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MIT Edgerton Center Curriculum Manager

Wednesday, September 18th, 2019 to Wednesday, September 16th, 2020 (ET)


Supervisor(s)Amanda Mayer
Hiring ManagerAmanda Mayer
Age Limit18 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.
Requirement Details
Must be an MIT student
CausesCommunity Education Health Non-Profit Business Services STEM
SkillsEvent Planning Help w/People Math Skills Moving Office Work Sales & Business Development
Sustainable Development Goals

Location: MIT Edgerton Center 10-110, 77 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139