Job Title: Intern, Teaching
Contact Phone 4053455010
Ramier (Ray) Shaik
This project is geared to foster innovation at an early age. Our programs are lively and hands-on using the latest robotics technologies. We take pride in making Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math activities fun. Visit techjoynt.com to learn more about this project.
We give our interns a great learning experience with new technologies in a warm and savvy work setting at techJOYnT. Our interns will be given an opportunity to attend free training and user group sessions at techJOYnT and shadow the most prolific tech entrepreneurs in Oklahoma City.
Benefits to Student:
Student will collaborate in aspects of engineering, marketing, and public relations in today’s digital world. Our work culture is professional and attire is business casual unless client facing meeting requires dressing up. An ideal fit in this role is a technology savvy individual with high career aspirations in high-tech industry.
We do a monthly performance review and guide the student through the internship term. Our first term of internship is not paid since we believe it is the vetting period. However, the returning interns get paid $8/hr and we work with the school to fulfill their requirements for college credit.
- Research entrepreneurship and digital arts challenges for elementary kids
- Develop lesson plans based on standard curriculum to engage elementary kids
- Research STEM grant requirements and manage grant writing process
- Social Media presence on Twitter/YouTube/Linkedin/Facebook/Google+
- Making youtube/vimeo videos of build demonstrations and upload
- Taking pictures and giving event updates to marketing responsible person
- Display robotic kits and answer business questions at local competitions
- Assist at robotics events with readiness and preparation of instruction sets
- Build robots with the provided instructions and setup field prior to challenges
- Previous exposure to lesson planning a must
- Good interpersonal relations with all age groups
- Must enjoy working with ages 9 thru 14 to engage their curiosity
- Creative arts background preferred but not required
- Must have taken basic instructional design and child psychology courses
- Enjoy working with next generation of technology
- Graphics design and website development experience desired
- Applicants must have awareness of F.I.R.S.T. Robotics programs i.e. FLL/FTC/FRC
- Based on the role we will make training tutorials available with appropriate mentoring
- Must be able to work 20 to 24 hours per week with at-least 6 hours at a time.
- Arrive on time at 8328 Glade Ave and start contributing to the project.
We take great pride in developing our interns with the industry tools. We have an on-boarding process for our interns which includes a tour of our facility and safety orientation. During the first week, we conduct an inventory of skills and identify the areas the intern desires improvement. A formal initial review with SMART goals is given to the intern with a clear definition of success criteria. An interim review is carried out approximately middle of the internship term. A final exit interview and review is done at the end of the term.
Any specific training and user group participation is on their own time. We encourage them to utilize these learning and networking opportunities at no charge. At the end of internship they will learn about digital data acquisition, robotics programming using Labview, public relations, business plans, business accounting, project management and more to augment their college learning. We also extend our interns an interview opportunity as a part of their development with other entrepreneurs at techJOYnT.
Paid or Unpaid position: Paid
College Credit available: Yes
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- Include what you like about techJOYnT.com
- Identify two areas of improvement with your suggestion