Join our team
The BioBuilder Learning Lab will be a vibrant, visible presence for BioBuilder in Kendall Square. Housed inside LabCentral, an entrepreneurial community of practicing scientists, engineers and entrepreneurs, the Learning Lab will uniquely meet BioBuilder’s mission to engage, excite and educate. We plan to engage community members with the research that is happening in their own backyard, give new and veteran teachers a place to get ahead of the curve and bring new teaching approaches back to their classrooms, and provide a new kind of educational experience for secondary school students throughout the year.
We are looking for an individual who can:
A more complete description of our Learning Lab Partnerships Director position is here
Followup emails will be sent to those who can demonstrate:
This is a part-time position from March through June 2017, with the expectation that it will become full-time work in July 2017.
If you are (or if you know) an individual with some combination of experience in business development, non-profit management, education reform and biological engineerng, *please email a resume and one paragraph cover letter *to The BioBuilder Educational Foundation’s Executive Director, Dr. Natalie Kuldell, using the email@example.com email address.
Head of Advancement at BioBuilder
BioBuilder Ambassador Program
In addition to students and teachers who are leading classroom experiences and after-school clubs, BioBuilder has volunteers who are vital for the growth and development of our program. Small stipends are often available for work that leads to persistent content and for BioBuilder Ambassadors who speak at public meetings. Interested? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Volunteer opportunities include:
Students and teachers can be liaisons to the community, colleagues and friends and help us spread the word about BioBuilder’s program in schools, at professional meetings, and in their hometowns.
Our foreign partners can bring our content into the world by translations of the web, textbook, or manual content.
Folks with content knowledge can help students and teachers in their community by dedicating time to evaluate project ideas, source materials, and connect new BioBuilders to materials they need.
Articles, blog posts, social media, swag — you name it, we need it!