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Created 60 years ago in the aftermath of WWII, the US-UK Fulbright Commission plays a key role in facilitating transatlantic cultural understanding and educational exchange through our prestigious scholarship programme, as well as our student advisory service. Our work to create globally-minded ambassadors impacts public diplomacy around the world, as well as the lives of the individuals who benefit from our programmes and services.
Alumni and Development Manager, US-UK Fulbright Commission
Full time (Permanent)
An exciting opportunity to work in the field of international education and alumni engagement. The post holder will work with the US-UK Fulbright Commission and the UK Fulbright Alumni Association to plan, implement and deliver a strategic programme of events, opportunities and communications to engage the UK Fulbright alumni. The role will also involve an increasing focus on development and fundraising from within the alumni network. This role would suit a motivated, ambitious graduate with a minimum of 3 years project management experience in the educational administration or charity sectors. Strong written skills, interpersonal skills and the ability to work independently are essential.
View the Alumni and Development Manager job description.
Apply by sending a CV and cover letter to email@example.com
Deadline for applications: Monday 12 May, 12 pm.
Interviews will be held Tuesday 20 May in Battersea, London.
The Fulbright Commission offers unpaid internships to current students and recent graduates. Our internships offer a unique opportunity for individuals interested in international education to learn about the field while gaining work experience and taking responsibility for challenging projects.
Internships can be arranged through partnerships with US universities or internship companies or by the applicant individually.
Individual applicants may express their interest in completing an internship by emailing a CV and covering letter to the appropriate email address (depending on your interest area) listed below.
The covering letter should describe your dates and hours of availability, details of your visa status and legal right to work in the UK (for example, on a Tier 4 student visa, UK citizenship or the BUNAC Intern in Britain visa for students and recent graduates), previous experience, overseas work and study experience and knowledge of the US/UK educational systems. Internship applications will be kept on file, and qualified applicants will be invited for an interview when positions are available.
If you are interested in working with alumni networks, charity fundraising and development contact firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are interested in working with the Awards Programme (helping to administer and promote scholarships for US and UK postgraduate students) contact email@example.com
If you are interested in working with the Advisory Service (projects related to advising UK students about US study) email a CV and covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line 'Advising Internship'.
Organisations interested in working with the Commission on internship placements may find out more information by emailing the above contacts.
Are you interested in assisting with the Fulbright Commission’s work on a one-off basis? Volunteer opportunities include assisting with USA College Day, USA Grad School Day, outreach events and at the Fulbright Commission's office. To register your interest in volunteering, please complete this form. A member of staff will contact you when an appropriate opportunity arises.