Student Travel Manager
World Leadership School
About the organization
The mission of World Leadership School is to partner with K-12 schools to reimagine learning and
create next-generation leaders. We do this by taking students out into the world and coaching
teachers to bring purpose to learning.
World Leadership School has over a decade of experience working with K-12 schools to design and
deliver immersive partnership-based travel programs in Latin America, Africa, Asia and the USA. We
see travel as a powerful tool for guiding students towards lives of purpose and helping educators
Our programs focus on community immersion and follow the paradigm of "disconnect, de-center, and re-envision." They range from 7 to 21 days and take place in 12 locations around the world, and three locations in the United States. Students go through a pre-trip curriculum before our program, and we work with teachers to design classroom curriculum around each program.
Management of K-12 School Partnerships:
● Serve as main point of contact for 40-50, K-12 school faculty and administrators for all
aspects of Collaborative Leadership Program including planning, implementation, and evaluation.
● Develop relationships with school faculty to determine needs and priorities for student
● Meet regularly with school faculty and administrators to provide logistical and administrative
support for student travel programs, including developing itineraries, communicating about travel logistics, creating contracts and invoices, managing airfare, and post-program evaluations and debriefs.
Management of Country Coordinators:
● Serve as main point of contact for 12 country coordinators in the U.S., Latin America, Africa,
● Work closely with country coordinators to develop itineraries, manage in-country logistics
including booking accommodations, transportation, and meals, and plan community
● Administer contracts, timelines, and work plans with coordinators to ensure program
success and accountability.
● Participate in interviewing and hiring seasonal instructors to lead WLS programs, including
administering applications, background checks, and reference checks.
● Oversee logistics and planning for annual instructor training for approximately 50
participants. Book airfare and travel accommodations for instructors and staff.
● Coordinate social media marketing efforts.
We are looking for someone who is:
● Passionate about global education, leadership development, and having a big impact in the
● Self-starter and Creative, especially with new marketing approaches;
● Fun! We are committed to an office environment where everyone feels fulfilled and at home;
● VERY detailed oriented and able to coordinate a large number of logistics, meetings and
institutional follow up;
● Flexible. Tasks change daily and vary widely;
● Interested in working for a small mission-driven business;
● Comfortable working in a small home-office of the Executive Director;
● Computer and web savvy.
● 2-4 years in a related position, particularly in the field of international or experiential
education, study abroad, or international development.
● Experience in an outward-facing, customer-oriented position preferred.
● Demonstrated success building and managing relationships with a wide range of diverse
● Proven ability to work in a fast-paced environment, juggling multiple tasks, priorities, and
● Experience living or working abroad preferred, but not required.
● Proficiency in English is required. Proficiency in another language, particularly Spanish, is
preferred but not required.
Contact email: [email protected]
This will be a full-time, salaried position, to begin by January 6th, 2020. Salary based on experience.
To apply, please send a letter of interest, resume and salary requirements to Erin Hawk,
Additional benefits include health Insurance stipend, unlimited PTO after 1 year of employment, work from home one day a week.
Equal Opportunity Employment
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