Open-Air Teaching Fellow
The UNH Open-Air Teaching Fellow will have the opportunity, in collaboration with UNH faculty, to design programming for Youth Serving Organizations throughout New Hampshire with a specific focus in Manchester, Concord, and Nashua. One of the aims of the UNH Open-Air Teaching Fellows Project is to meet the needs of families in under-resourced areas during Co-Vid 19 and utilize out-door spaces as much as possible. All undergraduates who are invested, and enthusiastic about working with K-12 students are eligible to apply. As a Teaching Fellow, you will have the opportunity to design programs that align with your interests, to meet the interests of the youth and families we serve, whether these interests are in the sciences, technology, mathematics, engineering, or the arts and humanities. All Teaching Fellows will play a major role in the design, organization and planning, and implementation of the programming, which will be an essential need during these challenging times.
Additionally, although your teaching area may not be specific to STEM, Teaching Fellows will be expected to support the evaluation of the school-year programming, which will ultimately be written into an impact statement for the UNH STEM Discovery Lab. Ideally, if available, the Teaching Fellow would be encouraged to apply for an instructor position for our summer youth programming.