Global LEAD International Fellows Program 2012-2013

Global LEAD International Fellows Program 2012-2013
Role and Responsibilities
The Fellows Program will run from March 2012 – August 2013 and has three main goals:
1. Develop strong International Program Directors
2. Grow and cultivate core marketing team members
3. Create Global LEADers who can take these skills and excel in the field of their passion

March-August 2012: International Programming
This half of the year will be spent focusing on our International Programming. You will work alongside our Chief Operations Officer, Courtney Doran, in program development, international relations and service project creation. From March – May 2012, you will be able to work remotely on a part-time basis if you currently a college senior or fulfilling your tenure at your current job. Starting early May, the position will be full-time based out of Atlanta. You will then spend the summer abroad as the Assistant Program Director in one of our three amazing locations—Cape Town, Greece or Ecuador! This provides you the opportunity to see every angle on the program – from the overall goals to the daily details- and will prepare you to run the program on your own in 2013.

September 2012-February 2013: Marketing and Corporate Operations
During this season you will assist our Marketing Director, Carolyn Prebil, and Director of Growth and Development, Joanna Harbin, as they develop innovative ways to educate others about our programs. You will travel to university campuses all over the southeast speaking to students about our mission and encouraging students to participate. As a core member of the marketing team, you will be responsible for multiple channels of communication: social media, videos, targeted e-mail campaigns, national and local initiatives, strategic partners and expansion efforts. In addition, you will have the opportunity to get a 360° view of how a business operates while being personally mentored by Global LEAD’s CEO, Robbie Reese.

March 2013-August 2013: International Programming
After working with Global LEAD for a year and seeing our international programs firsthand, you will be integral in our staff training and preparation for our summer programs. You will also have the opportunity to go abroad again and lead a summer program on your own. This international work experience is truly one of the most unique components of the Fellows Program.

Compensation and Benefits
Traveling to exotic places, experiencing amazing adventures, connecting and inspiring students, serving in incredible communities, creating new ways to impact students, visiting college campuses to communicate our mission, getting personally mentored for 18 months by entrepreneurs and never having to wear a suit…sound like a dream job? Welcome to Global LEAD.

– Salary of $1500 per month
– Complete health and dental insurance
– A minimum of two international experience with all expenses covered (flight, housing, daily stipend, all activities, cell phone, insurance)
– Domestic travel to various university campuses where all expenses are paid for (travel, housing, daily stipend)
– 18-month mentorship from Global LEAD executive staff
– The opportunity to lead international programs and domestic projects
The opportunity to gain an insiders’ view of how a company functions and being entrusted with the responsibility to lead your own projects, domestically and abroad, usually comes much later in a typical career. We are looking for ambitious individuals who are energized rather than daunted by this challenge. The experience gained during your time as a Fellow will support your personal vision no matter where it leads. Regardless if you see yourself starting a not-profit, leading a multinational business or continuing your journey with Global LEAD, the Fellows Program will provide you with the skills and knowledge to pursue your passions successfully.
What Are We Looking for in the Fellow?

1. Passion for the Global LEAD mission
2. High integrity and commitment to the Global LEAD values
3. Incredibly organized and detail-oriented
4. Strong track record of success
5. Excellent communication skills
6. Well development emotional intelligence and empathy
7. Leadership and/or work experience
8. Ability to be productive in a flexible work environment
9. Commitment to excellence and delivering results, on time and on budget
10. Completely trustworthy

1. Effective problem solver
2. Able to execute projects with excellence
3. Knowledge of social media, website design and videos
4. Strong public speaker
5. Comfortable being a leader or team member and seamlessly transitions between the two roles
6. International experience
7. Commitment to deadlines
8. Fluent in Spanish (required for Ecuador Fellow)

How to Apply
Applications will be accepted starting November 7.
1. Submit a cover letter and resume to
2. Download the reference page ( and send to two people (professors, employers, mentors, etc). The form is lengthy so please be sure to give your references plenty of time to complete the form.
Application and references are due on November 25 at midnight.
Interview Process
1. For those selected, first round interviews will be over the phone during the week of November 28.
2. For those selected, final round interviews will be held on December 10 at Drew Charter School in Atlanta. Please save the date.
3. Decisions about the Fellows Program will be made before the end of the year.
If you have any questions about the job or application please feel free to reach out to Courtney Doran at any time.
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