Educational Technologist Intern

Position Summary:

The Education Technologist Intern will analyze and implement strategies to infuse and advance academic programs through the innovative use of technology.


Key Responsibilities:

  1. Be committed to working with a diverse student population
  2. Be proficient in technology and computers and show an aptitude for teaching
  3. Identify, design and effectively incorporate plans and programs into the learning environment.
  4. Coordinate, develop and organize programs; such as workshop, lecture and training series; to inform faculty on trends in instructional technology, methods for effective use of technology in teaching, and use of specialized tools.
  5. Collaborate with educators and administrators in curriculum design by sourcing or creating new technologies to be used in classroom instruction
  6. Using past program data and outcomes, assist school administrators in identifying and correcting problems and deficiencies within the current technology-based programs
  7. Incorporate direct instruction, discussion, projects and cooperative work to engage students
  8. Believe that all children are capable of engaging in tech activities and have different strengths, weaknesses and learning styles.
  9. Maintain regular, punctual attendance and a long term commitment.

Skills & Qualifications:

  1. Enrolled in a Bachelor's degree in educational or instructional technology or a directly related field.
  2. Understanding of various operating systems, file structures, file formats, and protocols.
  3. Knowledge of current instructional theories for collaborative learning with web-based tools.  
  4. Knowledge of streaming audio and video, podcasting, and social networking tools.
  5. Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
  6. Attentive to details.


  1. Flexible schedule
  2. Affiliation with a groundbreaking startup
  3. Room to exercise creativity
  4. Opportunity to positively impact the lives of special needs children and their families
  5. Chance to review new products being introduced in the market
  6. Collaborate with students from Stanford University’s Design School