The International Center has occasional openings for undergraduate and graduate student worker positions. Please read below for any current announcements. All student job worker positions are also posted on Handshake.
The International Center is seeking a current Tufts student to help with the refresh and redesign of the International Center web site at https://icenter.tufts.edu, whose current structure is nearly three years old. The I-Center hopes to offer a fresh design by January 2023 that improves navigation, usability, and relevance for the Tufts international community. The web design assistant will review the current site structures, identify options and alternatives, and suggest changes to content organization, media use, and site identity and branding. This is a part-time, flexible hours position that runs through the summer and fall 2022 semesters requiring independent work. Prior experience working with web site design, editing, and project management is essential. Familiarity with Jumbopress (https://jumbopress.tufts.edu) or similar CMS solutions is preferred.
Work-study eligibility preferred but not required
Please send a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org to formally apply
Eligible applicants will be contacted via email to schedule a virtual interview
The deadline for application submission is June 24, 2022
Apply on Handshake (Job# 6519223) by 5pm on Friday, June 24, 2022. A resumé and cover letter are required and cover letter should explain interest and preparedness in the above position responsibilities
Applicants eligible for an interview will be contacted directly. The position will remain open until filled.
5/10/2022 - Currently due to the high volume of applications received, this posting is closed. If additional openings becomes available, we may reopen the posting.
The Undergraduate Peer Advisors will work individually and as a team to provide support to new and continuing international undergraduate students in the form of informational resources, student-lead events, and several forms of peer-to-peer advising. Advising will mainly include hosting weekly Zoom sessions on different topics, where you will be expected to education incoming students about campus resources and student associations, help connect international students to the International Center advisors when necessary and help the students to better navigate the International Center’s website and other resources provided by the University. Some of the other responsibilities that you will be expected to encounter would be as follows:
Collaborating with other Undergraduate Peer Advisors to design weekly virtual events geared towards the incoming international undergraduate students.
Creating content in the form of interactive videos, PowerPoint presentations and other creative resources to educate the undergraduate student community of the various associations, clubs and events that might be of interest to them.
Engaging in peer-to-peer conversations to uphold the inclusiveness of the Tufts student community and encourage students to connect with one another.
This role is expected to last from June 6 – August 19, and students will work on average 10 hours a week. Work will consist mostly of preparation and hosting of weekly Zoom meetings, along with additional summer virtual programming as needed.
Reliable access to Tufts Communications Technology
Familiarity with using Tufts Zoom, Tufts Email, Outlook etc.
Demonstrate excellent communication and listening skills.
Have spent one year at Tufts as an International student.
A priority will be given to students living in the Medford/Somerville/Boston area during the summer.
Apply on Handshake (Job# 6399759)by 5pm on May 27, 2022. A resumé and cover letter are required and cover letter should explain interest and preparedness in the above position responsibilities
Interviews will be conducted virtually starting the week of May 30, 2022. Applicants eligible for an interview will be contacted directly.