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MOBILITY INTERNATIONAL USA (MIUSA) seeks a temporary, part-time Exchange Program Assistant to join our team as we plan and conduct an exciting, week-long, arrival orientation in Eugene, Oregon, for high school exchange students with disabilities from around the world!

Position Overview

Position: Temporary, Part-Time, Limited Duration (June through end of August, 2024)

Location: Based in or near Eugene, Oregon strongly preferred.

Apply by April 30, 2024 for priority consideration.

About MIUSA, FLEX, and YES

MIUSA, a non-profit disability-led organization, works to advance the rights and leadership of people with disabilities globally. At the FLEX/YES Preparatory Workshop, MIUSA will prepare newly arrived international exchange students with diverse disabilities from various countries for their year in U.S. high schools. While in Eugene, students will visit a high school, engage in inclusive recreation and volunteer activities, and learn about their rights and opportunities as students with disabilities, before departing for host communities around the U.S.

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To learn more about the MIUSA workshop and the FLEX and YES exchange programs, visit

Position Responsibilities and Qualifications

Reports to: MIUSA Exchange Program Leaders

Position Responsibilities:


Additional Requirements:

Rate of Pay: Hourly, $18 – $20/hour, commensurate with experience. Expected 20 – 40 hours per week including weekends and evenings.

MIUSA is an equal opportunity employer that does not discriminate in its hiring practices and actively seeks a diverse applicant pool. We encourage candidates of all races, genders and gender identities, ages, disabilities, orientations, ethnicities, and national origins to apply.

MIUSA is committed to employment of individuals with and without disabilities and will provide disability-related reasonable accommodations for application processes and to perform the essential functions of this position.

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