Digital learning intern
Learning design | No location (remote work) | Temp to Full Time
What we are looking for
We are looking for one or more digital learning interns to join our Scholar Partnership team.
Minimum qualifications, experience and capabilities
- Razor-sharp analysis skills for learning.
- Impeccable instructional writing skills (fluent English and/or French).
- Ability to quickly adopt and master emerging technology platforms and agents to support effective learning.
- Ability to thrive in a global virtual team, working with team mates from many time zones and cultures who are passionate about learning.
Preferred educational qualification
- Advanced degree (MA, PhD, D.Ed.) in education.
Skill sets that interns will get to practice and apply include one or more of:
- Data management and analysis skills (Excel, R, Stata, Tableau, etc.)
- Theory and practice of peer learning methodologies and communities of practice.
- Management and coordination of mentoring and tutoring networks.
- Experience in mixed methods research for education or other social sciences.
- Experience in radio (esp. community-based) or other spoken word formats such as podcasting
- YouTuber-style video production (prepare, shoot, edit, distribute) using Final Cut Pro X.
- Prior experience in humanitarian, global health and/or development learning, education, and training.
- Prior field experience in humanitarian, global health and/or development work.
Alumni of the Geneva Learning Foundation’s #DigitalScholar program are especially welcome to apply.
Why it’s great to join our team
We work hard to deliver amazing learning experiences that make a difference, but our approach to work provides for a lot of flexibility:
- Our team works remotely, so you can be located anywhere and work from home.
- Mutilingual candidates are welcome because we work in English but also produce courses in other languages (primarily French, but also Spanish, Arabic, Russian, and Chinese).
All LSi interns receive top-notch training and coaching, access to amazing learning opportunities for professional development, and can benefit from our mentoring programme for learning leaders.
How to apply
- Your motivation letter should demonstrate your impeccable writing skills. (Applications without a motivation letter may be discarded.)
- Please include links (in your CV or your motivation letter) to at least two projects that demonstrate your capabilities. Be specific about your role and responsibilities in each project.
- Shortlisted candidates may be invited to take a written test.
About LSi and the Scholar Partnership
- Based in Geneva and a member of the Swiss EdTech Collider, LSi’s mission is to help international organizations execute change.
- The Scholar Partnership is the conjunction of the University of Illinois College of Education, the Geneva Learning Foundation, and LSi.
- Together, we develop ground-breaking digital learning initiatives to accelerate knowledge, network, and leadership development that can help tackle complex problems in global health, development, and humanitarian work.