Antioch University New England
Start Date: 6/6/2023
End Date: 8/26/2023
Number of Positions: 1
Hours per Week: 10 hrs/week
Weekends Required: Aside from staff meetings/eeVAL team e-gatherings, student can set their own hours for the most part
Evenings Required: Aside from staff meetings/eeVAL team e-gatherings, student can set their own hours for the most part
Supervisor: Dr. Elizabeth McCann, Dr. Jean Kayira
This position allows for remote work Yes/No: Yes
Percentage of time that could be remote (0-100%): 100% Zoom-based meetings, research, program design and resource development
Method to assess remote work: Participation and quality of deliverables documentation
A multi-faceted national initiative funded through the Pisces Foundation to facilitate collective impact and improve evaluation efforts in the environmental education (EE) field
through culturally responsive, equitable evaluation capacity building efforts. Antioch University New England’s EE Program is a key national partner with North Carolina State University, Duke University, Askew Consulting and EE sites/universities across the country, working to identify and organize user-friendly evaluation planning tools; share promising
practices across EE contexts; and improve equitable, just evaluation efforts to strengthen the EE field.
- Serve as a member of national eeVAL core team alongside Dr. Kayira and Dr. McCann to meet outlined deliverables.
- Research and resource compilation related to culturally-responsive, equitable evaluation
- Support national eeVAL pilot projects (3 sites in 2023-24) on as needed basis
- Offer support as needed to ensure synergy across related AUNE Environmental Education
- Initiatives—Culturally Responsive & Equitable Evaluation (CREE), ee360+ and Community
Garden Connections–with a particular focus on CREE components. Specifics to be worked out with student and based on their interests amid programmatic needs and time-sensitive priorities
- Planning (and participation as feasible) support for NAAEE Fall 2023 e-Conference to highlight eeVAL efforts
- As time and interest allows, highlight related current EE student and graduate
accomplishments for web/social media outreach (e.g.,evaluation efforts among graduates; relevant student class projects/capstone, etc.)
- Non-federal work study and work-study eligible students may apply
- Excellent organizational and time management skills
- Capacity to work independently and as part of a team
- Computer savvy
- Excellent writing skills
- Strong communication and interpersonal skills, and ability to network
- Seek out resources
- Design educational/outreach materials required
- Interest and/or experience in program evaluation; culturally responsive pedagogy and evaluation; project management a plus, though not required.
- Preference given to individuals familiar with Antioch’s EE Program and/or extensive experience in the field.
- As relevant, compliance with all Covid19 socially distancing, health and safety precautions required.
How to Apply: Send email of interest and resume to Dr. Kayira and Dr. McCann
Position Type: Work Study
Department: Environmental Studies
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