“e” inc. – the environment science discovery & action center seeks an intern to support science and leadership programs for Boston youth. This intern will have the opportunity to work with middle school students in both formal and informal teaching settings.
The Student Support Intern will be assigned to
Boston Green Academy, Brighton (Mon & Tue, 8am-12pm)
An “e” inc. Educator leads three 1-hr lessons to 6th - 8th graders on environmental science & justice themes. These students have many outside stressors and benefit from having additional support in the classroom.
The Student Support Intern’s role would be to:
Please apply if:
You have experience working with middle school students.
You are knowledgeable about supporting students with a variety of stressors, such as familial instability, new immigration, lack of adequate financial support at home, etc.
You are mature, focused, and able to negotiate a role within a larger urban institution.
Please send a resume and brief description of relevant experiences & skills to Thi.Tran@einc-action.org.
Student Support Intern
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"e" inc. is looking for a part-time Student Support Intern
& Full-Time Educator
“e” inc. – the environment science learning and action center based in Boston, is looking for a part-time Environment Science Educator.
"e" inc. is currently seeking environmental educators skilled in working in urban settings for our environmental science and sustainability programs with children in schools, after schools, and community centers in Boston, Cambridge and Somerville. "e" inc. is a non-profit that educates and supports children and adults to be lifetime protectors of their planet. We accomplish this by teaching robust science regarding natural resource systems and by helping individuals, groups, and classes get action education and activities that translate into actions that foster sustainability locally and globally. A key goal for “e” inc. is also closing the city science achievement gap through a strong focus on urban learners.
Educators will receive training, supervision and support, and educators are given many opportunities to grow their nonprofit administrative skills and take on leadership roles.
- Learning, and then teaching, several different project-based, hands-on natural science curricula at different urban sites.
o Teaching environmental science lessons at community centers
o Hosting field trip groups on the waterfront or in forest parks
o Helping to lead “e” inc.’s 2-week summer science day camp
- School year:
o Teaching sustainability and environmental science enrichment programs in schools
o Developing/supporting student-led action projects in schools
o Leading after school science lessons at schools and community centers
- Position is full time, approximately 35-40 hours per week
Please apply if:
To apply, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Include a cover letter, your resume and 3 references.