Description

  • Serve as the coordinator for program logistics for Saturday Academy and the Future Health Professionals Program (FHPP).  The graduate intern will maintain program registration, transport and organize supplies, and troubleshoot logistical issues that arise at all program sessions.
  • Coordinate communication between volunteers and participants of pipeline programs to ensure program details are understood by all stakeholders.
  • Maintain appropriate electronic documentation for pipeline programs including, but not limited to, applications, emergency contact and release forms, contact information, and curriculum materials
  • Assist in conducting program evaluation for Saturday Academy and the Future Health Professionals Program including collecting and entering data and creating written reports.
  • Develop and augment curriculum for pipeline programs based on evaluation of current programs and research conducted to improve programming.
  • Research and identify funding opportunities for Thomas Jefferson University’s pipeline programs. 
  • Conduct environmental scans of the higher education landscape and prepare proposals for leadership.
  • Complete other duties as assigned by the Associate Provost of Strategic & Academic Initiatives including clerical and office work related to pipeline program initiatives.

Requirements

  • Bachelors’ Degree working toward a Masters’ Degree.
  • Ability to work effectively with a wide variety of constituents from varying backgrounds, including volunteers, students, faculty, staff and community members.
  • Background in curriculum development.
  • Excellent organizational and project management skills.
  • Interested applicants

Our volunteer needs

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About the organization

Health Science Pipeline Programs

Contact:
Ade P. Smith
Program Director, School Programs & Community Partnerships