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The Communication, Media, and Learning Technologies Design program (CMLTD) at Teachers College, Columbia University is at the forefront of the educational technology field. Internships within CMLTD emphasize the importance of bringing together effective pedagogy and practical application in the real-world. CMLTD interns can exert control over their educational process through applied learning and scholarships.

Interns work one-on-one with a CMLTD Internship Coordinator, who serves as a liaison between the intern and the supervisor at the placement company. Prior to the commencement of the internship, the intern and coordinator work together to design a plan and meet regularly throughout the semester to talk about coursework for the internship.

 

Application process

To obtain application details for a CMLTD internship, contact Professor Yoo Kyung Chang at ykc2110@tc.columbia.edu.

 

 

Current opportunities

(Posted on: 3/28/22)

Description

Friends Seminary is seeking a Computer Science and Maker Education Intern for April and May of 2022. The intern will support Third and Fourth grade programming and physical computing classes. The projects the intern will be involved with include:

  • Coding Micro:bit chips with Scratch 3.0 and revamping toys so that the Micro:bit chips can be incorporated in them. The toys then become controllers of Scratch games, animations and sound. 
  • Creating and coding “magic wands” with Scratch 3.0 and Micro:bit
  • Helping Third Graders teach kindergarten buddies to solve problems with Bee-Bot, Blue-Bot and KIBO robots
  • Making sure that students with a wide range of interests, abilities, and backgrounds develop programming confidence and skill
  • Helping improve and maintain systems for organizing digital resources and physical supplies

The intern will work with Judith Seidel, Friends Seminary’s Lower School Technology Integrator and Computer Science Faculty Member. Judith has developed and taught computer science curriculum in private, public and international schools, She helps coordinate NYCISTk6, advises student teachers from Columbia Teachers College, and is on the Advisory Board of the New York International Children’s Film Festival.

Requirements

  • Available approximately 20 hours a week. Your availability and the schedule of Third and Fourth Grade Computer Science classes will be taken into account as we create a workable schedule.
  • Experience programming in Scratch or another similar block-based programming language
  • Experience teaching elementary school children
  • Experience with physical computing and maker projects
  • Familiarity with design thinking models of education
  • Knowledge of additional programming languages is a plus.

Compensation will be based on the candidate’s level of experience and the number of hours worked each week. Those interested in applying for the position should send their resume and a cover letter to jseidel@friendsseminary.org.



(Posted on: 2/2/22)

Description

Org. Setting and Reporting

This internship is located with the Capacity Development and Operational Training Service (CDOTS)/Department of Operational Services (DOS).

DOS provides end-to-end operational support, advisory services and other solutions to the operating entities across the Secretariat, including other departments, offices-away-from-headquarters, field missions, and regional commissions.

CDOTS provides operational training, including training on enterprise resource management system and leads as the main facilitator of business process management activities in the UN Secretariat.

The internship is for a maximum period of six months. Due to COVID-19, candidates should be prepared to work remotely (telecommute) for the duration of the internship. The internship is UNPAID and full-time. Interns work five days per week (35 hours).

The Intern will work under the supervision of the Training/Programme Officer in charge.

Responsibilities
The intern will be assigned to the Umoja Training Team and will be part of a group of training specialist resources responsible for developing training content and delivering standards to prepare the users to the new system functionalities. Duties may include, but are not limited to:
  • Following the provided standards, guidelines and defined templates, assist with the development of instructional materials (tutorials, digital interactives material, user guides, audio and video scripts, story boards, tests, etc.) transforming technical information into professionally written, engaging instructions;
  • Maintain existing template and develop new template(s), instructions and guidelines for content creation and publishing framework. Assist and support content developers in troubleshooting the chosen authoring tools, research and advise training team on best industry practice and standard for capturing screens, packaging training module, building interactive SCORM tutorials, developing training aids, course tests, evaluations and assessments for certification;
  • Creates visual templates, infographics, animations and other graphic design elements to enrich the training materials.
Competencies

Communication: Speaks and writes clearly and effectively. Listens to others, correctly interprets messages from others and responds appropriately. Asks questions to clarify, and exhibits interest in having two-way communication. Tailors language, tone, style and format to match the audience. Demonstrates openness in sharing information and keeping people informed.

Teamwork: Works collaboratively with colleagues to achieve organizational goals. Solicits input by genuinely valuing others’ ideas and expertise; is willing to learn from others. Places team agenda before personal agenda. Supports and acts in accordance with final group decision, even when such decisions may not entirely reflect own position. Shares credit for team accomplishments and accepts joint responsibility for team shortcomings.

Client Orientation: Considers all those to whom services are provided to be “clients ” and seeks to see things from clients’ point of view. Establishes and maintains productive partnerships with clients by gaining their trust and respect. Identifies clients’ needs and matches them to appropriate solutions. Monitors ongoing developments inside and outside the clients’ environment to keep informed and anticipate problems. Keeps clients informed of progress or setbacks in projects. Meets timeline for delivery of products or services to client

 
Education

Applicants must meet one of the following requirements: (a) be enrolled in a graduate school programme (second university degree or equivalent, or higher) in the areas of Instructional Design, Education, Training, Media Design, Human Resources Development; ; (b) be enrolled in the final academic year of a first university degree programme (minimum Bachelor’s level or equivalent); or (c) have graduated with a university degree (as defined above)

Have a demonstrated keen interest in the work of the United Nations and have a personal commitment to the ideals of the Charter; and

Have a demonstrated ability to successfully interact with individuals of different cultural backgrounds and beliefs, which include willingness to try and understand and be tolerant of differing opinions and views.

Applicants should preferably be enrolled in a programme (see point a and b) or have graduated (see point c) in the area of Instructional Design, Education, Training, Media Design, Human Resources Development.

Be computer literate in standard software applications and be knowledgeable in Adobe Creative Suite products (InDesign, Illustrator, Animation and Photoshop), and/or Articulate 360. Knowledge in eLearning gamification is desired..

 
Work Experience

No working experience is required to apply for the United Nations Internship Programme. Your training, education, advance course work or skills should benefit the United Nations during your internship.

Languages

English and French are the working languages of the United Nations Secretariat. For the position advertised, fluency in English is required. Knowledge of another official UN language is an advantage.

Assessment

Potential candidates will be contacted directly by the hiring manager for further consideration.

Special Notice

In the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, applicants may be requested to undertake the internship remotely in view of constraints regarding visa issuance, international travel and access to UN premises. Applicants must be willing and prepared to undertake the internship remotely for a part or the entirety of the internship.

Completed online application (Cover Note and Personal History Profile) is required. Incomplete applications will not be reviewed.

The Cover Note must include:

  • Title of degree you are currently pursuing or the title of the degree you have obtained;
  • Graduation Date (When will you be graduating/ have graduated from the programme?);
  • IT skills and programmes that you are proficient in;
  • Top three areas of interest;
  • Explain why you are the best candidate for this specific internship;
  • Explain your interest in the United Nations Internship Programme;

In your online Personal History Profile, be sure to include all past work experiences, IT skills and three references.

Due to the high volume of applications received, ONLY successful candidates will be contacted.

Applicants who are children or siblings of a staff member shall not be eligible to apply for an internship at the United Nations.

At the United Nations, the paramount consideration in the recruitment and employment of staff is the necessity of securing the highest standards of efficiency, competence and integrity, with due regard to geographic diversity. All employment decisions are made on the basis of qualifications and organizational needs. The United Nations is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment of mutual respect. The United Nations recruits and employs staff regardless of gender identity, sexual orientation, race, religious, cultural and ethnic backgrounds or disabilities. Reasonable accommodation for applicants with disabilities may be provided to support participation in the recruitment process when requested and indicated in the application.

Interns are not financially remunerated by the United Nations. Costs and arrangements for travel, visas, accommodation and living expenses are the responsibility of interns or their sponsoring institutions.

For internships in the United States of America, interns who are not United States citizens, permanent residents or not currently in the United States on a non-immigrant visa status will be required to obtain a G-4 visa. If already in the United States of America on another non-immigrant visa status other than G-4, interns will be responsible for ensuring that they have a valid visa, and if required, employment authorization, allowing them to undertake the internship.

 

United Nations Considerations

According to article 101, paragraph 3, of the Charter of the United Nations, the paramount consideration in the employment of the staff is the necessity of securing the highest standards of efficiency, competence, and integrity. Candidates will not be considered for employment with the United Nations if they have committed violations of international human rights law, violations of international humanitarian law, sexual exploitation, sexual abuse, or sexual harassment, or if there are reasonable grounds to believe that they have been involved in the commission of any of these acts. The term “sexual exploitation” means any actual or attempted abuse of a position of vulnerability, differential power, or trust, for sexual purposes, including, but not limited to, profiting monetarily, socially or politically from the sexual exploitation of another. The term “sexual abuse” means the actual or threatened physical intrusion of a sexual nature, whether by force or under unequal or coercive conditions. The term “sexual harassment” means any unwelcome conduct of a sexual nature that might reasonably be expected or be perceived to cause offence or humiliation, when such conduct interferes with work, is made a condition of employment or creates an intimidating, hostile or offensive work environment, and when the gravity of the conduct warrants the termination of the perpetrator’s working relationship. Candidates who have committed crimes other than minor traffic offences may not be considered for employment.

Due regard will be paid to the importance of recruiting the staff on as wide a geographical basis as possible. The United Nations places no restrictions on the eligibility of men and women to participate in any capacity and under conditions of equality in its principal and subsidiary organs. The United Nations Secretariat is a non-smoking environment.

The paramount consideration in the appointment, transfer, or promotion of staff shall be the necessity of securing the highest standards of efficiency, competence, and integrity. By accepting an offer of appointment, United Nations staff members are subject to the authority of the Secretary-General and assignment by him or her to any activities or offices of the United Nations in accordance with staff regulation 1.2 (c). In this context, all internationally recruited staff members shall be required to move periodically to discharge new functions within or across duty stations under conditions established by the Secretary-General.

Applicants are urged to follow carefully all instructions available in the online recruitment platform, inspira. For more detailed guidance, applicants may refer to the Manual for the Applicant, which can be accessed by clicking on “Manuals” hyper-link on the upper right side of the inspira account-holder homepage.

The evaluation of applicants will be conducted on the basis of the information submitted in the application according to the evaluation criteria of the job opening and the applicable internal legislations of the United Nations including the Charter of the United Nations, resolutions of the General Assembly, the Staff Regulations and Rules, administrative issuances and guidelines. Applicants must provide complete and accurate information pertaining to their personal profile and qualifications according to the instructions provided in inspira to be considered for the current job opening. No amendment, addition, deletion, revision or modification shall be made to applications that have been submitted. Candidates under serious consideration for selection will be subject to reference checks to verify the information provided in the application.

Job openings advertised on the Careers Portal will be removed at 11:59 p.m. (New York time) on the deadline date.

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(Posted on: 1/25/22)
 

Description

About Us & the Internship Program 

Do you have an interest in learning design, higher education and educational technology? If so, come join the School of Professional Studies (SPS) Instructional Design internship program! Candidates should demonstrate an interest in supporting teaching and learning with technology and technology-rich environments, and should be able to adapt easily as educational environments evolve. Our interns will participate in a range of activities including projects related to their areas of study. We are particularly interested in applicants who want to develop themselves as learning designers while serving the faculty and students of SPS at Columbia University. Find out more about SPS and its educational initiatives and program offerings by visiting http://sps.columbia.edu/

Our Instructional Design interns will be part of an ongoing discussion about the future of education. They will also contribute to the tools being created by our Online Curriculum and Instruction (OCI) department in order to meet the needs of our academic programs, faculty and students. The Instructional Design team offers a collegial professional environment, and opportunities to help shape the SPS learning environment for the Columbia community. 

SPS is home to a suite of academic programs that span the continuum from high school and pre-college students through lifelong learners. With over seventeen master’s degrees, we provide innovative offerings at the highest levels of academic excellence to a global audience. Our mission is to provide a rigorous education, informed by rapidly evolving global market needs that supports the academic and professional aspirations of our diverse student community. 

We are looking for one to two instructional design interns to help us support these goals. 

This is a semester-long internship that follows the Columbia University academic calendar. As a result, interns will work between 10-14 hours per week and will not be required to work during Columbia University academic holidays.This internship could be renewed at the end of each semester based on the intern’s and the SPS supervisor’s interests. The daily work responsibilities will be based on the immediate needs of the Online Curriculum and Instruction department, the Instructional Design supervisor’s availability and the intern’s availability. The intern will work under the direct supervision of full-time instructional design team members. 

Academic platforms used at SPS include our learning management system (Canvas), e-portfolios (PebblePad), enterprise storage (Google Drive), Google Apps, web conferencing (Zoom), surveys (Qualtrics), numerous LTI tools that integrate with Canvas such as Voicethread, Panopto, Proctorio, etc. and any pilot programs for new technology platforms. 

Essential Responsibilities of the Instructional Design Intern: 

Reporting to the Senior Director of Instructional Design and Curriculum Support and/or full-time Senior instructional designers, the intern will: 

  1. Collaborate with SPS instructional designers and other Online Curriculum and Instruction (OCI) stakeholders to develop and adapt course content toward the goals and instructional objectives of the course.
  2. Design, develop, or draft course content to support this process. Content can include: a. Descriptions of the course and its learning goals 
    • Instructional guides for educational technology used in a course 
    • Multimedia materials and instructional videos 
    • Course materials 
    • Instructions for class activities and assessments
    • Learning evaluations, surveys, or other data collection instruments 
    • Grading rubrics 
  3. Assist with converting existing instructor-led material to online or blended delivery format.
  4. Assist in researching and organizing information to write instructional materials, tutorials, audio/video scripts, and storyboards. 
  5. Participate in Online Curriculum and Instruction meetings as needed / scheduled by the supervisor - may include the weekly check-in with supervisor(s), team meetings, working group meetings, program meetings.
  6. Update and record work through the team's project management and tracking software to inform the team of progress on assigned projects. 
  7. Support additional course build and course migration projects in the Canvas LMS, as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications: 

  • Currently or recently enrolled in a Masters, EdM or Doctorate degree program at an accredited University
  • Demonstrated interest in learning about instructional design in a higher education context, particularly online or blended learning, teaching, or tutoring experience in higher education. 
  • Demonstrated experience (through other positions, internships, course assistantships or coursework) with instructional design theories and practice and/or online or hybrid course development. 
  • Detail-oriented and deadline driven. 
  • Outstanding organization, written and verbal communication, interpersonal and technical skills.
  • Willing to devote 10-14 hours per week for the duration of the internship (minimum of 1 semester commitment) 

Preferred Qualifications: 

  • 1+ year of full-time working experience 
  • Experience in customer service and administrative support 
  • Knowledge of learning management systems, particularly Canvas 
  • Skills with educational technology and/or multimedia software such as: Canvas LTI tools, Adobe Captivate, Adobe Creative Suite, Camtasia (or similar tools for edtech or editing) 

Benefits for interns: 

  • Opportunity to develop career experience in an organizational setting with supervision and guidance
  • Exposure to technology vendors and crowd-source communities such as Panopto (for video hosting and editing); Zoom (for web conferencing); Instructure’s Canvas (for learning management systems), etc., etc.
  • New learning opportunities to apply theory to practice 
  • Cross-collaboration and team building opportunities across the SPS departments dedicated to developing course materials, which include our instructional design team, online webinar support team, platform support team, academic technology team, media team and more. 
  • Development of a portfolio of eLearning resources that can be used in support of intern’s job searches. Projects and products may be used as evidence of professional accomplishment as students and graduates present themselves to potential employers. 
  • Complete one special project or product to benefit the fieldwork placement department.
  • Upon satisfactory completion of the internship, interns receive a letter of recommendation from the supervising department, and/or course samples for portfolio evidence or capstone requirements. 

