Summer Curriculum Development Internship
The EiE Curriculum Development Intern will review and help to edit new lessons and lessons being pilot tested in camp programs. Intern will engage in brainstorming sessions with the curriculum team, and may attend observations to understand how lessons are being implemented in camp programs.
Engineering is Elementary (EiE) is a classroom-tested curriculum that integrates engineering and technology concepts and skills with elementary science topics. EiE is currently working to create two new curricular programs aimed at children in afterschool or camp. Engineering Adventures is designed for upper elementary students, while Engineering Everywhere is designed for middle school students.
- Gain familiarity with Next Generation Science Standards
- Edit and revise lessons.
- Work alongside EiE staff to research and brainstorm new curricular units.
- Knowledge and/or interest in elementary science education and standards
- Responsible self-starter and independent worker
Hours / Days Per Week
7 - 14 hours/week, somewhat flexible within Monday-Friday 9-5 timeframe.
$8 - $8.25/hour
Summer 2014 (May/June – August)
How To Apply
In order to be considered for an internship, please email the internship program coordinator with the following:
- The exact internship position title in the subject line
- A cover letter detailing your interest in and relevant experience related to a specific internship position
- A resumé that includes contact information of three references
You may apply for multiple positions; please send a separate email with a tailored cover letter for each position. Emails are preferred and can be processed more quickly. However, we are also able to accept cover letters and resumés by mail or fax if necessary:
Mail to:Internship Program Coordinator Museum of Science Science Park Boston, MA 02114
617-589-0362 (FAX) firstname.lastname@example.org
Equal Opportunity Employer
The Museum of Science seeks to recruit, hire, develop, promote, and retain individuals from racially and culturally diverse backgrounds and persons with disabilities. We strive to create and sustain a more affirming environment for all staff, interns, volunteers, trustees and overseers. We value expertise gained at the Museum and encourage professional development and career growth.