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- Enrolled in community college, or as an undergraduate (sophomore, junior or senior), or in a graduate school at an accredited institution in North Carolina (preference will be given to students enrolled at N.C. A&T State University).
- Have a GPA of 2.8 or better.
- All interns must be able to pass a background check.
- Complete the online application.
- Attach your college transcript.
- Submit 2 references to accompany the application.
The Intern will assist the 4-H STEM Specialist and Extension Agents for 4-H Youth Development in the selected Counties with planning, executing, and evaluating effective and comprehensive 4-H Tech Changemakers programs that meet the needs of the grant, in accordance with the mission and priorities established by the National 4-H Council and in alignment with the mission and vision of the Cooperative Extension Program at N.C. A&T State University. Interns will report on their activities on a monthly basis.
The Intern will assist the 4-H STEM Specialist with (1) co-facilitating professional development and training opportunities for all teens involved in the program; (2) developing grab-n-go lessons for future use; and (3) maintaining records of teen activities for reporting purposes.
The Intern will assist the Extension Agent with (1) collaborating with county and community-based organizations to deliver programs and recruit program participants; (2) determining program needs and priorities by conducting needs assessments and community research; (3) organizing, communicating, and delivering Tech Changemakers educational materials in formal and informal instructional settings, (4) work with teens on a monthly basis to ensure progress towards goals; and (5) other tasks related to the program may be assigned to the intern as necessary.
Interns need to be able to manage time well and be available for 10 hours per week to complete requested tasks. They should be highly organized, have strong written and oral communication skills, and have strong interpersonal skills. The ability to handle multiple demands and set priorities is also required. Some experience in community service or working with youth is preferred. Strong digital skills (Microsoft products) are also preferred.
The intern will serve Scotland & Mecklenburg Counties. Interns may be required to visit a County office occasionally, but will primarily work virtually and meet with program staff on Zoom on a regular basis.
WHAT IS NC 4-H TECH CHANGEMAKERS?
The 4-H Tech Changemakers (TCM) program uses a teens-as-teachers approach with teen leaders learning digital skills to teach them to adults. Through this process, the teens will become certified Tech Changemakers and work in partnership with their 4-H educator, adult volunteers, and college student interns to teach digital skills to adults in the community. The lesson plans focus on digital skills that help drive economic opportunity, like using Microsoft Word to create resumes or safely navigating the internet to find the best job search websites. In addition to harnessing their digital knowledge for teaching, we ask that youth use their compelling voice and long-standing relationships within their communities to engage local stakeholders and policymakers to educate them on their projects and the importance of closing the digital divide. This raises the visibility of the outstanding work that the youth are doing in their community as well as their Cooperative Extension program and Land Grant University.