How to Apply: 

Interested candidates should send their resume and transcript (unofficial copy is acceptable) to Ariel Fleurimond, Senior Director of Instructional Design and Curriculum Support (af2830@columbia.edu) and respond to the following questions in a cover email:

  • Your name, your current degree program you are enrolled in, the name of your program advisor (if any), and your expected graduation date (month, year) 
  • A brief summary of your instructional or teaching assistant experience (or other work experience) relevant to the qualifications listed above. 
  • Your class schedule for the semester. 
  • What has been your favorite course at your school and why? 
  • What is your regular availability during the week (M-F, 9am - 6pm) during the semester?
  • Are there challenges that prevent you from working on projects and meeting with staff remotely (outside of our offices)? If so, what are those challenges? 
  • Do you have access to a computer, either a desktop or laptop, and reliable internet connection?
(Posted on: 1/19/22)
 

Description

JOB TITLE: Online Course Facilitator, Pre-College Programs | Internship in Building Community

DEPARTMENT & SCHOOL: Pre-College Programs, School of Professional Studies

TITLE THIS POSITION REPORTS TO: Assistant Director, Pre-College Programs
(Online)

Position Summary
Reporting to the Assistant Director, Pre-College Programs, the incumbent performs a variety of tasks to support the Pre-College Programs at the School of Professional Studies. The Pre-College Course Facilitator will serve as an assistant to an instructor in the coordination of an online classroom. Additionally, the employee will have responsibilities inherent in their role as a representative of Columbia University, including successful completion of required trainings and adherence to University policy and protocols.

Responsibilities


COURSE FACILITATOR

● Attend training sessions and modules to learn the online curricular technology being used for the virtual classroom. Technologies include, but are not limited to, CourseWorks and Zoom.
● Perform duties in a classroom support capacity as assigned by the program or their designated instructor(s).
● Be available to their assigned instructor(s) or program leadership for training and preparation tasks related to the course and its execution in addition to regularly scheduled course hours.
● Work to ensure that students are effectively and responsibly engaging with their course work and community life.

GENERAL

● Attend and actively engage in mandatory training seminars prior to the start of the student program sessions.
● Provide technical and logistical assistance to their designated instructor(s) and students.
● Promote community engagement by connecting students with information about program offerings beyond the classroom.
● Collaborate with the student life team to develop and lead engaging co-curricular programs online.
● Be attentive to program events, news, schedule and calendars and serve as a resource to students and other community members in respect to such items.
● Act as a model of proper behavior and attitude for the students of the program, a responsibility which extends to all instances in which the incumbent is acting in an official capacity or interacting with community members.
● Engage seriously in the program and seek to make a contribution that furthers the goal of building community among the interns, staff, and high school students.
● Attend bi-weekly staff meetings

ADDITIONAL DUTIES AS ASSIGNED

The incumbent must be willing to engage in additional work, in student life, academic affairs or program coordination, as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications

● High School Diploma or equivalent
● Must be enrolled at an American college or university.
● Must be located in the United States during the time of employment

Preferred Qualifications

● Experience with Zoom and Canvas.
● Proven ability to work effectively within a collaborative team setting.
● Ability to work independently on multiple work streams.
● Ability to handle confidential information in a mature, professional manner.

Other Requirements

● Must undergo a mandatory background check – employment contingent upon results.
● Complete Protection of Minors training.
● Must have completed at least one academic year of study at an American college or university by the start of the internship

(Posted on 1/12/22)

Description

Are you working at an organization with social or environmental value this summer?  You may be eligible for the Tamer Center Social Enterprise Summer Fellowship Program!

The Tamer Center for Social Enterprise provides financial support to undergraduate/graduate students engaged in summer internships with social and environmental value.  You may be eligible to apply if:

  • You are a non-graduating student (currently in year 1 or 2 of a graduate program or an undergraduate freshman, sophomore, or junior)
  • You will be working at a social venture or a social or environmental entrepreneurship-focused organization which is less than 7 years old (or solely dedicated to social enterprise)
  • Your internship is 6-10 weeks long, full-time, and concludes on or about August 31st

For complete guidelines, please visit our website or contact us at:  tamersesf@gmail.com

(Posted on 1/5/22)

Description

Thinktown America, the American-based division of Thinktown Education, is seeking a motivated Academic Advisor (Art History Track) to work full-time in our New York office (Currently we are working from home through December 2021). The responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

IB Visual Arts product:

·      Develops and distributes course materials to supplement classroom lessons, including study guides

·      Researches IB-Visual Arts topics and develop curriculum plan

·      Guides students on Theoretical Practice, Curatorial Practice, and Extended Essay in IB Visual Arts Courses

·      Leads one-on-one or small group lessons that cater to the needs and goals of their students, reviews students’ classroom, curricula topics and assignments

·      Designs Thinktown Practice Assignments of IB Visual Arts and provide students with positive and constructive feedback

·      Offers feedback on progress to students' parents

AP Art History Product:

·      Researches objects, historical periods, writing strategies, and other topics in accordance with AP Art History’s testing guideline

·      Develop course materials, including lecture slides, lecture notes, and student handouts

·      Leads one-on-one or small group lessons, works with students to help them understand key concepts

·      Designs Thinktown Practice Assignments and Mock Exams of AP Art History and provide students with positive and constructive feedback

·      Conducts practice tests to track progress, identify areas of improvement and help set goals for exam preparation

Thinktown Art History Workshops/Lectures:

·      Brainstorms and decides on the topic of workshops/lectures

·      Researches relevant materials and prepare presentation slides and handouts

·      Invites workshop/lecture speakers and attendees

·      Logistical planning and in-lecture coordination

Academic Competitions and Events (ACE) product:

·      Provides Art History subject competition and event consultation

·      Plans competition schedules, recommends appropriate Art History competition and coaches for students based on students’ capabilities and willingness

·      Recommends appropriate Art History summer programs to students and facilitates the application process

·      Assists in making appropriate travel arrangements and communicates with families regarding competitions or other events in a timely manner

Workflow:

·      Provides personal academic advice and conducts personal education services in tutoring, teaching assistance, and academic paper

·      Analyzes customers’ academic performance and adjusts academic supporting plan

Communications: 

·      Communicates with customers and supports their Art History personal education needs

·      Cooperates with Art History tutors, business product manager and other academic advisors based on work needs

Marketing:

·      Collaborates with Personal Planning Team to provide contents and materials required for product marketing

·      Assists product manager and academic research desk as needed

 

Current employee benefits and perks include, but are not limited to:

·      Competitive medical, vision, and dental insurance packages

·      Commuter benefits plus supplemental insurance plans

·      Flexible working hours, five sick days, and two weeks of paid vacation

·      Fun team-bonding activities and events

·      Potential travel opportunities to Chinese offices

·      Work Visa sponsorship for ideal candidates

 

Basic Qualifications:

·      A minimum of Bachelor’s degree in Art History, Art Management, or other humanities fields

·      Strong academic knowledge in art history and critical thinking skills

·      Basic knowledge of or the willingness to learn project management and strategy

·      Organizational and analytical skills, great intellectual curiosity

·      Strong team spirit and self-motivation

·      Excellent in time management and multitasking

 

Preferred Qualifications:

·      Fluency in Mandarin and English (written, spoken, and reading)

·      Master’s degree in Art History, Art Management, or other humanities fields

·      Humanities research experience strongly preferred

·      Curatorial experience strongly preferred

·      Experience in art education and instructional design strongly preferred

 

Anticipated start date: Immediate/Open to 2021 and 2022 graduates

 

Company Overview

Opened in 2009, THINKTOWN Education is an international organization that provides one-stop education solutions for students in grades 6-12. We specialized in the services like test preparation, academic improvement, and holistic educational development and consulting, particularly for students who are currently studying or planning to study at institutions of higher education in the United States. Over the past ten years we have served over 22,000 students and their families in more than 2,200 schools worldwide.

 

Thinktown’s Multi-Role System: Background and Company Culture

With two headquarters in New York City and Hangzhou, and three satellite offices in Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen, Thinktown now has more than 600 full-time employees globally; about 30 of them locate in New York. Given that Thinktown is still in a start-up period in the US and is growing rapidly, we are expecting every newly join employee to take multiple roles and develop all-round capabilities, while at the same time offering them more opportunities and choices for their career development and help them become future leaders in the company and the industry.

 

This Multi-Role System is also a product of our highly collaborative Company Culture. At Thinktown, we view our team as a soccer team and everyone acts as a team player, our success is based on everyone’s responsibility for their own part and also the willingness to share with and help other team members.

 

Thinktown’s Multi-Role System: Overview

As a Personal Education Advisor, you will focus on a particular track as indicated in the job posting title, at the same time, you will also act as one or more of these 15 roles as described below, according to personal conditions and company needs. Among these roles, Sales, Supervisor, CAE, CPS, Global Event Coordinator, Content Strategy Specialist, Essay Management Coordinator and Arts Management Coordinator require Mandarin Proficiency; CAE, PEA and Essay Management Coordinator are not open to new employees.

1.ES: Edit application essays and school academic essays with students

2.BS: Brainstorm application essays and school academic essays with students

3.Sales: Research and prepare materials for sales pitches to students and their parents, provide students and their parents with consultancy session and sell thinktown products

4.Tutor: Conduct lectures and training sessions either online or in person

5.Supervisor: Course arrangement and follow-up

6.Consulting Associate of Education (CAE): Provide high level college application and career planning counseling to students which includes: (1) School and major selection, daily communication and follow-up with students and parents, phased application material collection and collation (2) Course selection guidance (3) English-test planning and counseling (4) Academic competition planning and counseling (5) Extracurricular activities design, planning and follow up

7.Curriculum Practice Specialist (CPS): Provide high and middle level college application and career planning counseling to students which includes: (1) School and major selection, daily communication and follow-up with students and parents, phased application material collection and collation, application status follow-up, application tables fill-in, visa guidance (2) Course selection guidance (3) English-test planning and counseling, English-writing tutoring, mock interview (4) Academic competition planning and counseling (5) Extracurricular activities design, planning and follow up (6) Information research, students’ information collection and collation

8.Personal Education Advisor (PEA): Provide top-level planning of educational goals, family education counseling, youth mental health counseling and American society and culture consulting

9. Academic Advisor: Supervise in advising subject related products, provide educational guidance and assistance for students by planning schedules, recommending courses, and determining personalized education solutions, assists students with homework, projects, test preparation, papers, academic research and academic writing, provides subject competition and event consultation.

10.Competition Mentor: Supervise in coaching subject related competitions, provide subject competitions and events coach, sets up competition teams, and formulates competition strategies

11.Instructional Designer: Design client-tailored education curricula and programs, provide professional consultations to prospective clients, work with other Instructional Designers and Product Managers to define the scope of learning experiences, clarify learning objectives, timelines, and projected outcomes.

12.Business Product Manager (BPM): Support one or part of an educational product, which may involve conducting market research, writing product handbook, coordinating strategies, monitoring project progress and collecting regular product feedback

13.Global Event Coordinator: Help coordinate both internal and external events; Support building and adhering to an event budget to avoid project overruns; Coordinate and maintain external relationships with students, parents, and event partners

14.Content Strategy Specialist: Co-manage Thinktown’s media accounts and platforms (Wechat, Facebook, Offical website) and optimize content, plan and write for account articles especially for Wechat; Design marketing content for our main products

15.Essay Management Coordinator: Ensure the quality of application essays and relevant documents through our online essay platform (Help improve the platform if needed); facilitate the communication between different parties (clients, consultants, and editing specialists) regarding essay quality

  

Thinktown’s Multi-Role System: Example

Employee A is in Business Product Associate track, 70% of his time is spent on a specific education product development which is “1V2 VIP online course”, as he is also interested in BS and CPS role, he also does brainstorm with students for 20% of his time and provides college application and career planning counseling to students for 10% of his time.

 

To apply for this position, please click “Apply” and fill out the required information to complete your application. Please indicate your preferred roles in the application form.

Thinktown America is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive and supportive environment for all employees.

 

(Latest Update: Jan 1 2022)

 

Other Tracks:

Academic Advisor (Art History Track)
Academic Advisor (Business Track)
Academic Advisor (Biology Track)
Academic Advisor (Chemistry Track)
Academic Advisor (English Track)
Academic Advisor (Economics Track)
Academic Advisor (Fine Arts Track)
Academic Advisor (History Track)
Academic Advisor (Math Competition Track)
Academic Advisor (Writing Track)
Academic Advisor (Physics Track)

(Posted on 1/5/22)

Description

Thinktown America, the American-based division of Thinktown Education, is seeking a motivated Academic Advisor (Biology Track) to work full-time in our New York office (Currently we are working from home through December 2021). The responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

Reading and Writing Subjects (RWS) product:

·      Leads one-on-one or small group lessons that cater to the needs and goals of their students, reviews students’ classroom, curricula topics and assignments

·      Provides educational guidance and assistance for students by planning schedules, recommending courses, and determining personalized education solutions for different types of students

·      Assists students with homework, projects, test preparation, papers, academic research and other academic tasks related to Biology subject

·      Works with students to help them understand key concepts, especially those learned in the classroom

·      Recommends Biology news and Biology webinars from think tanks and international organizations to students in a regular basis

·      Develops and distributes teaching materials to supplement classroom lessons, including study guides

·      Conducts practice tests to track progress, identify areas of improvement and help set goals for exam preparation

·      Guide students on Internal Assessment (IA), Extended Essay (EE), International Baccalaureate (IB) courses and Biology related academic writing

·      Provides students positive and constructive feedback

·      Offers feedback on progress to students' parents and teachers where appropriate

Academic Competitions and Events (ACE) product:

·      Provides Biology subject competition and event consultation

·      Plans competition schedules, recommends appropriate Biology competition and coaches for students based on students’ capabilities and willingness

·      Recommends appropriate Biology summer school for students and facilitates the application process

·      Assists in making appropriate travel arrangements and communicates with families regarding competitions or other events in a timely manner

Workflow 

·      Provides personal academic advice and conducts personal education services in tutoring, teaching assistance, and academic paper writing

·      Analyzes customers’ academic performance and adjusts academic supporting plan

Communications:  

·      Communicates with customers and supports their Biology personal education needs

·      Cooperates with Biology tutors, business product manager and other academic advisors based on work needs

Marketing:

·      Collaborates with Personal Planning Team to provide contents and materials required for product marketing

·      Assists product manager and academic research desk as needed

 

Current employee benefits and perks include, but are not limited to:

·      Competitive medical, vision, and dental insurance packages

·      Commuter benefits plus supplemental insurance plans

·      Flexible working hours, five sick days, and two weeks of paid vacation

·      Fun team-bonding activities and events

·      Potential travel opportunities to Chinese offices

·      Work Visa sponsorship for ideal candidates

 

Basic Qualifications:

·      Fluency in Mandarin and English (written, spoken, and reading)

·      A minimum of Bachelor’s degree in Biology or related fields

·      A fast learner and a problem solver 

·      Basic knowledge of or the willingness to learn project management and strategy 

·      Experience with or interest in working with a multicultural team that’s spread out across various time zones 

·      Strong organizational and analytical skills, and can work multiple tasks simultaneously in a fast-paced environment  

·      Exceptional communication skills and social awareness

·      You don't need your hand held as you work — you're self-motivated, well organized, and you have the analytical skills that allow you to make difficult decisions thoughtfully 

·      You love to collaborate and don't view any task as "too small" 

·      You take pride in what you do 

 

Preferred Qualifications:

·      Master’s degree in Biology or related fields

·      Personal experience / teaching experience with Biology competition is preferred

 

Anticipated start date: Immediate/Open to 2021 and 2022 graduates

 

Company Overview

Opened in 2009, THINKTOWN Education is an international organization that provides one-stop education solutions for students in grades 6-12. We specialized in the services like test preparation, academic improvement, and holistic educational development and consulting, particularly for students who are currently studying or planning to study at institutions of higher education in the United States. Over the past ten years we have served over 22,000 students and their families in more than 2,200 schools worldwide.

