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Lead Maker Trainer
Note: This is a temporary position, with an anticipated 8-month duration.
Maker Ed is looking for an amazing educator to work with us on our Learning in the Making: LIVE! Program. Are you excited to showcase how making activities can support learning outcomes from equity, to STEM, to writing? Our team launched this program as a response to COVID-19 in April 2020 and one of our hosts is on family leave, so we need your help! Consider joining a great team of people from July through February. See a message from the creators to learn more about Learning in the Making: Live!
The Lead Maker Trainer (LMT) works as a member of Maker Ed’s Learning Team to develop and deliver effective professional development, resources, and content for educators and institutions across organizational programs, projects, and initiatives.
This role will hold primary responsibility for our Learning in the Making: LIVE! Series. They will also have opportunities to be involved in other Learning Team work.
The Communications Coordinator supports the development and implementation of Maker Ed’s communication work. They provide a throughline to Maker Ed’s external communications by supporting our partnerships, programs, and evaluation teams with creation and publishing of content across multiple platforms, manage the internal database and communications related documentation, track analytics, and support field-wide community building and outreach.
Roles and responsibilities include: Content Creation & Development, CRM Management, Data Analytics and Impact Tracking, and Community Building and Outreach.
Our Organizational Values
We believe that in order to fulfill our mission and as an effective organization we must embody our values. This will allow us to support the development of a culturally relevant, responsive, and equitable movement for teaching and learning. Our core values drive our decision making, how we collaborate, program offerings, and who we work with.
We believe that equity needs to be actively designed for in learning environments, and we build structures to provide a spectrum of entry points for learners of any culture, background, or ability to access a productive experience.
We believe that teamwork is critical to building relationships and connecting with others, and that collaboration means everyone is learning and building together.
We believe the work of learning and creating isn’t sustainable without joy, and opportunities for pleasure and delight play an integral role in being able to imagine and create a vibrant future.
We believe each of us are inherently capable, and that the unique voice, thoughts, choices, and ideas that we each offer are necessary for transforming our world, for the better.
We believe that learning should create opportunities for people to follow their own passion and curiosity, find their purpose, and become lifelong learners.