Student Research Employment Opportunity

Summer Employment Opportunities

The Building Information and Technology (bITS) program is seeking Temple University students to mentor high school students in a virtual project- based learning Summer program. Every summer, the BITS provides a paid opportunity for high school students (14-18-year-old). Although the focus of the program changes every summer, the program will aim to virtually engage youth participants in activities geared towards improving their digital skills, broadening their understanding of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), train them on E-Learning Resources, and enhance their preparedness for entering university programs once they graduate from high school.

Responsibilities Include:

Working with a collaborative team of graduate students, undergraduate students, and local high school students on research and development projects. As mentor, you will supervise high school students through various virtual engagement activities and assist with implementation of digital experience and completion of the contextual learning projects.

Requirements:

  • Must be eligible for Summer Work-Study.
  • Experience working with Learning Management System.
  • Strong ability to learn and implement new technologies quickly.
  • Must have work experience teaching or mentoring youth.
  • Mentors should be flexible, patient and enjoy working with youth
  • Must be available from June 29th to August 14th and work a minimum of 25 hours/week

Desired Majors:

  • Computer and Information Science
  • Education
  • Engineering
  • Business Management
  • Geography and Urban Studies
  • Any social sciences majors
  • Other majors are also encouraged to apply.

Level of Study:

Undergraduate and graduate students with work-study and Phd students

Note: This position requires a criminal background check and a Child abuse clearance

How to Apply:

If you are interested in working with the program, please complete this form here.

Or for more information about the position, please email Jean at jean.akingeneye@temple.edu.