Hours per week
12 hours per week
Qualifications: *Females Only • STEM and/or Education majors • High School student excelling in math and/or science • Positive, outgoing, and flexible personality • Self-motivated and dedicated individual • Experience working with girls (preferred) • Goal-oriented and good time manager • Classroom management skills helpful • Ability to succeed in an informal classroom atmosphere • Extremely organized • Excellent communication skills • Reliable transportation • Minority or from an under-resourced community (preferred)
Reports To: Director of Esteem Girls Purpose of Job: Interns have the opportunity to improve their classroom management skills, teaching style, leadership abilities, and gain curriculum writing experience. Join Esteem Girls efforts to educate, empower, and build girl’s self-esteem in STEM! Program leaders serve as positive and fun role models for the girls! Duties & Responsibilities: *Mandatory Curriculum Training • Lead after-school/summer curriculum (curriculum provided by Esteem Girls) • Implement and run engaging icebreakers • Prepare materials needed prior to each week (Esteem Girls provides materials) • Learn and implement the Esteem Girls method within ALL program activities • Maintain program attendance and evaluation information • Act as an Esteem Girls liaison to students and positive role model • Responsible for clean up after lessons • Provide feedback to director • Other duties as needed
Terms of Employment: • Summer: Mandatory Training June 18-21st. Camp June 25-August 24, 2018 shifts: 8-11am, 11am-2pm, 2pm-3pm. Interns choose 4 shifts per week.
Esteem Girls trains and employs a myriad of interns each year, comprised of undergraduate
students, to help implement its after school, community STEM education, tutoring, and
summer camp programs.
The Esteem Girls Internship Program encourages talented science, technology, engineering,
math (STEM), and education major students to pursue working with elementary and middle
school age students. It provides hands on, advanced program implementation and pre-service
teaching experience in STEM activities. The internship position allows college students to make
important contributions to Esteem Girls and the community while being potential STEM
educators and/or program implementers to work within their field of study and grow
professionally and personally.
Why Become an Esteem Girl Leader?
Gain experience in program logistics and implementation
Hands on work experience in an educational setting
Deliver a fun, informal STEM programs with small groups of students
Improve classroom management skills, teaching style, and gain curriculum writing
Increase your confidence delivering STEM focused material
On the job training in 1) academic enrichment stem education 2) the Esteem Girls
method 3) socioeconomic and gender equity in the classroom, and 4) other issues
relating to STEM and integrated STEM education
Enhance your leadership and communication skills
How To Apply
Visit our website link to print an application and return it via email.