Job Title: Curriculum Developer & Instructor in Emergency Medical Skills for teen summer program
Location: UC Berkeley
Type: Contract, Temporary
Start date: Curriculum Development (Winter/Spring 2018); Program Delivery (Summer 2018)
Summer Springboard is recruiting an innovative and dynamic individual to design and deliver a hands-on course in Medicine & Healthcare for our pre-college summer programs for high school students. The focus of the program is around hands-on skills in emergency medicine. The curriculum is yours to create and facilitate. We have a few caveats: namely that the students engage in some hands-on lessons and simulations (e.g. intake of patient information, basic vitals, intro suturing, setting a splint) and that the program culminates in project that the students create and present at the end of their two-week session. You will deliver the course in-person on the campus of UC Berkeley during Summer 2018 (weekdays only, M-F 9am-12pm) while the curriculum development will be done remotely at a location of your convenience.
- Wilderness First Responder (WFR) trained OR
- Current Med, PA, or Nursing student OR
- practicing MD, PA, RN, or professor OR
- retired MD, PA, or RN or professor emeritus
Who are we?
Summer Springboard was founded to give college-bound teens a supportive environment where they can explore their personal and academic passions. Our innovative pre-college summer programs, offered at some of the nation's leading colleges and universities, combines the benefits of an academically challenging summer experience with tools and frameworks for personal leadership development and self-discovery. We're a division of Terra Education, a mission-driven Certified B-Corporation and are headquartered in San Diego, CA.
If you're interested in sharing your talents and having an impact on the lives of motivated young people, please apply with a brief cover letter and resume/CV to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please be sure to write "2018 Instructor-Medicine & Healthcare " in the subject line.