Foreign Exchange Student Coordinator

CCI Greenheart - A non-profit student exchange program, is currently seeking Local Coordinators in the above areas, to work with schools, churches, and your community, to find qualified host families for foreign exchange students. Our students come from 52 countries and are looking to experience life in America with families willing to open their hearts and homes to them. You can make a world of difference in the lives of these teens! This is a great job for retirees, teachers, stay-at-home moms or individuals just interested in making a little extra money. You will be responsible to find host families in your area for students that are approved by our organization. You will also have to monitor the students during the school year and conduct three meetings. We will provide marketing materials to you.
We offer a competitive compensation package, along with terrific incentives and excellent training. We are a nationally
accredited organization committed to our key results of empowering our Local Coordinators to grow, being in compliance with Department of State regulations, and meeting our student placement objectives. The individuals selected will be independent contractors. As independent contractors there are no health insurance or retirement benefits. Typical candidates will place 5-8 candidates their first year with compensation averaging approximately $1000 per placement. This is not a full time job and best suited for individuals looking to supplement their income and wanting flexible hours.
Candidates must be at least 26 years of age and able to pass a background check.

Candidates should have a personal computer and understand basic computer usage such as email, social networking and managing data bases.

Candidates should have excellent interpersonal skills and
enjoy networking with professional organizations, school teachers, church
leaders and other centers of influence in your community.

This is an independent contractor position and you are
paid by commission only.

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