RA Feasibility Study for Educational programs at Chase’s Mill – J. Gruber
Start Date: Oct 1, 2019
End Date: May 1, 2020
Number of Positions: 1
Hours per Week: 10-16
Weekends Required: possibly
Evenings Required: possibly
Supervisor: James Gruber
Research will include reviewing programs ideas, assessing feasibility of each of the proposed programs, working with the Community Programs Committee of Chase’s Mill (Mill Hollow Heritage Association), and potentially (interest and time permitting) developing environmental education curriculum for one or more programs. The student will assist Jim Gruber, ES Dept., in this feasibility research during the fall 2019 term and potentially into the spring 2020 term.
Excellent research and writing skills
Able to work and effectively communicate with local citizens and future partner organizations
Interests and skills in developing educational programs and curriculum.
Organized and self-motivated
How to Apply:
Email: James Gruber email@example.com