Teach to Learn Research Summer Internship
The Teach to Learn (T2L) program is a partnership between Williams College, MCLA, and North Adams Public Schools (NAPS). T2L is designed to impact the science learning experiences of undergraduate students by engaging them in a year-long experience to develop and implement science curricula in K-7 classrooms in the North Adams School District. Currently T2L is in year 3 of a 4 year $810,876 National Science Foundation grant. The principle focus of the grant is to gain new knowledge about the possible impact of the T2L program on the undergraduate, the teacher and elementary students. Over the first three years of the grant, the T2L project team has gathered multiple surveys on specific research questions about the nature of scientific inquiry and science pedagogy. This position will focus on reviewing, organizing, and analyzing T2L data for impacts both in line with T2L research questions as well as unexpected impacts.
We encourage students to apply who have taken math classes and who have strong communication and organizational skills.
This paid internship is six to nine weeks long depending on the candidate’s availability. Room and board are available at Williams College. Students will be paid a weekly stipend set by the college; in 2016, the pay rate was $400 per week.
To apply, you must submit the following form, including a letter of interest, and résumé. Following submission, contact Director of Elementary Outreach, Jennifer Swoap ([email protected]) to arrange a meeting.
Only currently enrolled First Years, Sophomores and Juniors are invited to apply for Williams Elementary Outreach internships.
The first application deadline for 2017 is Tuesday, February 28th. The application will remain open, and if positions remain available, submissions will be accepted through Monday, April 3rd. You will be notified of your status three weeks after the application deadlines.