Utah Global Diplomacy
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About Utah Global Diplomacy:

Utah Global Diplomacy builds global connections between the people of Utah and people from around the world one handshake at a time with the intent to foster mutual respect,  international goodwill, and economic stability.

We offer a dynamic working environment with ample opportunities to learn about global issues and cultures while creating practical work experience and access to professional networks with international, national, and local individuals. 

Our Social Responsibility

Utah Global Diplomacy is a non-partisan, non-profit committed to social responsibility. We celebrate, support, and thrive when diversity in all forms is represented.

As an equal opportunity employer that promotes respect and understanding between the people of Utah and other nations, we do not discriminate in employment or participation in our programs based on race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy and gender identity), national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, genetic information, age, membership in an employee organization, relationship status, parental status, military service, or other non-merit factors.

Furthermore, we recognize we must play an active role in being environmentally conscious. Therefore, we are committed to using sustainable green business practices in our business and our programs whenever possible.

Note: As a token of our appreciation, final-round interviewing applicants will receive a $50 stipend for sharing their time and resources with our organization. 

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Are/were you a first-generation college student? *
Are you currently in school? *
To confirm, you are applying for the Scholarship Program Fellowship? *
Do you have a vehicle that you are willing to use for this position?
Mileage reimbursement is available for work-related travel. *
Are you older than 21?
Some of our positions require driving vehicles and working around alcohol. *
Are you willing and able to travel to Murray to work in our office at least 2 days a week? *


Position Description:

This internship will assist the COO with administering our Global Leaders Scholarship Fund program, as well as assisting with the day-to-day functions of running a nonprofit business. Duties may include data entry, correspondence, organizing meetings, record maintenance, reporting, and assisting other programs as needed. Overall, the scholarship program fellow will play a vital role in supporting the nonprofit's mission and ensuring that its operations run smoothly.


Position Title: Scholarship Program Fellow

Position Type: Part-Time, Temporary

Compensation: $15.00 per hour

Commitment: One academic year, typically August through April; around 40 weeks.

Benefits: Mileage reimbursement for work-related travel, professional letter of recommendation, & school credit if applicable

Hours: A weekly commitment of 10-15 hours per week is required.

Must be available for in-office work in Murray, Utah, at least 2 days a week with some evening and weekend work required



  • Learn about and contribute to the administration of the Global Leaders Scholarship Fund, and act as a point of contact for potential applicants.
  • Conduct program outreach to identify applicants for the scholarship
  • Speak to groups of people about Global Leaders Scholarship Fund opportunities.
  • Attend monthly committee meetings as part of the scholarship management; work with Committee Chair and Vice-Chair to report on scholarship activities. Network with each Committee member
  • Assist in maintaining the program budget 
  • Maintain applications, travel records, and financial information using Salesforce. 
  • Organize interviews for scholarship applicants, and learn how interviews are evaluated.
  • Follow up with program participants to evaluate and report on outcomes.

Admin Assistant Responsibilities:

  • Assist with the Board of Directors and other committee meetings, including set up, ordering catering, and general clean up.
  • General office administration including ordering and purchasing office supplies, resupplying areas, and taking out garbage/recycling.
  • Data entry and record maintenance in Salesforce including recording volunteer hours, and donations.
  • Providing general administrative support to all teams including photocopying, filing, creating labels, etc

Other Responsibilities:

  • Join weekly staff meetings and provide updates and identify additional administrative needs.
  • Participate in “all-hands-on-deck” events and organizational needs
  • Attend meetings with additional international visiting groups, if interested

Desired Qualifications:

  • Work authorization in the U.S.
  • Pursuing or graduated from a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in International Relations, Political Science, Area Studies, or related field; practical work experience in fields of international impact, nonprofit work, program management, or related work preferred
  • Knowledge of international affairs and dedication to intercultural awareness
  • Knowledge of local community organizations and current issues (local and global)
  • Impeccable attention to detail, able to follow instructions with precision, and highly organized 
  • Adheres to the highest standards of protocol, business etiquette, and diplomacy in all interactions Respect for differences in cultural, social, political, and religious viewpoints
  • Commitment to teamwork
  • Able to simultaneously manage multiple projects
  • Positive and outgoing attitude
  • Self-starter; able to work with little supervision
  • Strong writing/editing and verbal communication skills 
  • Moderate level of computer proficiency
  • Ability to analyze and think critically, resourceful
  • Honest and able to exercise discretion and diplomacy with all internal and external stakeholders
  • Commitment to advancing causes of diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice

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