 

Thinktown’s Multi-Role System: Background and Company Culture

With two headquarters in New York City and Hangzhou, and three satellite offices in Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen, Thinktown now has more than 600 full-time employees globally; about 30 of them locate in New York. Given that Thinktown is still in a start-up period in the US and is growing rapidly, we are expecting every newly join employee to take multiple roles and develop all-round capabilities, while at the same time offering them more opportunities and choices for their career development and help them become future leaders in the company and the industry.

 

This Multi-Role System is also a product of our highly collaborative Company Culture. At Thinktown, we view our team as a soccer team and everyone acts as a team player, our success is based on everyone’s responsibility for their own part and also the willingness to share with and help other team members.

 

Thinktown’s Multi-Role System: Overview

As a Personal Education Advisor, you will focus on a particular track as indicated in the job posting title, at the same time, you will also act as one or more of these 15 roles as described below, according to personal conditions and company needs. Among these roles, Sales, Supervisor, CAE, CPS, Global Event Coordinator, Content Strategy Specialist, Essay Management Coordinator and Arts Management Coordinator require Mandarin Proficiency; CAE, PEA and Essay Management Coordinator are not open to new employees.

1.ES: Edit application essays and school academic essays with students

2.BS: Brainstorm application essays and school academic essays with students

3.Sales: Research and prepare materials for sales pitches to students and their parents, provide students and their parents with consultancy session and sell thinktown products

4.Tutor: Conduct lectures and training sessions either online or in person

5.Supervisor: Course arrangement and follow-up

6.Consulting Associate of Education (CAE): Provide high level college application and career planning counseling to students which includes: (1) School and major selection, daily communication and follow-up with students and parents, phased application material collection and collation (2) Course selection guidance (3) English-test planning and counseling (4) Academic competition planning and counseling (5) Extracurricular activities design, planning and follow up

7.Curriculum Practice Specialist (CPS): Provide high and middle level college application and career planning counseling to students which includes: (1) School and major selection, daily communication and follow-up with students and parents, phased application material collection and collation, application status follow-up, application tables fill-in, visa guidance (2) Course selection guidance (3) English-test planning and counseling, English-writing tutoring, mock interview (4) Academic competition planning and counseling (5) Extracurricular activities design, planning and follow up (6) Information research, students’ information collection and collation

8.Personal Education Advisor (PEA): Provide top-level planning of educational goals, family education counseling, youth mental health counseling and American society and culture consulting

9. Academic Advisor: Supervise in advising subject related products, provide educational guidance and assistance for students by planning schedules, recommending courses, and determining personalized education solutions, assists students with homework, projects, test preparation, papers, academic research and academic writing, provides subject competition and event consultation.

10.Competition Mentor: Supervise in coaching subject related competitions, provide subject competitions and events coach, sets up competition teams, and formulates competition strategies

11.Instructional Designer: Design client-tailored education curricula and programs, provide professional consultations to prospective clients, work with other Instructional Designers and Product Managers to define the scope of learning experiences, clarify learning objectives, timelines, and projected outcomes.

12.Business Product Manager (BPM): Support one or part of an educational product, which may involve conducting market research, writing product handbook, coordinating strategies, monitoring project progress and collecting regular product feedback

13.Global Event Coordinator: Help coordinate both internal and external events; Support building and adhering to an event budget to avoid project overruns; Coordinate and maintain external relationships with students, parents, and event partners

14.Content Strategy Specialist: Co-manage Thinktown’s media accounts and platforms (Wechat, Facebook, Offical website) and optimize content, plan and write for account articles especially for Wechat; Design marketing content for our main products

15.Essay Management Coordinator: Ensure the quality of application essays and relevant documents through our online essay platform (Help improve the platform if needed); facilitate the communication between different parties (clients, consultants, and editing specialists) regarding essay quality

 

Thinktown’s Multi-Role System: Example

Employee A is in Business Product Associate track, 70% of his time is spent on a specific education product development which is “1V2 VIP online course”, as he is also interested in BS and CPS role, he also does brainstorm with students for 20% of his time and provides college application and career planning counseling to students for 10% of his time.

 

To apply for this position, please click “Apply” and fill out the required information to complete your application. Please indicate your preferred roles in the application form.

Thinktown America is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive and supportive environment for all employees.

 

(Latest Update: Jan 1 2022)

 

Other Tracks:

Academic Advisor (Art History Track)
Academic Advisor (Business Track)
Academic Advisor (Biology Track)
Academic Advisor (Chemistry Track)
Academic Advisor (English Track)
Academic Advisor (Economics Track)
Academic Advisor (Fine Arts Track)
Academic Advisor (History Track)
Academic Advisor (Math Competition Track)
Academic Advisor (Writing Track)
Academic Advisor (Physics Track)

(Posted on 1/5/22)

Description

Thinktown America, the American-based division of Thinktown Education, is seeking a motivated Academic Advisor (Business Track) to work full-time in our New York office (Currently we are working from home through December 2021). The responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

Reading and Writing Subjects (RWS) product:

·      International Baccalaureate (IB) Business Management Courses: research course material, develop and design course contents (including course slides, homework, reading materials, practice tests) on “External Assessment” Part

·      International Baccalaureate (IB) Business Management Courses: tutor students in IB Business Management Courses on “External Assessment” Part, conducts practice tests to track progress, identify areas of improvement and help set goals for exam preparation

·      International Baccalaureate (IB) Business Management Courses: Guide students on Internal Assessment (IA), Theory of Knowledge (TOK), Extended Essay (EE), mostly focusing on subject-focused academic writing (including advisory, brainstorm, edit)

·      College Application Subject Assistance: Assists students with close-reading, homework, projects, test preparation, papers, academic research and other academic tasks during college application process related to Business Management subject

·      Personal Subject-related Planning: Provides educational guidance and assistance for students by introducing subject-related career development, planning schedules, recommending courses, and determining personalized education solutions for different types of students in the field of business management

·      Group Subject-related Reading: Recommends Business news and Business webinars from think tanks and international organizations to students in a regular basis, holds small-group reading seminars when necessary

·      Offers feedback on progress to students' parents and teachers where appropriate

·      Most of the advisory and tutoring will happen in one-on-one or small group settings, in the form of Zoom-meeting. The academic advisor also provides students positive and constructive feedback after each meeting.

Academic Competitions and Events (ACE) product:

·      Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) competition: Coaches students or student groups in preparation for FBLA tests and presentation, including but not limited to researching and distributing related academic materials, organizing quiz sessions for students, meeting and brainstorming with students for group projects, editing and promoting final presentation slides or business reports, offering guidance about presentation skills.

·      Business Professionals of America (BPA) competition: Coaches student groups in preparation for BPA presentation, including but not limited to researching and distributing related academic materials, meeting and brainstorming with students for group projects, editing and promoting final presentation slides or business reports, offering guidance about presentation skills.

·      Model Entrepreneurship Competition (MEC): Coaches student groups in preparation for MEC business plan and product promotion video, including but not limited to researching and distributing related academic materials, meeting and brainstorming with students for group projects, editing and promoting final business plan reports, offering guidance about video filmscript and recording.

·      International Economics Olympiad (IEO): Trains students about methods and knowledge in doing IEO business case, including providing knowledge tutoring and mock business case sessions

·      Summer School Application Subject Assistance: Recommends appropriate Business summer school for students and facilitates the application process

·      Personal Subject-related Planning: Plans competition schedules, recommends appropriate Business-Related competition and coaches for students based on students’ capabilities and willingness. Assists in making appropriate travel arrangements and communicates with families regarding competitions or other events in a timely manner

Communications:  

·      Communicates with customers and supports their personal education needs in Business Management subject

·      Cooperates with Business Management tutors, product manager and other academic advisors based on work needs

Marketing:

·      Collaborates with Personal Planning Team to provide contents and materials required for product marketing

·      Assists product manager and academic research desk as needed

 

Current employee benefits and perks include, but are not limited to:

·      Competitive medical, vision, and dental insurance packages

·      Commuter benefits plus supplemental insurance plans

·      Flexible working hours, five sick days, and two weeks of paid vacation

·      Fun team-bonding activities and events

·      Potential travel opportunities to Chinese offices

·      Work Visa sponsorship for ideal candidates

 

Basic Qualifications:

·      Fluency in Mandarin and English (written, spoken, and reading)

·      A minimum of Bachelor’s degree in Business or Economics related fields

·      Background knowledge in two or more of the following fields is required: business case study, marketing, accounting, finance, business strategy and plan, entrepreneurship, Microeconomics and Macroeconomics

·      Great academic writing skills in English

·      A fast learner and a problem solver 

·      Experience with or interest in working with a multicultural team that’s spread out across various time zones 

·      Strong organizational and analytical skills, and can work multiple tasks simultaneously in a fast-paced environment  

·      Exceptional communication skills and social awareness

·      You don't need your hand held as you work — you're self-motivated, well organized, and you have the analytical skills that allow you to make difficult decisions thoughtfully 

·      You love to collaborate and don't view any task as "too small" 

·      You take pride in what you do 

 

Preferred Qualifications:

·      Master’s degree in Business or Economics related fields

·      Past experience in studying or teaching IB Business Management is preferred

·      Past experience in participating or coaching FBLA, BPA, MEC, IEO or other business competitions is preferred

 

Anticipated start date: Immediate/Open to 2021 and 2022 graduates

 

Company Overview

Opened in 2009, THINKTOWN Education is an international organization that provides one-stop education solutions for students in grades 6-12. We specialized in the services like test preparation, academic improvement, and holistic educational development and consulting, particularly for students who are currently studying or planning to study at institutions of higher education in the United States. Over the past ten years we have served over 22,000 students and their families in more than 2,200 schools worldwide.

Thinktown’s Multi-Role System: Background and Company Culture

With two headquarters in New York City and Hangzhou, and three satellite offices in Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen, Thinktown now has more than 600 full-time employees globally; about 30 of them locate in New York. Given that Thinktown is still in a start-up period in the US and is growing rapidly, we are expecting every newly join employee to take multiple roles and develop all-round capabilities, while at the same time offering them more opportunities and choices for their career development and help them become future leaders in the company and the industry.

 

This Multi-Role System is also a product of our highly collaborative Company Culture. At Thinktown, we view our team as a soccer team and everyone acts as a team player, our success is based on everyone’s responsibility for their own part and also the willingness to share with and help other team members.

Thinktown’s Multi-Role System: Overview

As a Personal Education Advisor, you will focus on a particular track as indicated in the job posting title, at the same time, you will also act as one or more of these 15 roles as described below, according to personal conditions and company needs. Among these roles, Sales, Supervisor, CAE, CPS, Global Event Coordinator, Content Strategy Specialist, Essay Management Coordinator and Arts Management Coordinator require Mandarin Proficiency; CAE, PEA and Essay Management Coordinator are not open to new employees.

1.ES: Edit application essays and school academic essays with students

2.BS: Brainstorm application essays and school academic essays with students

3.Sales: Research and prepare materials for sales pitches to students and their parents, provide students and their parents with consultancy session and sell thinktown products

4.Tutor: Conduct lectures and training sessions either online or in person

5.Supervisor: Course arrangement and follow-up

6.Consulting Associate of Education (CAE): Provide high level college application and career planning counseling to students which includes: (1) School and major selection, daily communication and follow-up with students and parents, phased application material collection and collation (2) Course selection guidance (3) English-test planning and counseling (4) Academic competition planning and counseling (5) Extracurricular activities design, planning and follow up

7.Curriculum Practice Specialist (CPS): Provide high and middle level college application and career planning counseling to students which includes: (1) School and major selection, daily communication and follow-up with students and parents, phased application material collection and collation, application status follow-up, application tables fill-in, visa guidance (2) Course selection guidance (3) English-test planning and counseling, English-writing tutoring, mock interview (4) Academic competition planning and counseling (5) Extracurricular activities design, planning and follow up (6) Information research, students’ information collection and collation

8.Personal Education Advisor (PEA): Provide top-level planning of educational goals, family education counseling, youth mental health counseling and American society and culture consulting

9.Academic Advisor: Supervise in advising subject related products, provide educational guidance and assistance for students by planning schedules, recommending courses, and determining personalized education solutions, assists students with homework, projects, test preparation, papers, academic research and academic writing, provides subject competition and event consultation.

10.Competition Mentor: Supervise in coaching subject related competitions, provide subject competitions and events coach, sets up competition teams, and formulates competition strategies

11.Instructional Designer: Design client-tailored education curricula and programs, provide professional consultations to prospective clients, work with other Instructional Designers and Product Managers to define the scope of learning experiences, clarify learning objectives, timelines, and projected outcomes.

12.Business Product Manager (BPM): Support one or part of an educational product, which may involve conducting market research, writing product handbook, coordinating strategies, monitoring project progress and collecting regular product feedback

13.Global Event Coordinator: Help coordinate both internal and external events; Support building and adhering to an event budget to avoid project overruns; Coordinate and maintain external relationships with students, parents, and event partners

14.Content Strategy Specialist: Co-manage Thinktown’s media accounts and platforms (Wechat, Facebook, Offical website) and optimize content, plan and write for account articles especially for Wechat; Design marketing content for our main products

15.Essay Management Coordinator: Ensure the quality of application essays and relevant documents through our online essay platform (Help improve the platform if needed); facilitate the communication between different parties (clients, consultants, and editing specialists) regarding essay quality

 

 Thinktown’s Multi-Role System: Example

Employee A is in Business Product Associate track, 70% of his time is spent on a specific education product development which is “1V2 VIP online course”, as he is also interested in BS and CPS role, he also does brainstorm with students for 20% of his time and provides college application and career planning counseling to students for 10% of his time.

 

To apply for this position, please click “Apply” and fill out the required information to complete your application. Please indicate your preferred roles in the application form.

Thinktown America is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive and supportive environment for all employees.

