UW Pipeline Project

May 11, 2018

Pipeline Project Internship Application 2018-2019 IS OPEN

Literacy Arts Alternative Spring Break Intern

Primary Duties:

  • Assist in recruitment for Literacy Arts Alternative Spring Break (ASB LA)
  • Lead planning in events to fund raise for ASB LA
  • Help assist in organizing and planning for the entire ASB LA program
  • Other projects as assigned

Desired Qualifications:

  • Past involvement in Alternative Spring Break or interest and experience in K-12 public education and service-learning
  • Experience in community organizing and event planning
  • Interest in enhancing collaboration between UW and Rural and Tribal Communities

Required Qualifications:

  • Student at the University of Washington
  • Strong organization, problem solving, and written and oral communication skills
  • Strong initiative, self-starter. Ability to creatively problem solve.
  • Enthusiasm, flexibility, self-direction
  • Work well both as a team member and independently

Campus Engagement and Outreach Intern

Primary Duties:

  • Coordinate Pipeline Tutor Family Groups program
  • Recruitment: Classroom presentations, tabling, and other ideas formulated by intern team
  • Primary Contact for RSO and ECC affiliation as Pipeline Tutor Group
  • Build partnerships with like minded organizations on campus through collaboration
  • Collaborate with Marketing and Communications intern to increase Pipeline visibility on campus and event attendance

Desired Qualifications:

  • Past involvement in the Pipeline Project or interest and experience in K-12 public education and service-learning
  • Experience in community organizing and event planning
  • Interest in enhancing collaboration between UW and Seattle Public Schools

Required Qualifications:

  • Student at the University of Washington
  • Strong organization, problem solving, and written and oral communication skills
  • Strong initiative, self-starter. Ability to creatively problem solve.
  • Enthusiasm, flexibility, self-direction
  • Work well both as a team member and independently

Social Media and Communications Intern

Primary Duties:

  • Assist with creative, visual and marketing initiatives and projects
  • Improve and  update website and revamp social media platforms (
  • Weekly updates on social media and events
  • Oversee Pipeline Spotlight Program
    • Reach out to past and present Pipeline participants to collect their experiences
    • Find creative ways to incorporate Pipeline spotlights into recruitment activities.
  • Create all advertising for events as well as new flyers or signs for Pipeline Project programs

Desired Qualifications:

  • Marketing, Communication, or Design major preferred.
  • Background in graphic design and Adobe Suites a plus. Interest in photography and videography also a plus.
  • Social media savvy
  • Past involvement in the Pipeline Project or interest and experience in K-12 public education and service-learning

Required Qualifications:

  • Student at the University of Washington
  • Strong organization, problem solving, and written and oral communication skills
  • Strong initiative, self-starter. Ability to creatively problem solve.
  • Enthusiasm, flexibility, self-direction
  • Work well both as a team member and independently

Tutor Support and Curriculum Intern

Primary Duties:

  • Plan and organize Tutor Training Week, a weeklong set of workshops for tutors to make up their tutoring hours during school closures.
  • Develop, track, and grade Online Tutor Modules
  • Assist Pipeline Project staff in analyzing post-seminar survey data received from ~300 students participating in Inner Pipeline seminars
  • Document key impacts on UW student learning from Inner Pipeline seminar assessment data through a Pipeline Project Annual Report.  

Desired Qualifications:

  • Past involvement in the Pipeline Project or interest and experience in K-12 public education and service-learning
  • Experience in community organizing and event planning
  • Interest in enhancing collaboration between UW and Seattle Public Schools

Required Qualifications:

  • Student at the University of Washington
  • Strong organization, problem solving, and written and oral communication skills
  • Strong initiative, self-starter. Ability to creatively problem solve.
  • Enthusiasm, flexibility, self-direction
  • Work well both as a team member and independently

 

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