Apply for the Create and Code Camp Coordinator Vacancy
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Create & Code 2023 Camp Coordinator Vacancy
Create Caribbean Research Insititute is hosting our annual Create & Code Summer Tech Camp. Create and Code is a technology education program offered by Create Caribbean to encourage students aged 5 -16 to engage in multiple forms of digital literacy, including coding, game and app development, blogging and responsible social media use. The position advertised is for a Camp Coordinator.
The Camp Coordinator’s duties would include:
Serving as the point of contact with students and parents for the in-person Summer Tech Camp experience targeting students ages 5-9
Manage correspondence with parents, staff and stakeholders regarding camp planning and delivery
Design and deliver camp activities in arts and crafts, storytelling, creative writing and outdoor experience (gardening and field trips) for the targeted age groups
Prepare and manage relevant administrative documents related to the program - consent forms, schedules, worksheets etc.
Attend and supervise scheduled field trips as part of the camp
Supervise class delivery of camp schedule, ensuring classes are appropriately staffed and begin and end on time
A valid driver's license and vehicle will be an asset
Strong candidates will have an awareness of and training in basic first aid and CPR
The closing date for the application is May 19, 2023.
If you would like more information, contact us at email@example.com or (767) 448-0015.
Apply for our Summer Intensive Training
Create Caribbean Research Institute (CCRI) is hosting the Summer Intensive Training for community partner agencies and organisations in a range of fields including culture, heritage, youth, and environmental sustainability.
During the Summer Intensive Training, up to 2 members from your organisation will receive applied training in digital tools and methods for community development. The training sessions will be held from 19th to 30th June 2023 in-person at the University of the West Indies Open Campus and online on Zoom.
Following this training, we will assign a CCRI Intern to your team to help meet your organisation's goals using Digital Humanities tools introduced at the workshops.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (767) 448-0015 for the full terms of the agreement. Incomplete applications will not be considered. A complete recommendation form is also required for each applicant.
Apply here today!
RTC Internship Application
The RTC Internship Program at Create Caribbean Research Institute is an academic enrichment initiative. Students will be exposed to the culture of academic research, digital humanities and community engagement. Interns receive the opportunity to collaborate, learn and practice their talents on projects of importance to the college community, national development and to build regional and international networks as students and scholars.
In order to be eligible, students must be enrolled at Dominica State College and commit approximately 10 hours per week during the regular semester and 20 hours per week for one month during the summer. During this time, students will work and learn in the practice-based research environment of the Institute.
Students will receive a stipend of US$400 per semester subject to satisfactory academic performance and program progress.
Interns who successfully complete the academic and service requirements of the program will be awarded a Certificate in Caribbean Digital Studies from Dominica State College.
Apply by completing the Application Form, Personal Statment and Academic Recommendation.
The deadline to apply for the RTC Internship is July 15, 2023.
Apply here today!
dLOC Workshop Series: Introduction to Web Archiving
The Digital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC) is pleased to present Building Capacity for Caribbean Collections: a dLOC workshop series for galleries, libraries, archives, and museums this Spring 2023.
The next workshop in this series is Introduction to Web Archiving. This workshop will provide an introduction to web archiving suitable for beginners just starting out with web archiving. Topics covered include the basics of web archiving, why web archiving matters, strategies and considerations on how to plan a web archiving project, strategies for capturing social media, and a comparison of tools, resources, and software commonly used for web and social media archiving. There will also be a closer exploration/demonstration of some software and tools commonly used for web archiving and social media capture.
The workshop will be on May 10, 2023, from 11 AM to 12 PM EST.
Register here today!
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