(Latest Update: Jan 1 2022)

 

Other Tracks:

Academic Advisor (Art History Track)
Academic Advisor (Business Track)
Academic Advisor (Biology Track)
Academic Advisor (Chemistry Track)
Academic Advisor (English Track)
Academic Advisor (Economics Track)
Academic Advisor (Fine Arts Track)
Academic Advisor (History Track)
Academic Advisor (Math Competition Track)
Academic Advisor (Writing Track)
Academic Advisor (Physics Track)

(Posted on 1/5/22)

Description

Thinktown America, the American-based division of Thinktown Education, is seeking a motivated Academic Advisor (Chemistry Track) to work full-time in our New York office (Currently we are working from home through December 2021). The responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

Reading and Writing Subjects (RWS) product:

·      Leads one-on-one or small group lessons that cater to the needs and goals of their students, reviews students’ classroom, curricula topics and assignments

·      Provides educational guidance and assistance for students by planning schedules, recommending courses, and determining personalized education solutions for different types of students

·      Assists students with homework, projects, test preparation, papers, academic research and other academic tasks related to Chemistry subject

·      Works with students to help them understand key concepts, especially those learned in the classroom

·      Recommends Chemistry news and Chemistry webinars from think tanks and international organizations to students in a regular basis

·      Develops and distributes teaching materials to supplement classroom lessons, including study guides

·      Conducts practice tests to track progress, identify areas of improvement and help set goals for exam preparation

·      Guide students on Internal Assessment (IA), Theory of Knowledge  (TOK), Extended Essay (EE), International Baccalaureate (IB) courses and Chemistry related academic writing

·      Provides students positive and constructive feedback

·      Offers feedback on progress to students' parents and teachers where appropriate

Academic Competitions and Events (ACE) product:

·      Provides Chemistry subject competition and event consultation

·      Plans competition schedules, recommends appropriate Chemistry competition and coaches for students based on students’ capabilities and willingness

·      Recommends appropriate Chemistry summer school for students and facilitates the application process

·      Assists in making appropriate travel arrangements and communicates with families regarding competitions or other events in a timely manner

Workflow 

·      Provides personal academic advice and conducts personal education services in tutoring, teaching assistance, and academic paper writing

·      Analyzes customers’ academic performance and adjusts academic supporting plan

Communications:  

·      Communicates with customers and supports their Chemistry personal education needs

·      Cooperates with Chemistry tutors, business product manager and other academic advisors based on work needs

Marketing:

·      Collaborates with Personal Planning Team to provide contents and materials required for product marketing

·      Assists product manager and academic research desk as needed

 

Current employee benefits and perks include, but are not limited to:

·      Competitive medical, vision, and dental insurance packages

·      Commuter benefits plus supplemental insurance plans

·      Flexible working hours, five sick days, and two weeks of paid vacation

·      Fun team-bonding activities and events

·      Potential travel opportunities to Chinese offices

·      Work Visa sponsorship for ideal candidates

 

Basic Qualifications:

·      Fluency in Mandarin and English (written, spoken, and reading)

·      A minimum of Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry or related fields

·      A fast learner and a problem solver 

·      Basic knowledge of or the willingness to learn project management and strategy 

·      Experience with or interest in working with a multicultural team that’s spread out across various time zones 

·      Strong organizational and analytical skills, and can work multiple tasks simultaneously in a fast-paced environment  

·      Exceptional communication skills and social awareness

·      You don't need your hand held as you work — you're self-motivated, well organized, and you have the analytical skills that allow you to make difficult decisions thoughtfully 

·      You love to collaborate and don't view any task as "too small" 

·      You take pride in what you do 

 

Preferred Qualifications:

·      Master’s degree in Chemistry or related fields

·      Personal experience / teaching experience with Chemistry competition is preferred

 

Anticipated start date: Immediate/Open to 2021 and 2022 graduates

 

Company Overview

Opened in 2009, THINKTOWN Education is an international organization that provides one-stop education solutions for students in grades 6-12. We specialized in the services like test preparation, academic improvement, and holistic educational development and consulting, particularly for students who are currently studying or planning to study at institutions of higher education in the United States. Over the past ten years we have served over 22,000 students and their families in more than 2,200 schools worldwide.

 

Thinktown’s Multi-Role System: Background and Company Culture

With two headquarters in New York City and Hangzhou, and three satellite offices in Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen, Thinktown now has more than 600 full-time employees globally; about 30 of them locate in New York. Given that Thinktown is still in a start-up period in the US and is growing rapidly, we are expecting every newly join employee to take multiple roles and develop all-round capabilities, while at the same time offering them more opportunities and choices for their career development and help them become future leaders in the company and the industry.

 

This Multi-Role System is also a product of our highly collaborative Company Culture. At Thinktown, we view our team as a soccer team and everyone acts as a team player, our success is based on everyone’s responsibility for their own part and also the willingness to share with and help other team members.

 

Thinktown’s Multi-Role System: Overview

As a Personal Education Advisor, you will focus on a particular track as indicated in the job posting title, at the same time, you will also act as one or more of these 15 roles as described below, according to personal conditions and company needs. Among these roles, Sales, Supervisor, CAE, CPS, Global Event Coordinator, Content Strategy Specialist, Essay Management Coordinator and Arts Management Coordinator require Mandarin Proficiency; CAE, PEA and Essay Management Coordinator are not open to new employees.

1.ES: Edit application essays and school academic essays with students

2.BS: Brainstorm application essays and school academic essays with students

3.Sales: Research and prepare materials for sales pitches to students and their parents, provide students and their parents with consultancy session and sell thinktown products

4.Tutor: Conduct lectures and training sessions either online or in person

5.Supervisor: Course arrangement and follow-up

6.Consulting Associate of Education (CAE): Provide high level college application and career planning counseling to students which includes: (1) School and major selection, daily communication and follow-up with students and parents, phased application material collection and collation (2) Course selection guidance (3) English-test planning and counseling (4) Academic competition planning and counseling (5) Extracurricular activities design, planning and follow up

7.Curriculum Practice Specialist (CPS): Provide high and middle level college application and career planning counseling to students which includes: (1) School and major selection, daily communication and follow-up with students and parents, phased application material collection and collation, application status follow-up, application tables fill-in, visa guidance (2) Course selection guidance (3) English-test planning and counseling, English-writing tutoring, mock interview (4) Academic competition planning and counseling (5) Extracurricular activities design, planning and follow up (6) Information research, students’ information collection and collation

8.Personal Education Advisor (PEA): Provide top-level planning of educational goals, family education counseling, youth mental health counseling and American society and culture consulting

9.Academic Advisor: Supervise in advising subject related products, provide educational guidance and assistance for students by planning schedules, recommending courses, and determining personalized education solutions, assists students with homework, projects, test preparation, papers, academic research and academic writing, provides subject competition and event consultation.

10.Competition Mentor: Supervise in coaching subject related competitions, provide subject competitions and events coach, sets up competition teams, and formulates competition strategies

11.Instructional Designer: Design client-tailored education curricula and programs, provide professional consultations to prospective clients, work with other Instructional Designers and Product Managers to define the scope of learning experiences, clarify learning objectives, timelines, and projected outcomes.

12.Business Product Manager (BPM): Support one or part of an educational product, which may involve conducting market research, writing product handbook, coordinating strategies, monitoring project progress and collecting regular product feedback

13.Global Event Coordinator: Help coordinate both internal and external events; Support building and adhering to an event budget to avoid project overruns; Coordinate and maintain external relationships with students, parents, and event partners

14.Content Strategy Specialist: Co-manage Thinktown’s media accounts and platforms (Wechat, Facebook, Offical website) and optimize content, plan and write for account articles especially for Wechat; Design marketing content for our main products

15.Essay Management Coordinator: Ensure the quality of application essays and relevant documents through our online essay platform (Help improve the platform if needed); facilitate the communication between different parties (clients, consultants, and editing specialists) regarding essay quality

Thinktown’s Multi-Role System: Example

Employee A is in Business Product Associate track, 70% of his time is spent on a specific education product development which is “1V2 VIP online course”, as he is also interested in BS and CPS role, he also does brainstorm with students for 20% of his time and provides college application and career planning counseling to students for 10% of his time.

 

To apply for this position, please click “Apply” and fill out the required information to complete your application. Please indicate your preferred roles in the application form.

Thinktown America is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive and supportive environment for all employees.

 

(Latest Update: Jan 1 2022)

 

Other Tracks:

Academic Advisor (Art History Track)
Academic Advisor (Business Track)
Academic Advisor (Biology Track)
Academic Advisor (Chemistry Track)
Academic Advisor (English Track)
Academic Advisor (Economics Track)
Academic Advisor (Fine Arts Track)
Academic Advisor (History Track)
Academic Advisor (Math Competition Track)
Academic Advisor (Writing Track)
Academic Advisor (Physics Track)

(Posted on 1/5/22)

Description

Thinktown America, the American-based division of Thinktown Education, is seeking a motivated Academic Advisor (Economics Track) to work full-time in our New York office (Currently we are working from home through December 2021). The responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

Reading and Writing Subjects (RWS) product:

·      Leads one-on-one or small group lessons that cater to the needs and goals of students; reviews students’ classroom, curricula topics and assignments

·      Provides educational guidance and assistance for students by planning schedules, recommending courses, and determining personalized education solutions for different types of students

·      Assists students with homework, projects, test preparation, papers, academic research and other academic tasks related to Economics subject, such as the Internal Assessment (IA), Theory of Knowledge (TOK), Extended Essay (EE) from the International Baccalaureate (IB) curriculum

·      Recommends Economic-related reading materials, Economic news, and Economics webinars from think tanks and international organizations to students in a regular basis

·      Conducts practice tests to track progress, identify areas of improvement and help set goals for exam preparation

·      Develops and distributes teaching materials to supplement classroom lessons, including PowerPoint, study guides, and handout

·      Provides students positive and constructive feedback regularly and offers feedback on progress to students' parents and other where appropriate

Academic Competitions and Events (ACE) product:

·      Economic Competitions Coaching: coach students for National Economics Challenge (NEC) and International Economics Olympiad (IEO), including but not limited to researching and distributing related academic materials, organizing mock tests for students, brainstorming with students for group projects, editing and promoting final presentation slides, offering guidance about presentation skills.

·      Summer School Application Subject Assistance: Recommends appropriate Economics summer school program for students and facilitates the application process

·      Personal Subject-related Extracurriculum Planning: customize competition schedules, recommends appropriate Economics-related competition and coaches for students based on students’ capabilities and willingness. Assists in travel arrangements and keep students and families updated regarding competitions or other events in a timely manner

Communications:  

·      Communicates with customers and supports their Economics personal education needs

·      Cooperates with Economics tutors, Economics product manager and other academic advisors based on work needs

Marketing:

·      Collaborates with Personal Planning Team to provide contents and materials required for product marketing

·      Assists product manager and academic research desk as needed

 

Current employee benefits and perks include, but are not limited to:

·      Competitive medical, vision, and dental insurance packages

·      Commuter benefits plus supplemental insurance plans

·      Flexible working hours, five sick days, and two weeks of paid vacation

·      Fun team-bonding activities and events

·      Potential travel opportunities to Chinese offices

·      Work Visa sponsorship for ideal candidates

 

Basic Qualifications:

·      Fluency in Mandarin and English (written, spoken, and reading)

·      A minimum of Bachelor’s degree in Economics or related fields

·      A fast learner and a problem solver 

·      Basic knowledge of or the willingness to learn project management and strategy 

·      Experience with or interest in working with a multicultural team that’s spread out across various time zones 

·      Strong organizational and analytical skills, and can work multiple tasks simultaneously in a fast-paced environment  

·      Exceptional communication skills and social awareness

·      You don't need your hand held as you work — you're self-motivated, well organized, and you have the analytical skills that allow you to make difficult decisions thoughtfully 

·      You love to collaborate and don't view any task as "too small" 

·      You take pride in what you do 

 

Preferred Qualifications:

·      Master’s degree in Economics or related fields

·      Personal experience / teaching experience with Economics competition is preferred

 

Anticipated start date: Immediate/Open to 2021 and 2022 graduates

 

Company Overview

Opened in 2009, THINKTOWN Education is an international organization that provides one-stop education solutions for students in grades 6-12. We specialized in the services like test preparation, academic improvement, and holistic educational development and consulting, particularly for students who are currently studying or planning to study at institutions of higher education in the United States. Over the past ten years we have served over 22,000 students and their families in more than 2,200 schools worldwide.

 

Thinktown’s Multi-Role System: Background and Company Culture

With two headquarters in New York City and Hangzhou, and three satellite offices in Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen, Thinktown now has more than 600 full-time employees globally; about 30 of them locate in New York. Given that Thinktown is still in a start-up period in the US and is growing rapidly, we are expecting every newly join employee to take multiple roles and develop all-round capabilities, while at the same time offering them more opportunities and choices for their career development and help them become future leaders in the company and the industry.

 

This Multi-Role System is also a product of our highly collaborative Company Culture. At Thinktown, we view our team as a soccer team and everyone acts as a team player, our success is based on everyone’s responsibility for their own part and also the willingness to share with and help other team members.

 

Thinktown’s Multi-Role System: Overview

As a Personal Education Advisor, you will focus on a particular track as indicated in the job posting title, at the same time, you will also act as one or more of these 15 roles as described below, according to personal conditions and company needs. Among these roles, Sales, Supervisor, CAE, CPS, Global Event Coordinator, Content Strategy Specialist, Essay Management Coordinator and Arts Management Coordinator require Mandarin Proficiency; CAE, PEA and Essay Management Coordinator are not open to new employees.

1.ES: Edit application essays and school academic essays with students

2.BS: Brainstorm application essays and school academic essays with students

3.Sales: Research and prepare materials for sales pitches to students and their parents, provide students and their parents with consultancy session and sell thinktown products

4.Tutor: Conduct lectures and training sessions either online or in person

5.Supervisor: Course arrangement and follow-up

6.Consulting Associate of Education (CAE): Provide high level college application and career planning counseling to students which includes: (1) School and major selection, daily communication and follow-up with students and parents, phased application material collection and collation (2) Course selection guidance (3) English-test planning and counseling (4) Academic competition planning and counseling (5) Extracurricular activities design, planning and follow up

7.Curriculum Practice Specialist (CPS): Provide high and middle level college application and career planning counseling to students which includes: (1) School and major selection, daily communication and follow-up with students and parents, phased application material collection and collation, application status follow-up, application tables fill-in, visa guidance (2) Course selection guidance (3) English-test planning and counseling, English-writing tutoring, mock interview (4) Academic competition planning and counseling (5) Extracurricular activities design, planning and follow up (6) Information research, students’ information collection and collation

8.Personal Education Advisor (PEA): Provide top-level planning of educational goals, family education counseling, youth mental health counseling and American society and culture consulting

9.Academic Advisor: Supervise in advising subject related products, provide educational guidance and assistance for students by planning schedules, recommending courses, and determining personalized education solutions, assists students with homework, projects, test preparation, papers, academic research and academic writing, provides subject competition and event consultation.

10.Competition Mentor: Supervise in coaching subject related competitions, provide subject competitions and events coach, sets up competition teams, and formulates competition strategies

11.Instructional Designer: Design client-tailored education curricula and programs, provide professional consultations to prospective clients, work with other Instructional Designers and Product Managers to define the scope of learning experiences, clarify learning objectives, timelines, and projected outcomes.

12.Business Product Manager (BPM): Support one or part of an educational product, which may involve conducting market research, writing product handbook, coordinating strategies, monitoring project progress and collecting regular product feedback

13.Global Event Coordinator: Help coordinate both internal and external events; Support building and adhering to an event budget to avoid project overruns; Coordinate and maintain external relationships with students, parents, and event partners

14.Content Strategy Specialist: Co-manage Thinktown’s media accounts and platforms (Wechat, Facebook, Offical website) and optimize content, plan and write for account articles especially for Wechat; Design marketing content for our main products

15.Essay Management Coordinator: Ensure the quality of application essays and relevant documents through our online essay platform (Help improve the platform if needed); facilitate the communication between different parties (clients, consultants, and editing specialists) regarding essay quality

 

 Thinktown’s Multi-Role System: Example

Employee A is in Business Product Associate track, 70% of his time is spent on a specific education product development which is “1V2 VIP online course”, as he is also interested in BS and CPS role, he also does brainstorm with students for 20% of his time and provides college application and career planning counseling to students for 10% of his time.

