Apply to be an ISA E-board Member
We have finished our recruiting process in April 2017.
Please direct any questions to Ashley Chen at email@example.com
Apply to be an ISA Intern
Do you want to help plan amazing events on campus? Are you passionate about USC's international student community? Or maybe you just want to get a backstage or fastpass to the events we hold! The International Student Assembly is the place for you.
As an ISA intern, you can help us plan events, network with student leaders, learn about people and places beyond your imagination and much more! You will grow as a leader, make a difference with advocacy work, and make lasting friendships. ISA is for everybody: and you too!
You don't have to be an international student to apply, and we welcome both undergraduate and graduate students! Please read the below for the application process!
Check back in August 2017!
The International Student Assembly (ISA) is entrusted to express and promote international student's concerns and interests, while providing diverse cultural and educational experiences and showcasing social treasures of the international community on campus.
With approximately 23% of the university population, ISA is one of the largest student-run assemblies and serves as an umbrella organization to the majority of nationality and cultural clubs on campus, working closely with Program Board, the Undergraduate Student Government, and the Office of International Services. ISA’s mission is to promote international culture and raise diversity awareness on campus. Signature events of ISA include International Food Fair, Globefest, iVoice, etc.
You will find more information about ISA’s assembly and staff members, the events that we organize on campus and ways to get involved with ISA here:
Apply to be an ISA Mentee
Have you struggled with the new environment and college life when you first came to USC? Were you confused by the complicated application process of different student organizations? Did you ever hope to have someone who could have helped you out? Well now this is your chance to be the person who could lend a hand for the incoming international students!
The International Mentorship Program is designed to better facilitate the transition process for freshmen and transfer students from their hometown to the United States or from high school to college. Our mission is to offer them guidance in terms of schedule building, time management, on-campus involvements, student organizations, life in the States, etc.
It is a semester-long program (Fall 2017) with the following requirements:
--- USC students with sophomore class standing or above
--- Attend First Mixer (at the beginning of the semester)
--- Attend a minimum of one social event per month (ISA Events, themed meetings, etc.)
--- ISA Banquet (End-of-the-year)
--- Monthly time commitment approximately of 4 hours.
As a mentor, you will be able to contribute to the international student community at USC, make friends from different countries, get free food, and also receive fast passes to ISA events if you come with your mentee(s)!!!
Application due May 9th 11:59PM: bit.ly/ISAMentor17
*USC email required to access application!*
Questions? Concerns? Please contact the ISA Chair of Advocacy, Gary Gan, at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information!
International Student Assembly (ISA) is entrusted to express and promote international student's concerns and interests, while providing diverse cultural and educational experiences and showcasing social treasures of the international community on campus.
The Advocacy branch of ISA is responsible for staying in close contact with the Office of International Services, Department of Public Safety, and Undergraduate Student Government about issues affecting international students.
This branch create solutions to increase understanding and diversity on campus and advocate for more resources for international students. We serve as the liaison between key administration and students, creating awareness of available opportunities for international students.
For more information about ISA events, Member Organizations, Executive Board, and ways to get involved: