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Virtual Instructional Design Internship

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ORGANIZATION: KeelWorks Foundation

  • A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
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To be clear, the internship isn't like most others. We initially created this internship to build core competency assets. It has evolved into a teaching program for graduate students and others interested in entering the field of instructional design.

This program is designed to develop outstanding instructional designers. Interns learn while developing a course for KeelWorks. They can put this experience on their resume as instructional design experience. Most instructional designers have a master's degree in instructional design or a master's of Education. This isn't required for the internship, but helpful for employment. Many are transitioning teachers. As interns complete learning on instructional design, they also develop content. There are process documents for every phase of design/development. Interns will learn to use Photoshop, Audition, and Captivate (and/or Storyline) to build scenarios, simulations, quizzes, and roll-overs. To benefit from this internship, interns should be able to give five hours a week to the program, and that time should be spread over the week. Interns gain confidence in their ability to support instructional design projects. This confidence serves them well in the job interview. If you respond to this opportunity, to receive an intern agreement. Read it carefully, and if you choose to agree, complete the fields and email to request a time to meet.

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About KeelWorks Foundation


N/A, N/A, WA 98277, US

Mission Statement

To support a better world with better citizens by fostering learning competence, emotional intelligence, and networked intelligence. KeelWorks especially wishes to bring greater participation to the economically disadvantaged across the globe. We measure success by progress in competency (not grades). We build nurture hope for dreams by building competence.


We are a charitable non-profit virtual foundation. Founded in 2009, we've worked with over 300 graduate students and past students helping them bridge the gap from education to gainful employment while helping KeelWorks build a structure for people needing change. Our goal is to be the equalizer, bringing those on the outside looking in to the inside. Our goal is to end poverty across the world, one life change at a time. Our special approach involves grouping people for mutual support, teaching core competencies, and supporting goals with objective progress metrics and team accountability, We hope to build a structure for change that can be replicated hundreds and thousands of times. We don't give participants fish, but hope to teach them to fish for themselves.


Children & Youth
Computers & Technology
Education & Literacy
Children & Youth, Computers & Technology, Education & Literacy


We'll work with your schedule.


This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.


  • Basic Computer Skills
  • Google Apps
  • Organization
  • People Skills
  • Problem Solving
  • Verbal / Written Communication


  • Group


  • Must be at least 16
  • Five hours a week, consistently, spread out through the week, rather than in lump payment at one sitting.
  • Comfort with near daily team communication - just minutes at a time. Motivation to learn and the energy to make things happen when others are not engaging.

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