 

To apply for this position, please click “Apply” and fill out the required information to complete your application. Please indicate your preferred roles in the application form.

Thinktown America is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive and supportive environment for all employees.

 

(Latest Update: Jan 1 2022)

 

Other Tracks:

Academic Advisor (Art History Track)
Academic Advisor (Business Track)
Academic Advisor (Biology Track)
Academic Advisor (Chemistry Track)
Academic Advisor (English Track)
Academic Advisor (Economics Track)
Academic Advisor (Fine Arts Track)
Academic Advisor (History Track)
Academic Advisor (Math Competition Track)
Academic Advisor (Writing Track)
Academic Advisor (Physics Track)

(Posted on 1/5/22)

Description

Thinktown America, the American-based division of Thinktown Education, is seeking a motivated Academic Advisor (English Track) to work full-time in our New York office (Currently we are working from home through December 2021). The responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

Product Development:

·      Conduct research on target market segment and clients’ needs related to English-related subjects, courses, and products (e.g., IB-English courses, AP-English, IB/AP assignments, etc.)

·      Collaborate with other members related with English subject team, as well as the Art and Writing Desk (AWD), to design and oversee product timeline, structure, and standard operational process

·      Coordinate with the English business product management teams and academic research teams to develop new products lines, and design and improve current product curriculums and contents

·      Develop and implement evaluation system for employees to control product quality

·      Assist in developing marketing strategies and create promotional materials for English-related products

Product Internal Testing

·      Assist in designing, developing, managing, and refining English-related product internal testing procedures and packages

·      Participate in product internal testing; collect and analyze feedback from internal users to optimize products

·      Provide individualized English-subject-related consulting, brainstorming, test-preparation, and writing services based on the internal users’ needs and interests

·      Maintain and contribute to product, exam, and competition database by compiling and analyzing relevant sample writings

Team Building

·      Report to English BPM/BPA, English ARD coordinator, AWD Manager, and CEO about work status and development

·      Construct and streamline English and relevant AWD product modules

·      Assist in hiring and onboarding of new employees for English-related products

 

Current employee benefits and perks include, but are not limited to:

·      Competitive medical, vision, and dental insurance packages

·      Commuter benefits plus supplemental insurance plans

·      Flexible working hours, five sick days, and two weeks of paid vacation

·      Fun team-bonding activities and events

·      Potential travel opportunities to Chinese offices

·      Work Visa sponsorship for ideal candidates

 

Basic Qualifications:

·      Fluency in Mandarin and English (written, spoken, and reading)

·      A minimum of Bachelor’s degree in English, Literature, Comparative Literature, Journalism, or other humanities-related field

·      A fast learner and a problem solver 

·      Basic knowledge of or the willingness to learn project management and strategy 

·      Experience of or interest in working with a multicultural team that is spread out across various time zones 

·      Strong organizational and analytical skills, and can work multiple tasks simultaneously in a fast-paced environment  

·      Exceptional communication skills and social awareness

·      You do not need your hand held as you work — you are self-motivated, well organized, and you have the analytical skills that allow you to make difficult decisions thoughtfully 

·      You love to collaborate and do not view any task as "too small" 

·      You take pride in what you do 

 

Preferred Qualifications:

·      Master’s degree in English, Literature, Comparative Literature, Journalism, or other humanities-related field

·      Academic research and writing experience preferred

 

Anticipated start date: Immediate/Open to 2021 and 2022 graduates

 

Company Overview

Opened in 2009, THINKTOWN Education is an international organization that provides one-stop education solutions for students in grades 6-12. We specialized in the services like test preparation, academic improvement, and holistic educational development and consulting, particularly for students who are currently studying or planning to study at institutions of higher education in the United States. Over the past ten years we have served over 22,000 students and their families in more than 2,200 schools worldwide.

 

Thinktown’s Multi-Role System: Background and Company Culture

With two headquarters in New York City and Hangzhou, and three satellite offices in Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen, Thinktown now has more than 600 full-time employees globally; about 30 of them locate in New York. Given that Thinktown is still in a start-up period in the US and is growing rapidly, we are expecting every newly join employee to take multiple roles and develop all-round capabilities, while at the same time offering them more opportunities and choices for their career development and help them become future leaders in the company and the industry.

 

This Multi-Role System is also a product of our highly collaborative Company Culture. At Thinktown, we view our team as a soccer team and everyone acts as a team player, our success is based on everyone’s responsibility for their own part and also the willingness to share with and help other team members.

 

Thinktown’s Multi-Role System: Overview

As a Personal Education Advisor, you will focus on a particular track as indicated in the job posting title, at the same time, you will also act as one or more of these 15 roles as described below, according to personal conditions and company needs. Among these roles, Sales, Supervisor, CAE, CPS, Global Event Coordinator, Content Strategy Specialist, Essay Management Coordinator and Arts Management Coordinator require Mandarin Proficiency; CAE, PEA and Essay Management Coordinator are not open to new employees.

1.ES: Edit application essays and school academic essays with students

2.BS: Brainstorm application essays and school academic essays with students

3.Sales: Research and prepare materials for sales pitches to students and their parents, provide students and their parents with consultancy session and sell thinktown products

4.Tutor: Conduct lectures and training sessions either online or in person

5.Supervisor: Course arrangement and follow-up

6.Consulting Associate of Education (CAE): Provide high level college application and career planning counseling to students which includes: (1) School and major selection, daily communication and follow-up with students and parents, phased application material collection and collation (2) Course selection guidance (3) English-test planning and counseling (4) Academic competition planning and counseling (5) Extracurricular activities design, planning and follow up

7.Curriculum Practice Specialist (CPS): Provide high and middle level college application and career planning counseling to students which includes: (1) School and major selection, daily communication and follow-up with students and parents, phased application material collection and collation, application status follow-up, application tables fill-in, visa guidance (2) Course selection guidance (3) English-test planning and counseling, English-writing tutoring, mock interview (4) Academic competition planning and counseling (5) Extracurricular activities design, planning and follow up (6) Information research, students’ information collection and collation

8.Personal Education Advisor (PEA): Provide top-level planning of educational goals, family education counseling, youth mental health counseling and American society and culture consulting

9.Academic Advisor: Supervise in advising subject related products, provide educational guidance and assistance for students by planning schedules, recommending courses, and determining personalized education solutions, assists students with homework, projects, test preparation, papers, academic research and academic writing, provides subject competition and event consultation.

10.Competition Mentor: Supervise in coaching subject related competitions, provide subject competitions and events coach, sets up competition teams, and formulates competition strategies

11.Instructional Designer: Design client-tailored education curricula and programs, provide professional consultations to prospective clients, work with other Instructional Designers and Product Managers to define the scope of learning experiences, clarify learning objectives, timelines, and projected outcomes.

12.Business Product Manager (BPM): Support one or part of an educational product, which may involve conducting market research, writing product handbook, coordinating strategies, monitoring project progress and collecting regular product feedback

13.Global Event Coordinator: Help coordinate both internal and external events; Support building and adhering to an event budget to avoid project overruns; Coordinate and maintain external relationships with students, parents, and event partners

14.Content Strategy Specialist: Co-manage Thinktown’s media accounts and platforms (Wechat, Facebook, Offical website) and optimize content, plan and write for account articles especially for Wechat; Design marketing content for our main products

15.Essay Management Coordinator: Ensure the quality of application essays and relevant documents through our online essay platform (Help improve the platform if needed); facilitate the communication between different parties (clients, consultants, and editing specialists) regarding essay quality

 

Thinktown’s Multi-Role System: Example

Employee A is in Business Product Associate track, 70% of his time is spent on a specific education product development which is “1V2 VIP online course”, as he is also interested in BS and CPS role, he also does brainstorm with students for 20% of his time and provides college application and career planning counseling to students for 10% of his time.

 

To apply for this position, please click “Apply” and fill out the required information to complete your application. Please indicate your preferred roles in the application form.

Thinktown America is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive and supportive environment for all employees.

 

(Latest Update: Jan 1 2022)

 

Other Tracks:

Academic Advisor (Art History Track)
Academic Advisor (Business Track)
Academic Advisor (Biology Track)
Academic Advisor (Chemistry Track)
Academic Advisor (English Track)
Academic Advisor (Economics Track)
Academic Advisor (Fine Arts Track)
Academic Advisor (History Track)
Academic Advisor (Math Competition Track)
Academic Advisor (Writing Track)
Academic Advisor (Physics Track)

(Posted on 1/5/22)

Description

Thinktown America, the American-based division of Thinktown Education, is seeking a motivated Academic Advisor (Fine Arts Track) to work full-time in our New York office (Currently we are working from home through December 2021). The responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

Art and Writing Desk (AWD) task:

·      Leads one-on-one or small group lessons that cater to the needs and goals of their students, reviews students’ curricula topics and assignments

·      Provides personal academic advice and conducts personal education services in tutoring, teaching assistance, and academic research

·      Works with students outside of class to assist them with school projects, homework, test preparation, papers, academic research and other academic tasks related to Art subject

·      Analyzes customers’ academic performance and adjusts academic supporting plan

·      Develops and distributes teaching materials to supplement classroom lessons, including study guides

·      Guide students on Art portfolio designing

·      Offers feedback on progress to students' parents and teachers where appropriate

·      Cooperates with operational officer, business product manager and other academic advisors based on work needs

·      Assists in hiring and onboard training of new employees for AWD department

Academic Competitions and Events (ACE) product:

·      Provides Art subject competition and event consultation

·      Plans competition schedules, recommends appropriate Art competitions for students based on students’ capabilities and willingness

·      Conducts Brainstorm session with students to clarify interests in topics, art medias and visual representations

·      Organizes regular critiques with students and provides feedback on potential areas of improvement

·      Conducts practice tests to track progress, identify areas of improvement and help set goals for competition preparation

·       Evaluates students’ overall performances and progressions

·      Cooperates with AEC team in editing and polishing students’ drafts for artist statements

·      Compiles students’ feedbacks to AWD and BPM departments on a regular basis

Product Development task:

·      Collaborates with Personal Planning Team to provide contents and materials required for product marketing

·      Designs and regulates product’s service procedure

·      Conducts Art educational products and content research, develops teaching materials with tutors

·      Collects and researches subject-related teaching materials and guides

·      Conducts market research and analyzes customer profiles to improve the curriculums based on the needs of clients

·      Assists in refining target market, develops timelines and establishes coordination process for new art products

 

Current employee benefits and perks include, but are not limited to:

·      Competitive medical, vision, and dental insurance packages

·      Commuter benefits plus supplemental insurance plans

·      Flexible working hours, five sick days, and two weeks of paid vacation

·      Fun team-bonding activities and events

·      Potential travel opportunities to Chinese offices

·      Work Visa sponsorship for ideal candidates

 

Basic Qualifications:

·      Fluency in Mandarin and English (written, spoken, and reading)

·      A minimum of Bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts or related fields

·      A fast learner and a problem solver 

·      Basic knowledge of or the willingness to learn project management and strategy 

·      Experience with or interest in working with a multicultural team that’s spread out across various time zones 

·      Strong organizational and analytical skills, with the ability to work on multiple tasks simultaneously in a fast-paced environment  

·      Exceptional communication skills and social awareness

·      Self-motivated, well organized

·      Have the analytical skills that allow to make difficult decisions thoughtfully 

·      Will to collaborate and don't view any task as "too small" 

·      Take pride in what we do 

 

Preferred Qualifications:

·      Master’s degree in Fine Arts or related fields

·      Personal experience / teaching experience with Arts competition is preferred

 

Anticipated start date: Immediate/Open to 2021 and 2022 graduates

 

Company Overview

Opened in 2009, THINKTOWN Education is an international organization that provides one-stop education solutions for students in grades 6-12. We specialized in the services like test preparation, academic improvement, and holistic educational development and consulting, particularly for students who are currently studying or planning to study at institutions of higher education in the United States. Over the past ten years we have served over 22,000 students and their families in more than 2,200 schools worldwide.

 

Thinktown’s Multi-Role System: Background and Company Culture

With two headquarters in New York City and Hangzhou, and three satellite offices in Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen, Thinktown now has more than 600 full-time employees globally; about 30 of them locate in New York. Given that Thinktown is still in a start-up period in the US and is growing rapidly, we are expecting every newly join employee to take multiple roles and develop all-round capabilities, while at the same time offering them more opportunities and choices for their career development and help them become future leaders in the company and the industry.

 

This Multi-Role System is also a product of our highly collaborative Company Culture. At Thinktown, we view our team as a soccer team and everyone acts as a team player, our success is based on everyone’s responsibility for their own part and also the willingness to share with and help other team members.

 

Thinktown’s Multi-Role System: Overview

As a Personal Education Advisor, you will focus on a particular track as indicated in the job posting title, at the same time, you will also act as one or more of these 15 roles as described below, according to personal conditions and company needs. Among these roles, Sales, Supervisor, CAE, CPS, Global Event Coordinator, Content Strategy Specialist, Essay Management Coordinator and Arts Management Coordinator require Mandarin Proficiency; CAE, PEA and Essay Management Coordinator are not open to new employees.

1.ES: Edit application essays and school academic essays with students

2.BS: Brainstorm application essays and school academic essays with students

3.Sales: Research and prepare materials for sales pitches to students and their parents, provide students and their parents with consultancy session and sell thinktown products

4.Tutor: Conduct lectures and training sessions either online or in person

5.Supervisor: Course arrangement and follow-up

6.Consulting Associate of Education (CAE): Provide high level college application and career planning counseling to students which includes: (1) School and major selection, daily communication and follow-up with students and parents, phased application material collection and collation (2) Course selection guidance (3) English-test planning and counseling (4) Academic competition planning and counseling (5) Extracurricular activities design, planning and follow up

7.Curriculum Practice Specialist (CPS): Provide high and middle level college application and career planning counseling to students which includes: (1) School and major selection, daily communication and follow-up with students and parents, phased application material collection and collation, application status follow-up, application tables fill-in, visa guidance (2) Course selection guidance (3) English-test planning and counseling, English-writing tutoring, mock interview (4) Academic competition planning and counseling (5) Extracurricular activities design, planning and follow up (6) Information research, students’ information collection and collation

8.Personal Education Advisor (PEA): Provide top-level planning of educational goals, family education counseling, youth mental health counseling and American society and culture consulting

9.Academic Advisor: Supervise in advising subject related products, provide educational guidance and assistance for students by planning schedules, recommending courses, and determining personalized education solutions, assists students with homework, projects, test preparation, papers, academic research and academic writing, provides subject competition and event consultation.

10.Competition Mentor: Supervise in coaching subject related competitions, provide subject competitions and events coach, sets up competition teams, and formulates competition strategies

11.Instructional Designer: Design client-tailored education curricula and programs, provide professional consultations to prospective clients, work with other Instructional Designers and Product Managers to define the scope of learning experiences, clarify learning objectives, timelines, and projected outcomes.

12.Business Product Manager (BPM): Support one or part of an educational product, which may involve conducting market research, writing product handbook, coordinating strategies, monitoring project progress and collecting regular product feedback

13.Global Event Coordinator: Help coordinate both internal and external events; Support building and adhering to an event budget to avoid project overruns; Coordinate and maintain external relationships with students, parents, and event partners

14.Content Strategy Specialist: Co-manage Thinktown’s media accounts and platforms (Wechat, Facebook, Offical website) and optimize content, plan and write for account articles especially for Wechat; Design marketing content for our main products

15.Essay Management Coordinator: Ensure the quality of application essays and relevant documents through our online essay platform (Help improve the platform if needed); facilitate the communication between different parties (clients, consultants, and editing specialists) regarding essay quality

 

Thinktown’s Multi-Role System: Example

Employee A is in Business Product Associate track, 70% of his time is spent on a specific education product development which is “1V2 VIP online course”, as he is also interested in BS and CPS role, he also does brainstorm with students for 20% of his time and provides college application and career planning counseling to students for 10% of his time.

