This just in…

We are seeking a Curriculum Associate Intern to join the Spring team at Millennium Campus Network, a non-profit based in Boston transforming the future of global development practice by identifying and supporting key student leaders to:

1) re-think the paradigms that perpetuate inequality, including connecting how our social identities affect our work and including challenging all sectors in their effect on poverty

2) promote a human-centric and collaborative approach to global development based on authentic and community-led partnerships

3) transform dialogue into action by presenting opportunities to act, challenging youth towards advocacy, and celebrating concrete action.

The Curriculum Associate Intern will be focused in particular on developing the next iteration of the Millennium Campus Network’s Millennium Fellowship Program, which convenes university student organizations working to achieve one or more objectives of the United Nations Millennium Development Goals. Fellows build their individual organization’s capacity as well as their collective social impact.

 

The Curriculum Associate Intern will play a critical role in the next phase of developing the Millennium Fellowship. Using our current program structure (seen here), your key project is to assemble notes, templates, and powerpoints to develop a comprehensive set of lesson plans and supporting documents for use by all future Hub Site Directors in their training and leadership of the Millennium Fellowship. The Intern will work under the supervision of the Programs Manager.

 

The priority deadline is tomorrow – January 6 – but we will continue accepting applications on a rolling basis until the position is filled. All information about the position is available on Idealist here and is copied below.

 

Please let me know if you have any questions, and thank you for your help spreading the word!