Do you have a passion for learning, creativity, and technology? Do you have or are you looking to develop your communication and facilitation skills? How about an interest in how technology is re-shaping the way we live, work, and play? If you answered “Yes!” to any of these questions, then you just might be interested in working with (not for) the Digital Learning Commons during your academic tenure at the Monterey Institute.
The DLC has one opening for a Digital Media Consultant position for current (preferably first year) graduate students to complement our current team. We are seeking graduate assistants who may have particular skills or experience with data visualization, programming, and network analysis tools.
We’re also looking for team members to complement our current projects, or conjure up new ones entirely. Some of our recent projects include:
Send us an e-mail indicating your interest in working with the DLC and how you would contribute to the team based on your background, skills, and familiarity with our core activities and projects. Be sure to include link(s) to a digital space or project(s) that you led or produced (website, e-portfolio, blog post, video, podcast) that showcases your skill-set and experience.
Applications should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org, addressed to Bob Cole and Rebecca Walters ASAP, we will conduct interviews starting immediately until the position is filled.