Open Positions

    JOIN A GLOBAL COMMUNITY OF  INNOVATION FELLOWS WHO ARE LEADING CHANGE IN STEAM-TECH EDUCATION

                                                                            At A Glance

Eligibility: Undergraduate Juniors and Seniors, Graduate Students and Classroom K12 Teachers

Application Period: Quarterly

Upcoming Application Deadlines:  Spring Application Deadline: December 15th, 2017 at 11:59pm EST

Summer Priority Application Deadline: January 20th, 2017 at 11:59pm EST

Summer Final Application Deadline: March 20th  at 11:59pm EST

Duration: One year, renewable yearly for up to 3 years

Specific Time Commitment: Between 5-15 hours monthly September through May; 2-8 weeks during summertime, June through August-flexible dates

Stipend/ Terms: Hourly compensation of $15-25/hr, plus yearly scholarship opportunities ranging from $500-$1500.


Innovation Fellow

Creative Technologist

Innovation Fellows are makers and tinkerers. They build robotics projects for fun, and love showing others their awesome technical skills. As an Innovation Fellow you will be paid to do what you already love doing. You will design and implement innovative curriculum and professional development training focused on STEAM enrichment. Throughout your term as a fellow, you will also be provided professional development opportunities to grow and develop as a leader in STEAM-Tech education. Throughout the school year you may work in our after school programs. During the summer you will work as a lead instructor at one of our camps.

Qualifications

  • Teaching experience
  • Preferred experience with computer programming
  • Preferred experience in robotics and/ or other technology projects
  • Creative and works well independently and as part of a team

   STEAM-Tech Leader in Training

Innovation Enrichment Teacher

STEAM-Tech Leaders-in-Training are high school juniors and seniors who will be trained to inspire other youth through innovative STEAM-Tech educational programming. As a STEAM-Tech LIT you will be provided opportunities to assist in designing and teaching dynamic curriculum, while working alongside more experienced Innovation Fellows. You will be paid a small stipend throughout your term, and will be eligible for a yearly scholarship in the amount of $250-$500 after the successful completion of twelve months of work. Throughout the school year, you may work in our after school programs. During the summer you will work as an assistant instructor at one of our camps.

Qualifications

  • Preferred experience with computer programming 
  • Ability to work well independently and as part of a team
  • Preferred experience in robotics and/ or other technology projects

Name *
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Please describe in 200 words or less why you should be chosen as an Inovation Fellow. Let us know how you will add value to our eduactional programming, and what you hope to gain from the experience.
Please highlight STEM/STEAM-Tech projects you have been involved in, particularly ones in which you have taught others.
Here you will list the contact information for three professional and/ or academic references.
Please select which dates you are applying for. You must be available for at least two consecutive weeks starting with the first date listed. You may specify in the comments section below which dates you are applying for. You may apply for all dates listed in your region if you are available.
Create a video using a readily accessible platform such as YouTube or WeVideo to demonstrate a sample STEAM project of your choosing. Video must be between 5 and 15 minutes in length. Your video submission will be judged on the following criteria: originality, technical creativity, and your ability to engage and educate the targeted audience which will be elementary-age students on your choosen topic. Applications without the required video will not be considered.
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