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Community Coordinators

PAX Community Coordinators are independent contractors who represent the PAX program in their local communities. Working directly with the Regional Director or Area Manager. The Community Coordinator facilitates the placement of 3 or more exchange students by recruiting, screening, and vetting host families., partnering with area high schools to secure enrollments for the students and supporting the students and their hosted during their year together.

What is the Coordinator responsible for:
- Administer the PAX program locally in full compliance with State Department regulations and CSIET standards
- Find and vet families interested in hosting
- Secure high school enrollments for exchange students
- Support student, families, and schools throughout the school year
- Act as the student's advocate during the program year
- Represent PAX study & travel abroad opportunities to local American students
- Maintain regular contact with their Regional Director/Area Manager, local families, students and schools


Rewards
- You will enrich your local culture and your own life by inviting the world into your community - one student at a time
- You will meet new people and make new friends, both at home and abroad
- You will be invited to join our colleagues at the annual PAX national meeting, held each year at an attractive location- all expenses paid
- You will earn modest, but meaningful commissions for the work you do
- You can qualify for exciting, educational travel opportunities, both international and domestic


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