Log in

Job Posting: Upward Bound Math Science Project Manager

11 May 2021 8:33 AM | Keith Wright (Administrator)

Opportunity at Boston University Upward Bound Math Science

Upward Bound Math Science Project Manager — has both management and direct service responsibilities including the development of the program’s curriculum and STEM related activities; such as Summer Science Wednesdays and High School Vacation Week Laboratories, management of participant academic assessment; working with Upward Bound project manager to train and evaluate project teachers; providing academic advising and support services to participants; arranging college visits, conferring with program teachers and teachers at target high schools regarding student achievement; supporting Project Director in the preparation of reports and participant recruitment.

Educational Requirements: Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree, Master’s degree preferable with education or coursework in the fields of science, math or engineering. Secondary school certification or instructional experience preferable.

Required Experience: Three to five years’ experience working with low-income populations in an educational setting. Two to three years of staff supervision, program evaluation, and curriculum development. Ability to communicate students' needs in a variety of subject areas to program staff, University faculty and graduate students, high school teachers and counselors and administrators. Excellent communication skills, strong interpersonal skills, attention to detail. Demonstrated experience and interest in working with under-served and disadvantaged youth. Although not required, preference will be given to applicants who speak multiple languages. Applicants with experience with Upward Bound or similar educational opportunity programs are also encouraged to apply.

For more information, or to apply, or recommend the position to anyone, you can refer them to this link.

Quick links

Resources | Opportunities | Join Us | Events  | Affiliates 

Follow our activities

© Massachusetts Association of Science Teachers

Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software