 

To apply for this position, please click “Apply” and fill out the required information to complete your application. Please indicate your preferred roles in the application form.

Thinktown America is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive and supportive environment for all employees.

 

(Latest Update: Jan 1 2022)

 

Other Tracks:

Academic Advisor (Art History Track)
Academic Advisor (Business Track)
Academic Advisor (Biology Track)
Academic Advisor (Chemistry Track)
Academic Advisor (English Track)
Academic Advisor (Economics Track)
Academic Advisor (Fine Arts Track)
Academic Advisor (History Track)
Academic Advisor (Math Competition Track)
Academic Advisor (Writing Track)
Academic Advisor (Physics Track)

(Posted on 1/5/22)

Description

Thinktown America, the American-based division of Thinktown Education, is seeking a motivated Academic Advisor (Math Track) to work full-time in our New York office (Currently we are working from home through December 2021). The responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

Reading and Writing Subjects (RWS) product:

·      Holds pre-talk meetings with student clients, designs tailored education solutions based on students’ backgrounds and specific requests, and provides educational coaching services

·      Provides educational advising and support for students with homework, projects, papers, researches and other academic tasks related to Math subject

·      Managed the progresps of the solution plan for each student, provides timely Q&A services, offers constructive feedback for students and parents

·      Assists Academic Research Desk (ARD) in developing Math educational product, conducting content researches, and updating teaching materials to supplement classroom lessons, including class handouts and problem sets

·      Holds lectures for the International Baccalaureate (IB) Internal Assessment (IA)  Boot Camp course, and works with Math Business Product Manager (BPM) to improve course content

Academic Competitions and Events (ACE) product:

·      Holds content researches and coaching sessions for different math competitions and summer program applications

·      Plans competition schedules; recommends appropriate Math competition and coaches for students based on students’ capabilities and willingness

·      Recommends appropriate Math summer programs for students and provides advising and supports for the application process

·      Assists in making appropriate travel arrangements and communicates with students’ families regarding competitions or other events in a timely manner

Workflow 

·      Completes Price Offering (PO) document based on the solution plan

Communications:  

·      Communicates with student clients and supports their Math personal education needs

·      Collaborates with Math tutors, BPM and other academic advisors based on work needs; completes assigned tasks

·      Delivers Math Subject Based Advising updates during internal meetings

Marketing:

·      Collaborates with Personal Planning Team (PPT) to provide contents and materials required for product marketing

·      Holds events and lectures to potential clients

·      Finishes other marketing-related tasks

 

Current employee benefits and perks include, but are not limited to:

·      Competitive medical, vision, and dental insurance packages

·      Commuter benefits plus supplemental insurance plans

·      Flexible working hours, five sick days, and two weeks of paid vacation

·      Fun team-bonding activities and events

·      Potential travel opportunities to Chinese offices

·      Work Visa sponsorship for ideal candidates

 

Basic Qualifications:

·      Fluency in Mandarin and English (written, spoken, and reading)

·      A minimum of bachelor’s degree in Math or STEM related fields

·      A fast learner and a problem solver 

·      Basic knowledge of or the willingness to learn project management and strategy 

·      Experience with or interest in working with a multicultural team that’s spread out across various time zones 

·      Strong organizational and analytical skills, and can work multiple tasks simultaneously in a fast-paced environment  

·      Exceptional communication skills and social awareness

·      You don't need your hand held as you work — you're self-motivated, well organized, and you have the analytical skills that allow you to make difficult decisions thoughtfully 

·      You love to collaborate and don't view any task as "too small" 

·      You take pride in what you do 

 

Preferred Qualifications:

·      Master’s degree in Math or STEM related fields

·      Personal experience / teaching experience with Math competition is preferred

·      IB Math learning/tutoring experience is preferred

·      Educational research and development experience is preferred

·      Math modelling and research paper writing experience is preferred

 

Anticipated start date: Immediate/Open to 2021 and 2022 graduates

 

Company Overview

Opened in 2009, THINKTOWN Education is an international organization that provides one-stop education solutions for students in grades 6-12. We specialized in the services like test preparation, academic improvement, and holistic educational development and consulting, particularly for students who are currently studying or planning to study at institutions of higher education in the United States. Over the past ten years we have served over 22,000 students and their families in more than 2,200 schools worldwide.

 

Thinktown’s Multi-Role System: Background and Company Culture

With two headquarters in New York City and Hangzhou, and three satellite offices in Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen, Thinktown now has more than 600 full-time employees globally; about 30 of them locate in New York. Given that Thinktown is still in a start-up period in the US and is growing rapidly, we are expecting every newly join employee to take multiple roles and develop all-round capabilities, while at the same time offering them more opportunities and choices for their career development and help them become future leaders in the company and the industry.

 

This Multi-Role System is also a product of our highly collaborative Company Culture. At Thinktown, we view our team as a soccer team and everyone acts as a team player, our success is based on everyone’s responsibility for their own part and also the willingness to share with and help other team members.

 

Thinktown’s Multi-Role System: Overview

As a Personal Education Advisor, you will focus on a particular track as indicated in the job posting title, at the same time, you will also act as one or more of these 15 roles as described below, according to personal conditions and company needs. Among these roles, Sales, Supervisor, CAE, CPS, Global Event Coordinator, Content Strategy Specialist, Essay Management Coordinator and Arts Management Coordinator require Mandarin Proficiency; CAE, PEA and Essay Management Coordinator are not open to new employees.

1.ES: Edit application essays and school academic essays with students

2.BS: Brainstorm application essays and school academic essays with students

3.Sales: Research and prepare materials for sales pitches to students and their parents, provide students and their parents with consultancy session and sell thinktown products

4.Tutor: Conduct lectures and training sessions either online or in person

5.Supervisor: Course arrangement and follow-up

6.Consulting Associate of Education (CAE): Provide high level college application and career planning counseling to students which includes: (1) School and major selection, daily communication and follow-up with students and parents, phased application material collection and collation (2) Course selection guidance (3) English-test planning and counseling (4) Academic competition planning and counseling (5) Extracurricular activities design, planning and follow up

7.Curriculum Practice Specialist (CPS): Provide high and middle level college application and career planning counseling to students which includes: (1) School and major selection, daily communication and follow-up with students and parents, phased application material collection and collation, application status follow-up, application tables fill-in, visa guidance (2) Course selection guidance (3) English-test planning and counseling, English-writing tutoring, mock interview (4) Academic competition planning and counseling (5) Extracurricular activities design, planning and follow up (6) Information research, students’ information collection and collation

8.Personal Education Advisor (PEA): Provide top-level planning of educational goals, family education counseling, youth mental health counseling and American society and culture consulting

9. Academic Advisor: Supervise in advising subject related products, provide educational guidance and assistance for students by planning schedules, recommending courses, and determining personalized education solutions, assists students with homework, projects, test preparation, papers, academic research and academic writing, provides subject competition and event consultation.

10.Competition Mentor: Supervise in coaching subject related competitions, provide subject competitions and events coach, sets up competition teams, and formulates competition strategies

11.Instructional Designer: Design client-tailored education curricula and programs, provide professional consultations to prospective clients, work with other Instructional Designers and Product Managers to define the scope of learning experiences, clarify learning objectives, timelines, and projected outcomes.

12.Business Product Manager (BPM): Support one or part of an educational product, which may involve conducting market research, writing product handbook, coordinating strategies, monitoring project progress and collecting regular product feedback

13.Global Event Coordinator: Help coordinate both internal and external events; Support building and adhering to an event budget to avoid project overruns; Coordinate and maintain external relationships with students, parents, and event partners

14.Content Strategy Specialist: Co-manage Thinktown’s media accounts and platforms (Wechat, Facebook, Offical website) and optimize content, plan and write for account articles especially for Wechat; Design marketing content for our main products

15.Essay Management Coordinator: Ensure the quality of application essays and relevant documents through our online essay platform (Help improve the platform if needed); facilitate the communication between different parties (clients, consultants, and editing specialists) regarding essay quality

 

Thinktown’s Multi-Role System: Example

Employee A is in Business Product Associate track, 70% of his time is spent on a specific education product development which is “1V2 VIP online course”, as he is also interested in BS and CPS role, he also does brainstorm with students for 20% of his time and provides college application and career planning counseling to students for 10% of his time.

 

To apply for this position, please click “Apply” and fill out the required information to complete your application. Please indicate your preferred roles in the application form.

Thinktown America is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive and supportive environment for all employees.

 

(Latest Update: Jan 1 2022)

 

Other Tracks:

Academic Advisor (Art History Track)
Academic Advisor (Business Track)
Academic Advisor (Biology Track)
Academic Advisor (Chemistry Track)
Academic Advisor (English Track)
Academic Advisor (Economics Track)
Academic Advisor (Fine Arts Track)
Academic Advisor (History Track)
Academic Advisor (Math Competition Track)
Academic Advisor (Writing Track)
Academic Advisor (Physics Track)

(Posted on 1/5/22)

Description

Thinktown America, the American-based division of Thinktown Education, is seeking a motivated Academic Advisor (History Track) to work full-time in our New York office (Currently we are working from home through December 2021). The responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

Reading and Writing Subjects (RWS) product:

·      Leads one-on-one or small group lessons that cater to the needs and goals of their students, reviews students’ curricula topics and assignments

·      Provides educational guidance and assistance for students by planning schedules, recommending courses, and determining personalized education solutions for different types of students

·      Provides students important feedback with homework, projects, test preparation, papers, academic research and other academic tasks related to History subject

·      Works with students to help them understand key concepts in history, especially those learned in the classroom

·      Develops and distributes teaching materials to supplement classroom lessons, including study guides, handouts, vocabulary

·      Helps students set study goals, and tracks their progress through conducting practice tests, identifies areas of improvement and finally help them achieve the goals

·      Provides students specific and timely feedback

·      Offers feedback on progress to students' parents and teachers where appropriate

·      Gives students suggestions regarding their long-term progress in history-related subjects

·      Introduces valuable subject competition to students who showed strong interests in history

Academic Competitions and Events (ACE) product:

·      Provides information on various History subject competitions and event consultation

·      Plans competition schedules, recommends appropriate History competition and guides students based on students’ capabilities and willingness. Any integrity policies shall be complied with. The responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

o   Helps develop successful research questions

o   Demonstrates scientific methods in historical research

o   Assists in finding access to valuable sources

o   Offers course on academic writing

·      Recommends appropriate History summer programs for students and facilitates the application process

·      Assists in making appropriate travel arrangements and communicates with families regarding competitions or other events in a timely manner

Workflow :

·      Provides personal academic advice and conducts personal education services in tutoring, teaching assistance, and academic paper

·      Analyzes customers’ academic performance and adjusts academic supporting plan

Communications:  

·      Communicates with customers and supports their History personal education needs

·      Cooperates with History tutors, business product manager and other academic advisors based on work needs

Marketing:

·      Collaborates with Personal Planning Team to provide contents and materials required for product marketing

·      Assists product manager and academic research desk as needed

 

Current employee benefits and perks include, but are not limited to:

·      Competitive medical, vision, and dental insurance packages

·      Commuter benefits plus supplemental insurance plans

·      Flexible working hours, five sick days, and two weeks of paid vacation

·      Fun team-bonding activities and events

·      Potential travel opportunities to Chinese offices

·      Work Visa sponsorship for ideal candidates

 

Basic Qualifications:

·      A minimum of bachelor’s degree in History or related fields

·      A fast learner and a problem solver 

·      Basic knowledge of or the willingness to learn project management and strategy 

·      Experience with or interest in working with a multicultural team that’s spread out across various time zones 

·      Strong organizational and analytical skills, and can work multiple tasks simultaneously in a fast-paced environment  

·      Exceptional communication skills and social awareness

·      You don't need your hand held as you work — you're self-motivated, well organized, and you have the analytical skills that allow you to make difficult decisions thoughtfully 

·      You love to collaborate and don't view any task as "too small" 

·      You take pride in what you do 

 

Preferred Qualifications:

·      Fluency in Mandarin and English (written, spoken, and reading)

·      Master’s degree in Fine History or related fields

·      Personal experience / teaching experience with History competition is preferred

 

Anticipated start date: Immediate/Open to 2021 and 2022 graduates

 

Company Overview

Opened in 2009, THINKTOWN Education is an international organization that provides one-stop education solutions for students in grades 6-12. We specialized in the services like test preparation, academic improvement, and holistic educational development and consulting, particularly for students who are currently studying or planning to study at institutions of higher education in the United States. Over the past ten years we have served over 22,000 students and their families in more than 2,200 schools worldwide.

 

Thinktown’s Multi-Role System: Background and Company Culture

With two headquarters in New York City and Hangzhou, and three satellite offices in Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen, Thinktown now has more than 600 full-time employees globally; about 30 of them locate in New York. Given that Thinktown is still in a start-up period in the US and is growing rapidly, we are expecting every newly join employee to take multiple roles and develop all-round capabilities, while at the same time offering them more opportunities and choices for their career development and help them become future leaders in the company and the industry.

 

This Multi-Role System is also a product of our highly collaborative Company Culture. At Thinktown, we view our team as a soccer team and everyone acts as a team player, our success is based on everyone’s responsibility for their own part and also the willingness to share with and help other team members.

 

Thinktown’s Multi-Role System: Overview

As a Personal Education Advisor, you will focus on a particular track as indicated in the job posting title, at the same time, you will also act as one or more of these 15 roles as described below, according to personal conditions and company needs. Among these roles, Sales, Supervisor, CAE, CPS, Global Event Coordinator, Content Strategy Specialist, Essay Management Coordinator and Arts Management Coordinator require Mandarin Proficiency; CAE, PEA and Essay Management Coordinator are not open to new employees.

1.ES: Edit application essays and school academic essays with students

2.BS: Brainstorm application essays and school academic essays with students

3.Sales: Research and prepare materials for sales pitches to students and their parents, provide students and their parents with consultancy session and sell thinktown products

4.Tutor: Conduct lectures and training sessions either online or in person

5.Supervisor: Course arrangement and follow-up

6.Consulting Associate of Education (CAE): Provide high level college application and career planning counseling to students which includes: (1) School and major selection, daily communication and follow-up with students and parents, phased application material collection and collation (2) Course selection guidance (3) English-test planning and counseling (4) Academic competition planning and counseling (5) Extracurricular activities design, planning and follow up

7.Curriculum Practice Specialist (CPS): Provide high and middle level college application and career planning counseling to students which includes: (1) School and major selection, daily communication and follow-up with students and parents, phased application material collection and collation, application status follow-up, application tables fill-in, visa guidance (2) Course selection guidance (3) English-test planning and counseling, English-writing tutoring, mock interview (4) Academic competition planning and counseling (5) Extracurricular activities design, planning and follow up (6) Information research, students’ information collection and collation

8.Personal Education Advisor (PEA): Provide top-level planning of educational goals, family education counseling, youth mental health counseling and American society and culture consulting

9.Academic Advisor: Supervise in advising subject related products, provide educational guidance and assistance for students by planning schedules, recommending courses, and determining personalized education solutions, assists students with homework, projects, test preparation, papers, academic research and academic writing, provides subject competition and event consultation.

