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US-MX Program Coordinator

Join Our Journey

As Program Coordinator you will join a three person team responsible for implementing the US-MX Project (Language Learning through Overcoming Bias) in which youth explore how they internalize and form biases, and how they can work to overcome them. Language learning activities provide youth with an opportunity to reflect on how language works and how it connects with the issue of bias.

What You'll Do

  • Coordinate an innovative, classroom-based, virtual exchange program for youth between the ages of 12-18 from Mexico and the United States 
  • Support the design and delivery of educator implementation training for the exchange
  • Support educators as they implement this exciting new program 
  • Monitor program progress, tracking data and impact through monitoring and evaluation activities
  • Exercise patience, persistence, flexibility and adaptability; seek and respond to feedback with humility; and center marginalized communities in every aspect of our work

You Must Have

  • 2+ years of work/education experience that is directly applicable to this role
  • 1+ years of project coordination experience
  • Comfort utilizing technology and learning various programs
  • Fluency in written and spoken English and Spanish (B2 CEFR or higher)

We'd Love If You Have

  • 1+ years of teaching experience
  • Ability to travel both domestically and internationally



What We Do

Global Nomads Group offers perspective-shifting experiences designed by youth for youth.

Youth connect with their global peers virtually to explore and respond to the issues they care about most.

Our Programs
  • Language learning through virtual cultural exchange
  • Free online courses created by youth, for youth
  • Virtual curriculum development internship for youth

Don't Meet Every requirement?

We know that people come with all types of experience and talent beyond just the technical requirements of a job. If your experience is close to what you see listed here, please still consider applying. Give us the chance to get to know you!

Recruitment Process

  • Apply: Tell us your story and why you’d be great in this role.
  • Organization alignment interview: Learn more about our organizational values and make sure you’re excited about them.
  • Simulation exercise: Demonstrate your abilities and approach to the work.
  • Role alignment interview: Get concrete and show us all the ways your experience and skills have prepared you for this role.
  • Reference checks: This is our due diligence and a chance to learn a bit more about you from those who know you well.


Regarding Salary

Note: as a U.S.-based organization GNG is unable to procure benefits for you; instead you must do so directly through a GNG-recommended provider or the government as applicable.


As an international team that values collaboration, we ask that all staff be available for meetings at the following times, regardless of their location: Monday through Thursday 9am – 11am ET (U.S.)

Occasionally 8am – 12pm ET (U.S.) The remaining hours of your work day are flexible and will be coordinated with your supervisor.

To Apply

To submit your cover letter and resume in English and Spanish click here. As part of our ongoing commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion, Global Nomads aims to recruit a staff that reflects the demographics of the youth who participate in our programs. At the moment this means we are actively seeking applicants from outside the U.S. We particularly welcome applications from people with disabilities, from Latin America, and from South Asia.

Priority deadline: Apply by May 2, 2024 to be reviewed in the next round of applicants.


All applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and the position will remain open until filled. Due to the large volume of applicants, we are only able to contact those candidates selected for an interview. No phone calls, please.