|Hiring Manager||Amanda Mayer|
|Age Limit||18 and up|
The Edgerton Center and the local public service organization, People Making a Difference (PMD), are seeking two work-study MIT students to support our life science curriculum distribution project. The work will be campus-based and may include attendance at occasional local assembly events. The work will focus on managing a small business, including setting up an inventory system, managing the assembly, packing, and distribution of our DNA, Proteins, tRNA and Chromosomes classroom materials, and working with local non-profits and/or volunteers to assist in the process. Interest in life sciences may make it more interesting for the student, but is not necessary.
Student must be punctual, reliable, and accountable; self-motivated; effective verbal (in-person and via mobile phone) and email communication skills; able to work independently and also knows when to ask for guidance/assistance; experience in managing projects and managing volunteers recommended.
Must be an MIT student
|Causes||Community Education Health Non-Profit Business Services STEM|
|Skills||Event Planning Help w/People Math Skills Moving Office Work Sales & Business Development|
|Sustainable Development Goals|