10.Competition Mentor: Supervise in coaching subject related competitions, provide subject competitions and events coach, sets up competition teams, and formulates competition strategies

11.Instructional Designer: Design client-tailored education curricula and programs, provide professional consultations to prospective clients, work with other Instructional Designers and Product Managers to define the scope of learning experiences, clarify learning objectives, timelines, and projected outcomes.

12.Business Product Manager (BPM): Support one or part of an educational product, which may involve conducting market research, writing product handbook, coordinating strategies, monitoring project progress and collecting regular product feedback

13.Global Event Coordinator: Help coordinate both internal and external events; Support building and adhering to an event budget to avoid project overruns; Coordinate and maintain external relationships with students, parents, and event partners

14.Content Strategy Specialist: Co-manage Thinktown’s media accounts and platforms (Wechat, Facebook, Offical website) and optimize content, plan and write for account articles especially for Wechat; Design marketing content for our main products

15.Essay Management Coordinator: Ensure the quality of application essays and relevant documents through our online essay platform (Help improve the platform if needed); facilitate the communication between different parties (clients, consultants, and editing specialists) regarding essay quality

 

Thinktown’s Multi-Role System: Example

Employee A is in Business Product Associate track, 70% of his time is spent on a specific education product development which is “1V2 VIP online course”, as he is also interested in BS and CPS role, he also does brainstorm with students for 20% of his time and provides college application and career planning counseling to students for 10% of his time.

 

To apply for this position, please click “Apply” and fill out the required information to complete your application. Please indicate your preferred roles in the application form.

Thinktown America is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive and supportive environment for all employees.

 

(Latest Update: Jan 1 2022)

Other Tracks:

Academic Advisor (Art History Track)
Academic Advisor (Business Track)
Academic Advisor (Biology Track)
Academic Advisor (Chemistry Track)
Academic Advisor (English Track)
Academic Advisor (Economics Track)
Academic Advisor (Fine Arts Track)
Academic Advisor (History Track)
Academic Advisor (Math Competition Track)
Academic Advisor (Writing Track)
Academic Advisor (Physics Track)

(Posted on 1/5/22)

Description

Thinktown America, the American-based division of Thinktown Education, is seeking a motivated Academic Advisor (Physics Track) to work full-time in our New York office (Currently we are working from home through December 2021). The responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

Reading and Writing Subjects (RWS) product:

·      Leads one-on-one or small group lessons that cater to the needs and goals of their students, reviews students’ curricula topics and assignments

·      Provides educational guidance and assistance for students by planning schedules, recommending courses, and determining personalized education solutions for different types of students

·      Assists students with homework, experiments, test preparation, papers, academic research, and other academic tasks related to Physics subject

·      Works with students to help them understand key concepts and develop systematic

approaches to different problems

·      Develops and distributes teaching materials to supplement classroom lessons, including study guides

·      Conducts Physics educational products and content research and develops teaching materials with tutors

·      Conducts practice tests to track progress, identify areas of improvement and help set goals for exam preparation

·      Guide students on Internal Assessment (IA), Theory of Knowledge  (TOK), Extended Essay (EE), International Baccalaureate (IB) courses and Physics related academic writing

·      Provides students positive and constructive feedback

·      Offers feedback on progress to students' parents and teachers where appropriate

Academic Competitions and Events (ACE) product:

·      Provides Physics subject competition and event consultation

·      Plans competition schedules, recommends appropriate Physics competition and coaches for students based on their capabilities and willingness

·      Recommends appropriate Physics summer programs for students and facilitates the application process

·      Assists in making appropriate travel arrangements and communicates with families regarding competitions or other events in a timely manner

Workflow:

·      Provides personal academic advice and conducts personal education services in tutoring, teaching assistance, and academic paper

·      Analyzes customers’ academic performance and adjusts academic supporting plan

Communications:  

·      Communicates with customers and supports their Physics personal education needs

·      Cooperates with Physics tutors, business product manager and other academic advisors based on work needs

Marketing:

·      Collaborates with Personal Planning Team to provide contents and materials required for product marketing

·      Assists product manager and academic research desk as needed

 

Current employee benefits and perks include, but are not limited to:

·      Competitive medical, vision, and dental insurance packages

·      Commuter benefits plus supplemental insurance plans

·      Flexible working hours, five sick days, and two weeks of paid vacation

·      Fun team-bonding activities and events

·      Potential travel opportunities to Chinese offices

·      Work Visa sponsorship for ideal candidates

 

Basic Qualifications:

·      Fluency in Mandarin and English (written, spoken, and reading)

·      A minimum of Bachelor’s degree in Physics or related fields

·      A fast learner and a problem solver 

·      Basic knowledge of or the willingness to learn project management and strategy 

·      Experience with or interest in working with a multicultural team that’s spread out across various time zones 

·      Strong organizational and analytical skills, and can work multiple tasks simultaneously in a fast-paced environment  

·      Exceptional communication skills and social awareness

·      You don't need your hand held as you work — you're self-motivated, well organized, and you have the analytical skills that allow you to make difficult decisions thoughtfully 

·      You love to collaborate and don't view any task as "too small" 

·      You take pride in what you do 

 

Preferred Qualifications:

·      Master’s degree in Physics or related fields

·      Personal experience / teaching experience with Physics competition is preferred

 

Anticipated start date: Immediate/Open to 2021 and 2022 graduates

 

Company Overview

Opened in 2009, THINKTOWN Education is an international organization that provides one-stop education solutions for students in grades 6-12. We specialized in the services like test preparation, academic improvement, and holistic educational development and consulting, particularly for students who are currently studying or planning to study at institutions of higher education in the United States. Over the past ten years we have served over 22,000 students and their families in more than 2,200 schools worldwide.

 

Thinktown’s Multi-Role System: Background and Company Culture

With two headquarters in New York City and Hangzhou, and three satellite offices in Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen, Thinktown now has more than 600 full-time employees globally; about 30 of them locate in New York. Given that Thinktown is still in a start-up period in the US and is growing rapidly, we are expecting every newly join employee to take multiple roles and develop all-round capabilities, while at the same time offering them more opportunities and choices for their career development and help them become future leaders in the company and the industry.

 

This Multi-Role System is also a product of our highly collaborative Company Culture. At Thinktown, we view our team as a soccer team and everyone acts as a team player, our success is based on everyone’s responsibility for their own part and also the willingness to share with and help other team members.

 

Thinktown’s Multi-Role System: Overview

As a Personal Education Advisor, you will focus on a particular track as indicated in the job posting title, at the same time, you will also act as one or more of these 15 roles as described below, according to personal conditions and company needs. Among these roles, Sales, Supervisor, CAE, CPS, Global Event Coordinator, Content Strategy Specialist, Essay Management Coordinator and Arts Management Coordinator require Mandarin Proficiency; CAE, PEA and Essay Management Coordinator are not open to new employees.

1.ES: Edit application essays and school academic essays with students

2.BS: Brainstorm application essays and school academic essays with students

3.Sales: Research and prepare materials for sales pitches to students and their parents, provide students and their parents with consultancy session and sell thinktown products

4.Tutor: Conduct lectures and training sessions either online or in person

5.Supervisor: Course arrangement and follow-up

6.Consulting Associate of Education (CAE): Provide high level college application and career planning counseling to students which includes: (1) School and major selection, daily communication and follow-up with students and parents, phased application material collection and collation (2) Course selection guidance (3) English-test planning and counseling (4) Academic competition planning and counseling (5) Extracurricular activities design, planning and follow up

7.Curriculum Practice Specialist (CPS): Provide high and middle level college application and career planning counseling to students which includes: (1) School and major selection, daily communication and follow-up with students and parents, phased application material collection and collation, application status follow-up, application tables fill-in, visa guidance (2) Course selection guidance (3) English-test planning and counseling, English-writing tutoring, mock interview (4) Academic competition planning and counseling (5) Extracurricular activities design, planning and follow up (6) Information research, students’ information collection and collation

8.Personal Education Advisor (PEA): Provide top-level planning of educational goals, family education counseling, youth mental health counseling and American society and culture consulting

9.Academic Advisor: Supervise in advising subject related products, provide educational guidance and assistance for students by planning schedules, recommending courses, and determining personalized education solutions, assists students with homework, projects, test preparation, papers, academic research and academic writing, provides subject competition and event consultation.

10.Competition Mentor: Supervise in coaching subject related competitions, provide subject competitions and events coach, sets up competition teams, and formulates competition strategies

11.Instructional Designer: Design client-tailored education curricula and programs, provide professional consultations to prospective clients, work with other Instructional Designers and Product Managers to define the scope of learning experiences, clarify learning objectives, timelines, and projected outcomes.

12.Business Product Manager (BPM): Support one or part of an educational product, which may involve conducting market research, writing product handbook, coordinating strategies, monitoring project progress and collecting regular product feedback

13.Global Event Coordinator: Help coordinate both internal and external events; Support building and adhering to an event budget to avoid project overruns; Coordinate and maintain external relationships with students, parents, and event partners

14.Content Strategy Specialist: Co-manage Thinktown’s media accounts and platforms (Wechat, Facebook, Offical website) and optimize content, plan and write for account articles especially for Wechat; Design marketing content for our main products

15.Essay Management Coordinator: Ensure the quality of application essays and relevant documents through our online essay platform (Help improve the platform if needed); facilitate the communication between different parties (clients, consultants, and editing specialists) regarding essay quality

 

Thinktown’s Multi-Role System: Example

Employee A is in Business Product Associate track, 70% of his time is spent on a specific education product development which is “1V2 VIP online course”, as he is also interested in BS and CPS role, he also does brainstorm with students for 20% of his time and provides college application and career planning counseling to students for 10% of his time.

 

To apply for this position, please click “Apply” and fill out the required information to complete your application. Please indicate your preferred roles in the application form.

Thinktown America is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive and supportive environment for all employees.

 

(Latest Update: Jan 1 2022)

 

Other Tracks:

Academic Advisor (Art History Track)
Academic Advisor (Business Track)
Academic Advisor (Biology Track)
Academic Advisor (Chemistry Track)
Academic Advisor (English Track)
Academic Advisor (Economics Track)
Academic Advisor (Fine Arts Track)
Academic Advisor (History Track)
Academic Advisor (Math Competition Track)
Academic Advisor (Writing Track)
Academic Advisor (Physics Track)

(Posted on 1/5/22)

Description

Thinktown America, the American-based division of Thinktown Education, is seeking a motivated Academic Advisor (Writing Track) to work full-time in our New York office (Currently we are working from home through December 2021). The responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

Product content development:

·      Research the target market and customer needs related to the Writing Subject and products (such as national and/or global academic and creative writing competitions, literary magazines for teens, etc.)

·      Cooperate with other members of the Writing Subject team and the Art and Writing Department (AWD) to develop new product lines and continue to optimize existing product content

·      Carry out Writing Subject related academic research and develop relevant teaching materials based on product design and planning

·      Carry out internal product testing based on the product design, planning and standard operational procedures

·      Contribute to Writing Subject related content creation and internal, external publicity activities as demanded by the marketing strategy and needs of the Writing Subject team

Product internal testing:

·      Assist in the design, development and improvement of Writing Subject internal product testing procedures and content

·      Conduct research into Writing competitions and events, and maintain relevant databases or collection of materials such as past winning essays

·      Provide personalized writing academic advice and activity consultation and advisory services based on the needs and interests of clients

·      Provides brainstorming, outlining, draft editing services to students participating in writing contests

·      Collect and analyze internal user feedback and optimize the product content and procedure

Subject team building:

·      Report the progress of Writing Subject related work to the Writing Subject Business Product Manager (BPM), academic research project leader, AWD manager, and CEO

·      Assist in the onboarding and training process of new members of the Writing Subject team

 

Current employee benefits and perks include, but are not limited to:

·      Competitive medical, vision, and dental insurance packages

·      Commuter benefits plus supplemental insurance plans

·      Flexible working hours, five sick days, and two weeks of paid vacation

·      Fun team-bonding activities and events

·      Potential travel opportunities to Chinese offices

·      Work Visa sponsorship for ideal candidates

 

Basic Qualifications:

·      A minimum of Bachelor’s degree in English, Creative Writing, Journalism, or other humanities related field

·      Exceptional academic and creative writing skills

·      Experience in editing, proofreading, peer critique, and mentoring

·      A fast learner and a problem solver 

·      Basic knowledge of or the willingness to learn project management and strategy 

·      Experience with or interest in working with a multicultural team that’s spread out across various time zones 

·      Strong organizational and analytical skills, and can work multiple tasks simultaneously in a fast-paced environment  

·      Exceptional communication skills and social awareness

·      You don't need your hand held as you work — you're self-motivated, well organized, and you have the analytical skills that allow you to make difficult decisions thoughtfully 

·      You love to collaborate and don't view any task as "too small" 

·      You take pride in what you do 

 

Preferred Qualifications:

·      Fluency in Mandarin and English (written, spoken, and reading)

·      Master’s degree in English, Creative Writing, Journalism, or other humanities related field

·      Writing-related pedagogical experience is a plus

·      Experience in writing for news media and/or online publication is a plus

 

Anticipated start date: Immediate/Open to 2021 and 2022 graduates

 

Company Overview

Opened in 2009, THINKTOWN Education is an international organization that provides one-stop education solutions for students in grades 6-12. We specialized in the services like test preparation, academic improvement, and holistic educational development and consulting, particularly for students who are currently studying or planning to study at institutions of higher education in the United States. Over the past ten years we have served over 22,000 students and their families in more than 2,200 schools worldwide.

 

Thinktown’s Multi-Role System: Background and Company Culture

With two headquarters in New York City and Hangzhou, and three satellite offices in Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen, Thinktown now has more than 600 full-time employees globally; about 30 of them locate in New York. Given that Thinktown is still in a start-up period in the US and is growing rapidly, we are expecting every newly join employee to take multiple roles and develop all-round capabilities, while at the same time offering them more opportunities and choices for their career development and help them become future leaders in the company and the industry.

 

This Multi-Role System is also a product of our highly collaborative Company Culture. At Thinktown, we view our team as a soccer team and everyone acts as a team player, our success is based on everyone’s responsibility for their own part and also the willingness to share with and help other team members.

 

Thinktown’s Multi-Role System: Overview

As a Personal Education Advisor, you will focus on a particular track as indicated in the job posting title, at the same time, you will also act as one or more of these 15 roles as described below, according to personal conditions and company needs. Among these roles, Sales, Supervisor, CAE, CPS, Global Event Coordinator, Content Strategy Specialist, Essay Management Coordinator and Arts Management Coordinator require Mandarin Proficiency; CAE, PEA and Essay Management Coordinator are not open to new employees.

1.ES: Edit application essays and school academic essays with students

2.BS: Brainstorm application essays and school academic essays with students

3.Sales: Research and prepare materials for sales pitches to students and their parents, provide students and their parents with consultancy session and sell thinktown products

4.Tutor: Conduct lectures and training sessions either online or in person

5.Supervisor: Course arrangement and follow-up

6.Consulting Associate of Education (CAE): Provide high level college application and career planning counseling to students which includes: (1) School and major selection, daily communication and follow-up with students and parents, phased application material collection and collation (2) Course selection guidance (3) English-test planning and counseling (4) Academic competition planning and counseling (5) Extracurricular activities design, planning and follow up

7.Curriculum Practice Specialist (CPS): Provide high and middle level college application and career planning counseling to students which includes: (1) School and major selection, daily communication and follow-up with students and parents, phased application material collection and collation, application status follow-up, application tables fill-in, visa guidance (2) Course selection guidance (3) English-test planning and counseling, English-writing tutoring, mock interview (4) Academic competition planning and counseling (5) Extracurricular activities design, planning and follow up (6) Information research, students’ information collection and collation

8.Personal Education Advisor (PEA): Provide top-level planning of educational goals, family education counseling, youth mental health counseling and American society and culture consulting

9. Academic Advisor: Supervise in advising subject related products, provide educational guidance and assistance for students by planning schedules, recommending courses, and determining personalized education solutions, assists students with homework, projects, test preparation, papers, academic research and academic writing, provides subject competition and event consultation.

