Forum Employment Opportunities

The Forum occasionally has openings for talented, enthusiastic professionals to join its team. The Forum’s headquarters is in Carlisle, PA, but positions often offer the opportunity to work remotely. Check each job posting for information on how to apply.

 


Marketing Manager

Reporting to the President & CEO of The Forum on Education Abroad, this is an exciting new role for a B2B marketing manager to join The Forum team. We are looking for an experienced self-starter who can help us achieve bold goals for increasing membership, resource utilization, and both national and international recognition. The successful candidate will oversee The Forum’s marketing strategy and is to advance The Forum’s goals for diversity and inclusiveness.

 

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Marketing Intern

The Forum on Education Abroad is looking for an enthusiastic and self-motivated marketing intern to help with developing and implementing marketing strategies and all stages of marketing campaigns. Your work will also include preparing presentations, monitoring social platforms, and conducting market analysis. Your insightful contribution will help develop and enhance our marketing channels as we expand our initiatives to grow membership and participation in Forum activities. The position offers a flexible schedule (15 hours per week) and practical experience in current marketing techniques.

 

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Conference Intern

The Forum seeks an undergraduate intern, who is a junior or senior during the 2019-20 academic year, to assist with general office duties as well as details related to its Annual Conference scheduled for March 25-27, 2020 in Kansas City, MO, including travel and on-site event operations at the conference. Qualified candidates for the position are professional, organized, flexible, have a strong attention to detail, and have experience in event planning. The intern is expected to work 8-10 hours per week in The Forum’s office or remotely during the Fall ’19 and Spring ’20 semesters. If a junior and successful in the role, the intern may be invited to return his or her senior year (2020-2021) to serve as a second-year intern.

 

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