STEAM Events Curator Intern

POSITION OVERVIEW

The STEAM Events Curator Intern is the Academy’s go to for all (you guessed it!) super awesome STEM events! Reporting directly to the Creative Director, the STEM Event Specialist is responsible for the overall execution (and occasional development) of special events to further the mission. Past events include the Great STEM Summit, Community Build Days, H@ck the Park Fest, etc. The position requires strong leadership, delegation abilities, and like everything with the Academy – a TON of creativity!

Compensation: $2,000.00 USD stipend / Month

Commitment: ~ 30 Hrs/Week

Travel: Some

AmeriCorps

Americorps engages more than 80,000 community members nation-wide,  in intensive service each year at non profits, schools, public agencies, and community and faith-based groups across the country. 

What You’ll Do 

The STEM Events Curator Intern is the Academy’s go to for all (you guessed it!) super awesome STEM events! Reporting directly to the Creative Director, the STEM Event Specialist is responsible for the overall execution (and occasional development) of special events to further the mission. This includes our staple events:

  • 5000 WATTS

  • The Great STEM Summit

  • Community Build  Days

  •  H@ck the Park Fest, etc.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Coordinate and support the implementation of Academy special events in collaboration with the Creative Director

  • Establish and maintain personal contact and relationships sponsors and partners 

  • Secure funding via grant writing and sponsorship. 

  •  Aide in the assistance of branding and development of promotional material 

  •  Maintaining timeline as developed by ED and STEM Event Specialist 

  •  Develop reports detailing the results of event utilizing both quantifiable and abstract measurements 

  •  Ensure records are kept of attendance, school district participation, etc. 

  •  Lead team meetings for events as needed 

  • Coordinate team meetings for event committee 

  •  Maintain calendar and timeline as defined by organization.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • Understanding of nonprofit organizational structure

  • Exceptional written and oral communication skills

  • Excellent research skills

  • Knowledge of wealth and education disparities in underserved communities

  • Strategize and lead new initiatives in a team environment

  • Familiarity with Asana

  • Familiarity with Microsoft Word and Excel