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 Assistants
Saturday Engineering Enrichment and Discovery (SEED) Academy is seeking teaching assistants for various engineering courses designed for students ranging from grades 7 to 12. The primary responsibility will be assisting the instructor in preparing and implementing curriculum for their assigned course in either: Engineering Design, Environmental Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Robotics, Aero/Astro Engineering, and Biological Engineering. 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 Spring semester. To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org
SEED Academy Instructors
The OEOP is seeking energetic and dynamic Instructors to teach and develop curriculum for its Spring SEED courses: Academic Mentoring Seminar, Engineering Design, Environmental Engineering, and Aero/Astro 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 Spring semester. Please inquire about open positions/courses. To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to: email@example.com
MITES/MOSTEC Program Staff
We are currently accepting applications for temporary staff positions for our summer programs MITES and MOSTEC. There are a variety of positions available including for instructional and administrative positions. There are both full and part time roles, some of which are residential and include housing at MIT. To submit your application, visit: staffapp.mit.edu.
Based in the Office of Engineering Outreach Programs, the Program Assistant will assist program coordinators with implementation of complex and diverse administrative duties in support of the MITES and MOSTEC programs. Will support the student recruitment, application, selection, and enrollment processes of all OEOP programs. Responsibilities include communicating with participants and answering inquiries from the general public and users of the application portal; facilitating program courses and meetings; purchasing materials and supplies; scheduling meetings; maintaining documentation of staff and student enrollment; updating internal database; distributing communication via social media, website, presentations, and other tools; processing reimbursements and assisting with collection of financial documentation; participating in event planning (e.g., MITES six-week residential program, MOSTEC five-day program conference, and student selection meetings), including active participating in the events and the execution of program sessions; attending additional OEOP student, alumni- and fund-raising events; and performing other duties as needed. For more information and to submit an application, click here.
Based in the Office of Engineering Outreach Programs, the Grant Analyst (part-time, 50%) will secure public/private sources to support OEOP's programmatic activities. Will coordinate the development, writing, and submission of grant proposals; assist in creating new and maintaining long-standing relationships with granting agencies; be responsible for year-round data collection, analysis, and reporting on college major, college enrollments of OEOP alumni, college graduation rates, employer/career objectives of OEOP alumni, and other activities; collaborate with members of the OEOP program and operations teams to implement a successful grants program strategy; and liaise with a variety of MIT offices. For more information and to submit an application, click here.
Based in the Office of Engineering Outreach Programs, the Communications Administrator will contribute to communications strategies and implement communications/marketing activities. Will collaborate with others in OEOP to build awareness of its programs and impacts, stimulate interest and engagement in its programs, and help generate financial support for its activities; create and disseminate content in long- and short-form (written and multimedia) throughout MIT and to a local and national audience; lead and execute a redesign of as well as maintain and update the OEOP website; develop content and manage social media sites; manage and update contacts database; create and design program- and event-related print materials; design, write, and disseminate OEOP newsletter; support the writing of annual fund-raising appeals and other donor-related and stewardship materials; coordinate with the MIT communications offices and primary MIT channels to promote OEOP stories; and identify external channels for sharing OEOP stories. Multimedia projects include conducting/coordinating photographing/filming of current programs, editing photos/video, and curating content from OEOP's historical archives. For more information and to submit an application, click here.