Right now, World Learning appears to have two entry-level job opportunities available in Washington, DC.

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Did you spend any time abroad when you were in college? Did you love it? If you answered yes to those questions, then you can probably see the value in World Learning, a non-profit organization that “fosters global citizenship by connecting over 3,000 young ambassadors annually across cultural differences and social barriers.” They do this through three programs that they offer – The Experiment in International Living, SIT Study Abroad, and SIT Graduate Institute. World Learning also runs International Development Programs in 20 countries to “work with communities to design and implement development programs that address some of the main obstacles to human development.” If you terribly miss your abroad experience and want to help other students gain similar experiences, a job with World Learning might be the perfect solution to your post-graduation job search.

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Right now, World Learning appears to have two entry-level job opportunities available. The first we found on Idealist, and it’s a position as a Program Associate for the World Learning Visitor Exchange Program. To apply for this position, you should send a resume and cover letter to vladimir.spencer@worldlearning.org. The other job we found with World Learnign was listed on their website (we’ll never understand why non-profits mix their job listings between their own site and Idealist, but don’t cross post them). This is a Finance Associate position. To apply for this job, you should send your cover letter and resume to recruitment@worldlearning.org. Both jobs are located in Washington, DC; however, World Learning also has a location in Brattleboro, VT.

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