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ORGANIZATION: Think Round, Inc.

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Volunteer AI Prompt Engineer - Virtual Interactive Immersive Experience

Organization: Think Round, Inc.

Location: Remote (Open to volunteers from anywhere)

Duration: Flexible, minimum 3 months commitment

About Think Round, Inc.: Think Round, Inc. is a forward-thinking non-profit organization dedicated to fostering creativity, empathy, and global unity through innovative projects. Our mission is to create inclusive and transformative experiences that bring people from diverse backgrounds together to envision a harmonious future. The Paradise Project and The Center for the Human Family are our visionary initiatives aimed at building a virtual interactive immersive experience that promotes understanding, empathy, and positive action.

Position Summary: Think Round, Inc. is seeking a passionate and skilled volunteer AI Prompt Engineer to contribute to the development of our groundbreaking virtual interactive immersive experience. As an AI Prompt Engineer, you will play a vital role in creating dynamic and engaging conversational interactions within the virtual environment. Your work will enable visitors to actively engage with AI systems, fostering a deeper understanding of various perspectives, cultures, and issues.


  • Collaborate with the project team to understand the vision and objectives of The Paradise Project and The Center for the Human Family.
  • Design and implement AI prompts and conversations that align with the project's themes, encouraging meaningful interactions and empathetic connections.
  • Develop and refine conversational flows to ensure a seamless and immersive user experience.
  • Integrate AI-generated responses into the virtual environment, taking into account diverse user inputs and potential branching paths.
  • Use natural language processing (NLP) techniques to enhance the AI's ability to comprehend and respond contextually.
  • Work closely with the content creators, artists, and developers to align AI interactions with the overall narrative and artistic elements.
  • Test and iterate on AI prompts to improve response accuracy, relevance, and emotional impact.
  • Ensure that the AI system adheres to ethical guidelines and promotes inclusivity and respect for all users.
  • Stay up-to-date with the latest advancements in AI, NLP, and virtual interactive experiences to propose innovative ideas and approaches.


  • Proficiency in AI programming languages (e.g., Python, TensorFlow, PyTorch) and experience with natural language processing (NLP) libraries.
  • Familiarity with creating conversational AI systems, chatbots, or virtual assistants.
  • Strong understanding of user experience (UX) design principles in interactive environments.
  • Knowledge of ethical considerations related to AI, privacy, and data protection.
  • Excellent communication skills and the ability to work collaboratively in a diverse team.
  • A passion for promoting empathy, understanding, and positive change through technology and the arts.


  • Contribute to a groundbreaking project that aims to create a positive impact on a global scale.
  • Gain hands-on experience in cutting-edge AI technologies and virtual interactive experiences.
  • Showcase your skills and creativity in a project that embraces innovation and artistic expression.
  • Be part of a collaborative and forward-thinking team working towards a harmonious future.

If you are excited about the potential of AI to drive positive change and eager to contribute your expertise to an ambitious project, we would love to have you on board! Help us create an inclusive and transformative virtual experience that brings people together and inspires collective action.

How to Apply: To apply for the volunteer AI Prompt Engineer position, please submit your resume, a brief cover letter detailing your interest in the role and relevant experience, and any portfolio showcasing your AI development work to heidi@thinkround.org. We look forward to reviewing your application and embarking on this incredible journey together.

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About Think Round, Inc.


2140 Bush St. Apt. 1, San Francisco, CA 94115, US

Mission Statement

Our mission is to demonstrate life's fullest potential through the arts and sciences, especially where environmental concerns meet neighborhoods.


Think Round, Inc. is a 501(c)3 nonprofit founded in 2004 by Heidi Hardin. Think Round is also an E-verify employer seeking art students of all types. Heidi is a fine artist who served as an original member of SF’s Hunters Point Shipyard (HPS) artists & the Citizen’s Advisory Committee for Reuse of HPS. Since 1992, Heidi has created & implemented nationally acclaimed art & science programs for children & their families in Bayview Hunters Point. Teaching art & science, & community history, & serving as museum artist at the deYoung, shaped her vision art that tells a multifaceted story of family, faith, community & culture. Think Round’s programs reflect the same core concerns that guide her own artwork: a deep love of humankind & the planet.

The heart of Think Round’s programs is The Human Family Tree/A Walk Through Paradise (Paradise), a multimedia art installation. Paradise is a collaboration of visionaries that includes paintings, original music, & finds common threads in diverse families, ethnicities & cultures. It draws from Hardin’s work: empowering children, youth & families through art & science. A permanent home for Paradise & for related experiential programs that advance Think Round’s commitment to education is The Center for the Human Family. The current form of The Center for the Human Family is Think Round Fine Arts where artists, who champion Think Round values, show & discuss their art. "Earth is home. Humans are family."


Arts & Culture
Computers & Technology
Education & Literacy
Arts & Culture, Computers & Technology, Education & Literacy


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  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • 10-20 hours/week
  • Team work!

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