Instructional Technology Intern
Nashoba Brooks School, Concord, MA
Nashoba Brooks School is an independent school for all genders, age 3-Grade 3; Girls, Grades 4-8. The School is committed to personal excellence in academics, athletics and the arts within its mission of preparing students for “…a life of continuous learning, accomplishment, and leadership in a diverse and changing world.” We believe that diversity enriches and strengthens community and challenges individuals to become agents of change in creating a more fair and equitable world.
Nashoba Brooks School educates children for a life of continuous learning, accomplishment, and leadership in a diverse and changing world. The School nurtures students’ growth and character, while fostering the development of each child’s personal excellence in academics, athletics, and the arts.
Nashoba Brooks School seeks candidates for the part-time position of instructional technology intern. The Nashoba Brooks School internship is designed to support the development of aspiring IT professionals and leaders in education. Nashoba Brooks is committed to using innovative instruction, including school-provided one device per student and design thinking theory, to equip our students with the tools, resources, and skills necessary to be successful in the 21st century. This is an hourly position with up to 20 hours of work per week, during the 2022-2023 academic year. The instructional technology intern will report to the director of educational technology and innovation.
- Collaborate effectively with other members of the Information Services team and teachers to initiate and support educational technology integration throughout the School.
- Field “techhelp tickets” and help solve common IT problems in the classroom and building spaces.
- Act as tech support for school events.
- Assist with evaluating, promoting, and using existing and emerging technologies to support the mission of the School, including proposing appropriate acquisitions.
- Assist in operating and managing the STEAM lab space and equipment.
- Assist teachers in developing troubleshooting skills to resolve technical problems independently as needed.
- Strong oral and written communication skills.
- Demonstrated ability to communicate directly, effectively, respectfully, and constructively with people of all ages.
- Demonstrated ability to analyze and solve problems creatively.
- Effective project management skills.
- Demonstrated commitment to continuous learning at both the individual and institutional level, including the ability to receive and grow from constructive feedback.
- Demonstrated understanding of and commitment to working with diverse populations.
- Bachelor’s degree preferred.
- Experience working with school aged (3-14) children and teachers.
- Strong knowledge of Apple and Chromebook devices.
- Strong knowledge of Google Workspace for Education.
- Strong technology troubleshooting skills.
The successful candidate will model integrity, professionalism, curiosity, responsibility, creativity and respect for all persons, as well as a demonstrated commitment to advancing the school’s core values of diversity, service learning, and character education.
Applicants should submit a cover letter, résumé, and three references to:
Hank Bryant, Director of Educational Technology and Innovation