates. Interacting in a positive and educational way to all Zoo Guests on the daily basis. Assisting with event preparation and execution. Learning Outcomes: Experience working with animals. Experience in record keeping. Animal enrichment Data collection Knowledge/experience in wildlife conservation issues Experience in public speaking. Experience working with children. Experience working with various software platforms Work Environment The schedule for this internship may include week-ends, evenings and holidays. This position includes routine exposure to extreme heat, cold, or inclement weather. This position includes a high degree of public interaction with zoo guests of all ages. Applicant must exhibit strong professionalism and communication skills.

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Theatre Supervisor (Internship in China)

Responsibilities • Take tickets, field customer phone calls, usher, distribute programs, etc • Perform background research • Assist with implementation of new programs • Develop promotional materials • Perform online marketing and promotion • Assist with documentation and analysis of program/exhibit/shows

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