Apply now for: Case by Case basis Only
Time commitment: At Least 2 Days Per Week; Flexible Hours
At the Teacher Resource Center any educator who works with pre-school through high school students can participate in professional development programs, talk to experienced educators and borrow materials like books, videos, posters, biofacts etc. for free. Undergraduate students, graduate students, or retired teachers can gain experience supporting the professional development programs by updating and redesigning existing curriculum, and creating new curriculum for educators.
Responsibilities: Projects will focus on science curriculum development and updating existing resources. Some existing curriculum may take priority based on material popularity but the majority of time can be spent on projects of intern’s own interest or specialty.
Qualifications: Strong interest in curriculum development is essential. Background in teaching or experience in curriculum design is preferred. This position is ideal for an education graduate student with an interest in marine science, or for a retired teacher interested in continuing their educational career.
*Note: This position is not available for the January Term.