We have multiple roles available for undergraduate assistants: help is needed with transcriptions (flexible hours, can work remotely) and within GET City - supporting youth in their design work and scaffolding opportunities for them to develop engineering plans that address community sustainability.
-Opportunities to conduct engineering and education research with MSU faculty and graduate students, produce first-author papers, and present findings at conferences and workshops across the U.S. -Opportunities to network with educational researchers for equitable learning in STEM, engineering professors, local venture capitalists, incubator representatives, and community/city leaders
-Opportunities to enhance mentoring/leadership, public speaking, and community engagement/community leadership skills
-Opportunities to attend small, personalized skill-building and reflection workshops with MSU faculty and graduate students in the College of Education
-Recommendation letters and professional introductions
-Show interest in facilitating equitable learning opportunities for youth of color in Lansing -Demonstrate skills of responsibility, consistency, and communication -Show interest in developing leadership skills -Must demonstrate a commitment to social justice
Please submit a CV and statement of interest to Sarah Keenan-Lechel at email@example.com and Day Greenberg at firstname.lastname@example.org.