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Current Job Opportunities

Executive Director, iEARN-USA

Since 1988, the International Education and Resource Network (iEARN), a coalition of organizations located in countries across the world, has been pioneering the use of the Internet and other innovative technologies to link youth worldwide in collaborative, project-based learning. Today, iEARN’s global network is active in more than thirty thousand schools and youth organizations across 140 countries. More than two million students are engaged in collaborative project work through iEARN. iEARN-USA, the U.S. member of this powerful, international educational coalition, shares a mission to enable young people in the United States to make a meaningful contribution to the health and welfare of the planet and all its people.

iEARN-USA is seeking an Executive Director. The Executive Director (ED) of iEARN-USA is responsible for day-to-day management of operations, financials, and staff development. S/he manages and works alongside the staff to create a productive and comfortable networking environment to engage with students in the United States and worldwide. The ED is responsible for pursuing and securing new revenue streams while crafting a new and innovative vision to drive the organization’s future development. For a full job description, please Click Here

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YES Program Intern 

The YES Program Intern will support the implementation of the Kennedy-Lugar Youth Exchange and Study (YES) program, funded by the U.S. Department of State, which provides scholarships for secondary school students (age 15-17) from countries with significant Muslim populations to spend one academic year in the United States. Program implementation includes the recruitment process, on program support, and alumni development. This position also provides support to iEARN-USA staff as needed. We are looking for someone who is interested in working in a small and agile work environment with a global reach, and who wants an opportunity to develop their experience in youth development and global education. Read full description on

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NSLI-Y Resident Director for Summer 2019 and Academic Year 2019-2020

iEARN-USA is currently seeking qualified Resident Directors to work in Korea (summer), Morocco (summer) or Taiwan (summer/academic year) on language programs for U.S. high school students. The program, the National Security Language Initiative for Youth (NSLI-Y), is focused on foreign language acquisition. The RD serves as a cultural and academic liaison for around 25-50 students (aged 15-19) during their overseas program. The RD is the primary support person for all students and is responsible for the ongoing monitoring of the safety and well-being of students. The RD must be available to students on a daily basis, observe students’ classes, and be available via phone to students in case of emergency. The RD also plays a key role in supporting participant learning and encouraging the use of the target language as much as possible. Read full descriptions on