Humphrey School seeks Associate Coordinator for Law/Human Rights International Fellows program

UMN Job 308625.

The Associate Program Director will administer the Law/Human Rights Humphrey International Fellows program under the auspices of the International Fellows and Scholars program (IFS), in the Global Programs area of the HHH UMN. The Associate Program Director will work under the supervision of the Humphrey School Director of Global Programs and together with other IFS staff members to administer the day-to-day operations of the Law/Human Rights Humphrey Fellows, coordinating relations with the Humphrey School and the University of Minnesota community, professional colleagues, the Institute for International Education, and the U.S. Department of State; co-organizing a required seminar for Humphrey Fellows; assisting with the creation of professional development and training opportunities; and mentoring and advising of Law/HR Humphrey Fellows.

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