Position: Trainer Corps Times Contributor
Term Dates: Open throughout the year
The Trainer Corps Times is the quarterly newsletter written by and distributed to the entire Trainer Corps community. Each issue is made up stories, interviews, tips, advice, reviews, and experiences shared by current Trainer Corps members with additional programmatic and administrative updates provided by NAFSA staff partners. Trainer Corps members are encouraged to submit relevant self-/co-written pieces to the newsletter to benefit the larger community.
As a Trainer Corps Times Contributor you will
- Contribute to the Trainer Corps professional development/enrichment library
- Share your training- and teaching-related experiences and expertise with the Trainer Corps Community
- Reflect on your training and teaching practices and experiences
Position updated December 2019
Applications are not currently being accepted.
- Submit an idea, outline, or draft for review, or respond to the interview questions provided by the Trainer Corps Times interviewer
- Use appropriate citations and give credit where and when appropriate
All NAFSA leaders are expected to foster an inclusive environment and seek to learn and understand the multicultural perspectives of the committee/team, our constituents, and stakeholders to align with the NAFSA Diversity and Inclusion Statement. An expression of leadership in this area includes:
- Engaging the committee/team to identify and implement strategies for increased personal outreach, recruitment, and onboarding for all, especially diversity-focused and underrepresented groups
- Increasing accessibility and participation from underrepresented groups, individuals, and institutions
- Expanding educational content within the committees’ purview through intentional outreach and recruitment of diverse presenters and institutional types in partnership with various NAFSA groups
NAFSA: Association of International Educators is a professional association driven by its Strategic Plan as established by the Board of Directors. The success of the association depends on the productive engagement of three key constituencies: the Board, member-leaders, and staff. Member-leaders are advocates for the association’s mission, vision, values, diversity and inclusion, and ethical principles. They align their work closely with the Board through its vice presidents and with staff to carry out the Strategic Plan. Member-leader roles are guided by objectives assigned by the Strategic Plan, by outcome accountabilities outlined in the Standing Rules, and by position descriptions for specific roles.
Short-term commitment and dependent on length of contribution.
Reach out to NAFSA’s Professional Learning Services to learn more.
Submissions to the Trainer Corps Times are being accepted all year round.