10.Competition Mentor: Supervise in coaching subject related competitions, provide subject competitions and events coach, sets up competition teams, and formulates competition strategies

11.Instructional Designer: Design client-tailored education curricula and programs, provide professional consultations to prospective clients, work with other Instructional Designers and Product Managers to define the scope of learning experiences, clarify learning objectives, timelines, and projected outcomes.

12.Business Product Manager (BPM): Support one or part of an educational product, which may involve conducting market research, writing product handbook, coordinating strategies, monitoring project progress and collecting regular product feedback

13.Global Event Coordinator: Help coordinate both internal and external events; Support building and adhering to an event budget to avoid project overruns; Coordinate and maintain external relationships with students, parents, and event partners

14.Content Strategy Specialist: Co-manage Thinktown’s media accounts and platforms (Wechat, Facebook, Offical website) and optimize content, plan and write for account articles especially for Wechat; Design marketing content for our main products

15.Essay Management Coordinator: Ensure the quality of application essays and relevant documents through our online essay platform (Help improve the platform if needed); facilitate the communication between different parties (clients, consultants, and editing specialists) regarding essay quality

 

Thinktown’s Multi-Role System: Example

Employee A is in Business Product Associate track, 70% of his time is spent on a specific education product development which is “1V2 VIP online course”, as he is also interested in BS and CPS role, he also does brainstorm with students for 20% of his time and provides college application and career planning counseling to students for 10% of his time.

 

To apply for this position, please click “Apply”  and fill out the required information to complete your application. Please indicate your preferred roles in the application form.

Thinktown America is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive and supportive environment for all employees.

 

(Latest Update: Jan 1 2022)

 

Other Tracks:

Academic Advisor (Art History Track)
Academic Advisor (Business Track)
Academic Advisor (Biology Track)
Academic Advisor (Chemistry Track)
Academic Advisor (English Track)
Academic Advisor (Economics Track)
Academic Advisor (Fine Arts Track)
Academic Advisor (History Track)
Academic Advisor (Math Competition Track)
Academic Advisor (Writing Track)
Academic Advisor (Physics Track)

(Posted on 11/30/21)

10 - 20 hours per week of intern hours (based on availability)

 The Spence School, an independent all-girls school located on the Upper East Side of New York City, seeks an Academic Technology Intern to support technology integration woven throughout the teaching and learning experience. Over the last two years, teachers have developed new ways to engage and assess learning, provide feedback on student work and they have assigned collaborative projects to support creativity and reflection. We are hoping to find an intern who would like to build on the excitement of our new 1-1 device program and galvanize the practices of remote and hybrid learning into sustainable models of teaching. These 10-20 hours of in-person work will count towards internship credit forming part of the MSTU program at Teachers College.

 

Intern responsibilities:

Supporting tech-enabled teaching and learning

  • Support the roll-out of Year 2 of a 1-1 device program in Lower and Middle School
  • Guide teachers with new Macbook Air laptops and classroom technology 

Instructional tech training

  • Support and facilitate “tech cafe” sessions focusing on tech tools and strategies 
  • Prepare documentation and training materials for the piloting of new edtech tools

Academic Tech projects

  • Partner with a key department within the school to provide integration for project-based work, ways to improve workflow and develop instructional materials
  • Plan and support a Middle School project showcasing technology’s impact on humanity and society

 

The intern will work alongside the Academic Technology Team and report to Jo Beckwith, Director of Academic Technology. Jo graduated from the TC Instructional Technology and Media program and has worked in several school settings (public and private) in New York City and abroad, and is a current NYCISTk-6 leader.

 

An Ideal candidate:

  • Demonstrates pedagogical skill and an appreciation for the science and the craft of teaching
  • Finds joy in working with children and in school life 
  • Demonstrates cultural competency and skills engaging with and learning from people with diverse backgrounds and experiences
  • Supports Spence’s commitment to equity
  • Approaches work with energy, kindness, maturity, curiosity, flexibility, and a sense of humor
  • Regards collaboration as an essential component of professional growth and values working on a team
  • Enjoys a commitment that extends beyond the classroom, including contributions to the larger school community
  • Understands the edtech landscape and is able to discern the value of emerging technologies 
  • Possesses experience designing creative learning experiences using technology as well as basic troubleshooting and supporting technology infrastructure 
  • Possesses experience facilitating training or professional development for adults and has worked with students preferably Middle School students
  • Basic understanding of Spanish is desirable
  • Availability for 10-20 hours per week (in-person)



Interested candidates should submit a resume and cover letter to jbeckwith@spenceschool.org. Please include two references.

(Posted: 11/2/21)

The NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS) offers a limited number of internship opportunities to high school, undergraduate and graduate students.

Many student internships at NASA GISS are part of the year-round Climate Change Research Initiative (CCRI). Teams of high school and undergraduate students and faculty work alongside graduate students and the lead scientists of NASA-funded research projects at universities in the New York City metropolitan region or at NASA/GISS under the mentorship of a GISS scientist.

Most non-CCRI internship opportunities require some level of college study, computer programmming, or other technical experience.

Internship Opportunities

The application deadline for Spring 2002 internship opportunities has passed.

Following are internship opportunities that have been announced (as of Nov. 1, 2021) for Summer 2022. These projects are seeking high school and undergraduate interns. The application deadline for these opportunities is Mar. 4, 2022.

Opportunities marked "CCRI" are part of the Climate Change Research Research Initiative. CCRI opportunities that are not marked "@ GISS" will be mentored by scientists at other NASA facilities. We expect several non-CCRI opportunities will be added to this listing at the start of 2022.

  • CCRI: Characterizing the Urban Land Surface Temperature via an Innovative, Multi-Platformed Suite of Satellite and Ground-Remote Sensing Technologies @ GISS
  • CCRI: Climate Change in the Hudson Estuary — Past, Present and Future @ GISS
  • CCRI: Earth Observation Applications for Resiliency — Assessing Climate Change Impacts in Urban, Agricultural, and Natural Environments @ GISS
  • CCRI: Atmospheric Rivers in a Changing Climate @ GISS
  • CCRI: The Expanding Legacy of Landsat &mdash$ Documenting Environmental Change Beyond Five Decades @ GSFC
  • CCRI: Developing New Understandings of the Environmental Impacts of the Changing Urban Fabric in a Changing Climate @ GSFC

Descriptions of these Summer 2022 projects are also available.

Note: As of Nov. 1, 2021, we have not yet received guidance regarding requirements for physical attendance for Summer 2022 opportunities, i.e., whether these acitivies must be on-site or will be virtual/remote ("work from home").

How to Apply

Interested students interested must apply for NASA/GISS internships via the intern.nasa.gov website.

Applicants must be US citizens and currently enrolled in a formal education program of study with a minimum grade point average of 3.0.

Information regarding international student eligibility requirements to apply for internship programs at other NASA facilities can be found on the NASA Intenerships and Fellowships website.


Resources for Interns

Following is a short list of links potentially useful to students currently doing interships at NASA/GISS:

Contact

For more information about educational opportunities at NASA/GISS, please contact Mr. Matthew Pearce.

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(Posted: 9/27/21)

Description: GRA – Instructional Design / Education Technology

Columbia University’s National Center for Disaster Preparedness (NCDP) is working on a series of post-disaster economic, housing recovery, mass care and pandemic planning training grants and is seeking a Graduate Research Assistant with an interest in instructional design and education technologies to assist in the development and dissemination of instructor led and web-based courses.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Assist in the design and development of instructor-led and online trainings per the ADDIE instructional design model
  • Consult on the instructional design of web-based training and storyboards
  • Assist in the development of instructor and participant guides for trainings
  • Assist in the design of LMS and digital tools
  • Assist in collecting and analyzing LMS data, creating reports and written communication
  • Assist in the development of evaluation mechanisms for instructor-led and online trainings per the Kirkpatrick Model
  • Attend area seminars and other meetings, as needed

Skills Required
Experience with Learning Management Systems and authoring tools such as Articulate products. Strong organizational skills, excellent written and oral communication skills required; Familiarity with Microsoft programs, including PowerPoint, Word, and Excel. Basic data literacy and learning analytics skills required.

Preferred Qualifications:
Strong candidates will possess intermediate to advanced knowledge of Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, ADA and 508 Compliance, HTML, CSS, Notepad++ and PowerPoint template design. Familiarity with data analysis and visualization tools a plus.

Ideal candidates are adaptable, highly motivated, a fast learner, and be able to work independently in a collaborative environment. Familiarity with emergency management, including FEMA laws and regulations and FEMA/SBA/EDA/HUD disaster relief programs. Familiarity with issues involving urban planning, financial literacy, public health and long-term disaster recovery a plus.

Please send your resume to Josh DeVincenzo: jld2225@columbia.edu

(Posted: 9/17/21)

Internship Opportunity
Center for Technology and School Change (CTSC)
Fall 2021 Semester


The Center for Technology and School Change (CTSC) is a research, evaluation, and
professional development center at Teachers College, Columbia University. Under the direction of Dr. Ellen Meier, the Center has developed a systemic professional development approach for the creation of innovative learning environments for all students. Recognizing technology as a catalyst for transforming instruction, the Center engages in research and practice to reimagine approaches to equitable education in the digital age. This evolving model reflects research and understandings generated from over a decade of collaborative work with schools and districts to design and implement technology-rich curriculum in ways that engage students in a deeper understanding of content.


The Center is looking for two interns for the Fall 2021 semester, to work on either the professional development or research and evaluation teams. The internship will be remote. A summary of each respective internship experience is below.


Research and Evaluation Internship

A Research and Evaluation internship with the Center for Technology and School Change would provide the opportunity to work alongside experienced researchers as they strive to improve teaching and learning through inquiry aligned to the mission of the Center. Past interns have had the opportunity to participate in various phases of the research process, from initial research design to data collection and analysis.

Candidates must have an interest in teacher practice and a willingness to learn. Teaching experience is not required. However, some graduate coursework in curriculum development, technology integration, educational research design and measurement, or policy is preferred.

Professional Development Internship
A professional development internship with the Center for Technology and School Change would provide the opportunity to: (1) gain a deeper understanding of design approaches to instruction;(2) work alongside K-12 educators, professional developers, and researchers in designing innovative STEM learning environments for all students; (3) develop standards-based STEM projects for use with teachers in K-12 classrooms; and, (4) support the Center’s international research agenda on issues pertaining to innovating instruction for all students.

This Fall semester, interns will have the opportunity to work in either a professional development and/or a research capacity by supporting the Center’s several STEM grant initiatives. Candidates must have an interest in teacher practice and a willingness to learn. Some teaching experience, preferably in STEM areas, is required. Some graduate coursework in curriculum development, technology integration, or policy is preferred. Research experience is not required. Availability
on Tuesday and Thursday mornings is a plus for participation in regular staff  meetings, and flexibility in scheduling will enable more opportunities to engage in project activities, particularly from a professional development perspective. Interns must be registered students in a Teachers College CMLTD program.

To Apply
Please email your resume to Sarah Sreedhar at ss5021@tc.columbia.edu, indicating your interest in the Center and preference for a research and evaluation or a professional development experience. For information on the Center, visit http://ctsc.tc.columbia.edu or follow us on Twitter @CTSC_TC.


Stipend of 1-2 credits for Fall 2021 (5-10 hours per week)

(Posted: 9/9/21)

About the Internship

Barry Joseph Consulting is looking for a graduate student in the capacity of UX Design Intern to help inform and advance a wide arrange of projects. Current projects include:

  • Creating a nationwide community of science educators
  • Advising pedagogy within a new Korean elementary school curriculum on digital leadership
  • Developing a new web site to support vendors at a large NYC flea market
  • Ideating a new middle-school focused climate change educational experience

Position Responsibilities Might Include:

  • Develop personas, journey maps, and experience maps
  • Developing customer insight through focus groups, surveys, and more
  • Prototyping and evaluating
  • Other ways to leverage you learning to advance the current projects

Process

  • Intern will work offsite for three days per week, supervised and collaborating directly with Barry Joseph.
  • Graduate student studying in the fields of Instructional Design/Technologies, User Experience, Education, Human-Computer Interaction, or a related field.
  • Experience with CX/UX tools, products and processes (wireframing, developing personas, creating journey or experience maps, performing a market comp, working with business requirements, etc.).
  • Detail oriented, with strong time management, prioritization skills, and project management.
  • Experience with InDesign, Figma, or related tools a plus.
  • Self-motivated, willing to learn, and interested in working in a team environment.
  • A high level of flexibility, persistence and dependability.
  • Strong spoken and written communication skills.
  • Comfort working remotely.

Qualifications

  • Graduate student studying in the fields of Instructional Design/Technologies, User Experience, Education, Human-Computer Interaction, or a related field.
  • Experience with CX/UX tools, products and processes (wireframing, developing personas, creating journey or experience maps, performing a market comp, working with business requirements, etc.).
  • Detail oriented, with strong time management, prioritization skills, and project management.
  • Experience with InDesign, Figma, or related tools a plus.
  • Self-motivated, willing to learn, and interested in working in a team environment.
  • A high level of flexibility, persistence and dependability.
  • Strong spoken and written communication skills.
  • Comfort working remotely.

Commitment

This is a Fall 2021 placement, beginning mid-September and running until December/January. Intern will be expected to work three days per week.

About Barry Joseph:

Barry Joseph is founder of Barry Joseph Consulting, a driving force at both the strategic and the tactical level in digital engagement, youth development and digital learning.

For a dozen years, at Global Kids (a NYC-based after school organization) then for six years at the American Museum of Natural History, Barry oversaw the strategy, design, and implementation of a slate of over 100 youth courses that applied the latest technology to engage youth to develop their skills and passions through youth media productions and design practices.

Barry has also worked for over a decade with museums to innovate visitor-facing experiences through iterative design, with a particular focus on prototyping and evaluating cutting-edge visitor-facing experiences.

Most recently, as VP of Digital Experience at the Girl Scouts of the USA, he used tools of user experience (UX) and customer experience (CX) to make complexity accessible, supporting the development of a seamless digital customer experience that increased retention and drove new membership.

Along the way he has built many communities of practice still active today, like Games For Change and the Emoti-Con! Youth Media Fair, and launched many youth media projects and products.

Barry has taught thousands of NYC youth and facilitated over a thousand hours of youth programming, including as troop leader of his daughter’s Girl Scout Troop.

His first book, Seltzertopia, came out in 2018, and his next book - on digital design in museums - will be published by AAM in 2022. He often writes about digital engagement on his blog Mooshme.org. @mmmooshme. BarryJosephConsulting.com.

Barry Joseph Consulting is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class

Compensation

A $1k stipend will be provided.

Apply

If interested, please send:

  • Sample of work related to any of the “Position Responsibilities” detailed above.
  • Cover letter (including why you are interested in this position and how it aligns with your interests and skills).

Please email your CV and portfolio to Barry Joseph at BarryJosephConsulting@gmail.com - Subject Line: UX Design Intern Application

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