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Please note: this is a part-time, out of school time position, designed specifically for students currently enrolled in a Baltimore City High School.
FutureMakers is a growing team of maker education coaches – makers who teach, and teachers who make – with active practices as designers, tinkerers, artists, technologists, and exceptional educators. We partner with organizations and schools throughout the DC, MD, VA area to provide immersive, K – 8 learning labs where young makers play, experiment, and innovate with real tools and technologies, in material-rich environments.
We are seeking a high school aged program assistant to support the ongoing preparation and maintenance of our program supplies and equipment.
Our offices are located in the Motor House on North Ave in Baltimore City. This position is based at our office.
Our position is available to students who are currently enrolled in high school, and have a flexible or work study schedule that allows the candidate to be scheduled between 9:00 AM and 5:00 PM weekdays. School year schedule is limited to a maximum of 10 hours per week. Schedules are set based on your availability, in advance, and are fixed for the duration of the semester. There are substantial opportunities, for those that are interested, to work throughout the school year and during the Summer, working between 6-30 hours a week. We do not offer weekend work hours.
Program Support Assistants start at $10.50 per hour with opportunities to grow within the role to become Support Coaches.
- Performing tasks that require counting, assembling, cutting, packing, lifting and moving program materials.
- Supporting coaches and administrators with inventory and management of materials and tools.
- Using spreadsheets and tracking materials and equipment in printed lists and digital inventory documents.
- Cover letter stating what makes you a highly qualified candidate.
- Reliable transportation – our offices are located close to public transportation.
- Interest in STEM / arts, and has an understanding of tools, materials and technology equipment.
- Experience as a maker, inventor, artist or technologist in high school.
- Excellent interpersonal skills – with youth, peers, supervisors and parents.
- Permission to work, if under majority age.
- Valid identification and proof of residence status.