Is STOMP for me?
The position of a STOMP fellow is a paid job open to all undergraduate and graduate Tufts students and can be used for a work-study program. Applicants from all disciplines are welcome with preference given to those who have STEM or Child Development/Education backgrounds. That being said, anyone who could feel comfortable teaching technology, engineering, and science concepts at a K-8 level should apply (training on how to do this will be provided should you choose to participate). Please be prepared to make a weekly commitment of 6-8 hours. You must attend weekly meetings on Wednesday during open block from 12 to 1pm.
For more information about Tufts STOMP and the responsibilities of a Tufts STOMP fellow, please feel free to take a look at the STOMP Fellow Contract.
How do I apply?
Due to the current health crisis, STOMP will be on hiatus for the 2020-2021 school year. If you would like to be notified of future job opportunities, please fill out this survey.
Interested in STEM Education, but don’t have much previous experience?
The STOMP Fellow Residency Program is designed for students who are interested in STEM and teaching, but don’t have much experience in the classroom. You do not have to be an Engineer or STEM major to be a STOMP Fellow Residence. We are looking for students of diverse majors, interests and backgrounds to join! If you are not hired as a STOMP Fellow, your application will be considered for this program.
Being a STOMP Residency Fellow is a paid position.