|Hours a Week||Up to 10||Hours||9am-5pm|
|Start Date||ASAP||Post Date||10/1/2015|
The Research and Program Assistant will participate in a variety of activities associated with the Deaf STEM Community Alliance including research activities such as qualitative and quantative date analysis, literature reviews, and writing projects. In addition, the Research and Program Assistant will encourage the active participation of members of the Deaf STEM Alliance's Deaf and Hard of Hearing Virtual Academic Community (DHHVAC) through the use of DHHVAC infrastructure (a website) and Google applications inc luding social media (Google+, and Google+ Hangout. Http://www.dhhvac.org
1) Participate in qualitative and quantitative research activities; 2) Work with Deaf STEM Alliances project team to encourage student, tutor, and mentor engagement with DHHVAC Google+ private community; 3) Select and post relevant, accessible, STEM related articles in the DHHVAC G+ private page; 4) Prepare and distribute a regular (weekly/semi-monthly) digest of events and notes of interest to DHHVAC members; 5) Provide technical assistance to users of the DHHVAC.
Assist project team with other activities as required.
Excellent written communication skills; Ability to communicate in American Sign Language; Familiarity with social media and its promotion; Knowledge of social media strategies to encourage social media presence.
Knowledge of Google+; Experience with Google Handouts and/or remote video conferencing;
|To Apply Contact:||Lisa Elliot|
|Phone||Not Available||TTY||Not Available|
|firstname.lastname@example.org||Department||NTID Office of the President|
|Hours a Week||4+||Hours||Varies (daytime)|
|Start Date||8/26/15||Post Date||8/28/2015|
RIT students needed to tutor students who are currently enrolled in high school; Subjects included are: Biology, History, ELA, Algebra, Spanish; Service is delivered at off campus at a DOWNTOWN location (25 mins from RIT); Tutoring positions are available between 8:00am to 4:00pm, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday.
We are looking for RIT students to assist with increasing high school studentsí achievement rates by tutoring them in their school. RIT Tutors will work directly with the HS teachers and the students in small-group and one-on-one situations. You must be reliable, patient, and have a good background in one or more of the subjects described. You will also be encouraged to interact with the students as a mentor.
Students require tutors who possess very strong English language speaking skills.
You must provide your own transportation to/from the school site. You must submit to background check authorization and fingerprinting.
|To Apply Contact:||Dianne Spang|
|email@example.com||Department||RIT K-12 University Center for Engaging K-12|