The University of Washington Math Science Upward Bound (MSUB) Program seeks an Instructor to teach a Study Section class to high school students in support of our Summer STEM Seminar Lecture series. MSUB is an outreach program in the Office of Minority Affairs and Diversity that helps low-income and potential first-generation college students excel in high school, get accepted to college, and graduate with a STEM degree. The goal of the summer program, held on the UW campus, is to help prepare students for the demands of college and advance their academic and personal development.
The MSUB STEM Seminar Series is designed to offer students an introduction to different STEM fields, a glimpse into original research, and insight into STEM careers. Study Section Instructors attend the Seminar Series lectures and teach a one hour STEM Survival Skills Section to support the lectures and help students acquire the skills they will need to succeed in STEM. Study Section Instructors help students understand the content of the lectures and develop good study skills, learn core lab and data analysis skills, work on group projects, and accompany students on lab and facilities tours.
The ideal candidate is an advanced graduate student or postdoc in a STEM field with teaching experience and a commitment to outreach and diversity. A B.S. or B.A. in a STEM field is required. All candidates will be required to undergo a criminal background check. Candidates from underrepresented groups or from low-income/first generation backgrounds or with experience in working with these populations are encouraged to apply. The University of Washington is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer.
The six week summer program runs from July 3 to Aug 11, with classes held 4 days per week. Teaching commitment is 2 hours per day plus prep time. Compensation is $1,400 to $1,600 depending on background and experience. For more information or to apply, please send a cover letter and resume or CV to David Wolczyk, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
50% professional staff position with full benefits
Help us find an enthusiastic STEM educator to manager pre-college programs at an engineering research center on campus. The person in this role works with K-12 youth and science teachers. This position manages two summer research experience programs (the Young Scholars Program for high school students and the Research Experience for Teachers program for secondary science teachers), a new summer program for high school students (YSP-REACH), school year field trips, and more.
The CSNE is a wonderful place to work. Our community is made up of professional staff, faculty, and students. I’ve been here since 2013 and previously held this position. I promise you’ll get excellent training! The CSNE is family friendly, professional, and collaborative. Our office is located in a lovely, modern building. And…neural engineering is an exciting, multidisciplinary field.
Learn more about the CSNE and our K-12 education programs here.
The Robinson Center for Young Scholars (RC) is looking for teachers and a principal for our two Summer Enrichment Programs, serving students Grades 5-11. The principal works directly with our teachers, teaching assistants and the RC administrative team to coordinate the day-to-day running of the program. We are looking for teachers who are passionate about their field, and who teach in a challenging, engaging and interactive way. We are open for new topics and classes, but are in high need of STEM and math teachers for this summer.
The University of Washington’s Mount Rainier Institute has an outstanding opportunity for a temporary full time Environmental Education Instructor.
In partnership with Mount Rainier National Park, the University of Washington operates the Mount Rainier Institute. The Mount Rainier Institute is a residential environmental education program with a mission is to provide outstanding nature-based education experiences rooted in science, which nurture the next generation of environmental stewards and leaders. We are hiring skilled educators to help establish a solid program with the iconic Mt. Rainier National Park.
Environmental Education (EE) Instructors are key members of the program staff. They lead youth and adults through field science investigations, and teach a variety of topics such as biodiversity, natural history, forestry, resource management, and cultural history of the Pacific Northwest.
EE Instructors have the opportunity for professional growth through the development of their naturalist, outdoor education, and resource interpretation skills and techniques. This is an excellent opportunity to be part of ongoing development of a relatively new residential environmental education program.
Term of Position: Spring 2017 season is late March through mid-June; appointments may involve weekend and evening hours. Shared housing will be provided for a modest monthly rental fee, along with meals when groups are in residence.
The Robinson Center is looking for Saturday Program Teachers for the Fall Quarter. The Saturday Program is an enrichment program offered for students currently in grades K-8. These classes are intended to provide intellectually ambitious students with challenge, inspiration, and fun, in a collaborative, supportive learning environment. The classes are not intended to move students ahead in the standard curriculum but rather to explore topics not usually covered in the K-8 classroom. Classes meet for one or two hours per week, for eight sessions each quarter. The Fall session begins on October 15th.
We are currently looking for math and science teachers, but people from all discipline or backgrounds are encouraged to apply. You do not need a teaching license to apply. To learn more please see the attached job description.
The University of Washington wǝɫǝbʔaltxʷ – Intellectual House is hiring hourly student assistants for the upcoming 2016-2017 academic school year. The Intellectual House hosts a variety of events, from student programming to conferences, to classes for UW students.
We are looking for students with experience in working with members of the University community. This position is open to current graduate and undergraduate students.
This is an hourly position and hours will vary based on availability.
We have attached the official job description and application. All requested materials are due by September 7th, 2016 by 5PM. Feel free to e-mail your application to email@example.com.
Job Title: Green Dot Program Coordinator/ Graduate Student or Senior Level Undergraduate Student Position Location: 109 Elm Hall, Health & Wellness, Student Life Pay Rate: $18/ hour Hours per Week: 10-15 hours per week from Spring 2016 through June 2017, including Summer Supervisor: Shannon Bailie, Director of Health & Wellness Managing Supervisor: Melissa Tumas, Training & Education Coordinator
Duties and Responsibilities: Academic Year
The Green Dot Program Coordinator in Health & Wellness will coordinate and implement the Green Dot Bystander Program for the campus community. The responsibilities associated with Green Dot will primarily occur during the academic year (September – June).
• Support Green Dot committee members as a liaison between committees and work groups.
• Coordinate and attend one 6-hour bystander training (on a weekend) each quarter. Duties will include planning all aspects of the training, ordering food and managing RSVPs, as well as identifying and reserving space on campus. Other duties for the training will include outreach and promotion to key campus partners and student groups.
• Triage presentation requests, managing a group calendar to ensure coverage of all incoming requests.
• Advertising, promotion and outreach for Green Dot including building relationships with campus partners and student groups.
• Plan and promote bystander education on campus through events and programming.
• Outreach to student groups to create partnerships and enhance educational opportunities for student groups.
• Maintain and update Green Dot website and Facebook pages.
• Distribute posters and resource cards across campus.
• Other departmental projects as assigned.