COME: Site Coordinator
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The Site Coordinator role is the main point of contact between the community site JerseySTEM partners with and JerseySTEM.
Please note: This is an unpaid, volunteer position.
- Meet with the community site (YMCA, schools, libraries, etc) to lay down the logistics of how each class will run
- Ensures the classes run smoothly each week, taking attendance of the coaches and students at the site
- Reports information that the rest of the Program Ops team need to know (number of students at the site, number of computers available, etc)
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
- Genuine concern in solving the gender and opportunity gap in STEM education
- Resourceful, can-do attitude, flexible
- Networking experience
- Sales experience preferred
- Previous non-profit experience preferred
Weekly Time Commitment
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36 Chatham Road, Summit, NJ 07901, US
Our Mission JerseySTEM is a grassroots 501(c) nonprofit organization dedicated to bringing Science, Technology, Engineering and Math ("STEM") education to pre-teen and teenage girls and underserved children in New Jersey. We partner with socially responsible companies and their employees, youth organizations in underserved communities, and civic-minded college students and universities. Together we develop and deliver innovative, hands-on afterschool projects and inquiry-based learning opportunities that develop teamwork, 21st century problem solving skills, and self esteem. Our Goals Reduce the gender gap in STEM participation by serving 25,000 girls by 2025 Bridge the innovation gap in STEM education by introducing novel formats for teaching Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math Address the opportunity gap by expanding access to STEM programs in underserved communities
Incorporated in 2013, JerseySTEM started bringing afterschool enrichment programs to middle school girls in 2015.
We have since provided 1,000 students with exposure to afterschool enrichment programs delivering more than 20,000 hours of instruction. Students learn to code, build robots, solve problems and through that process gain self-esteem and confidence that they can be the leaders of tomorrow.