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College for High School Advisors

Every year FSU International Programs accepts applications from highly motivated educators to serve as advisors on our College for High School programs. Advisors provide critical support to the program leader, as well as to the students, by facilitating the smooth-running of the program. They also serve as mentors for their small groups of students. Additionally, advisors help ensure the safety and security of all of the students while overseas. Please click here for an advisor flyer.

Eligibility

These positions are open to any current educator who has a minimum of one-year experience, successfully passes a background check, provides a letter of recommendation from the school principal, and meets health requirements. College for High School encourages educators of any discipline to apply for either program.

Compensation – European Humanities

Compensation includes round-trip airfare, single-housing in student accommodations, breakfast and dinner daily, all ground transportation, all program-related social/cultural events, inclusion in the group medical insurance plan for all participants, a program T-shirt, and enrollment in three hours of college-level credit (if desired). Due to the nature of the European Humanities program, advisors are needed the entirety of the trip.

Compensation – Intensive Spanish

Compensation includes round-trip airfare, single-housing in student accommodations, all meals, all ground transportation in Costa Rica, all program-related social/cultural events, inclusion in the group medical insurance plan for all participants, a program T-shirt, and enrollment in three hours of college-level credit (if desired). Due to the nature of the Intensive Spanish program, program advisors may choose to accompany students for the full length of the trip or the last two weeks of the trip.

Compensation – Israel Experience

Compensation includes 10 day trip to Israel during the beginning of the student program. Educator program includes round-trip airfare, single-housing in student accommodations, breakfast and dinner daily, all ground transportation, all program-related social/cultural events, inclusion in the group medical insurance plan for all participants, a program T-shirt, and enrollment in three hours of college-level credit (if desired). Excursions include guided tours of Jerusalem, Tell Gezer, Sataf Springs, Abu Gosh and overnight trip to Masada, the Dead Sea and the city of Eilat.

First Time Advisor

All first-time advisors will receive a $150.00 travel stipend for use during the program.

Refer a Colleague

For every referred colleague who successfully completes the first two steps of the application process, the referee will receive a $50 travel stipend to use during the program.

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