The MIT Office of Engineering Outreach Programs is seeking staff who are energetic, thoughtful and motivated by our mission. Help us diversify the science and engineering community.
SEED Academy Teaching Assistant
Saturday Engineering Enrichment and Discovery (SEED) Academy is seeking teaching assistants for various engineering courses designed for students ranging from grade 8 to seniors in high school. The primary responsibility will be assisting the instructor in preparing and implementing curriculum for their assigned course in either: Biological Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer Science, Materials Science or Electronics. Teaching assistants may also assist in implementing other aspects of the SEED calendar including community building activites. The teaching assistant role is a part-time role that requires attendance at all SEED Academy sessions which take place on 8 Saturdays during the Fall semester. To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to: email@example.com
SEED Academy Instructor
The OEOP is seeking an energetic and dynamic Instructor to teach and develop curriculum for its Fall SEED courses: Civil Engineering, Computer Science, Electronics, Materials Science and Biological Engineering. The ideal candidate will be committed to supporting middle school and high school students along the STEM pipeline. They will foster an open and positive learning environment that encourages students to ask questions and to be active participants. They will provide students with the resources and guidance necessary for learning the fundamental concepts in their course, with emphasis on developing skills that will help students succeed in technical STEM fields. The instructor role is a part-time role that requires attendance at SEED Academy sessions which take place on 8 Saturdays during the Fall semester. Please inquire about open positions/courses. To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org
SEED Academy Program Coordinator
Saturday Engineering Enrichment and Discovery (SEED) Academy is seeking a Program Coordinator to participate in the design and implementation of the SEED Academy program. The primary responsibility will be coordinating various aspects of the program, including staffing (undergraduate, graduate, and professional teaching staff), program logistics, student recruitment and selection, and student/parent communication and engagement. As the SEED program is in a place of growth and transition, the coordinator will also be tasked with designing and implementing a new middle and high school curriculum--with support from program manager--that addresses the whole student and strengthens community ties to provide a path into the technical workforce for each student. The coordinator will also share engineering education resources and integrate engaging engineering curriculum into all OEOP programing.
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