Who we are
Help forge new paths in the innovative education space to make a difference in developing a diverse STEAM workforce. As a growing non-profit start-up organization, the STEM·E Youth Career Development Program is finding new ways to increase access and exposure to STEM and Entrepreneurship education. Through hands-on, business and career experiences, STEM·E instills critical-thinking and profession skills to ensure the future success of our students. For the builder and doer in the education space, STEM·E is a place you can thrive and amplify your impact in the world.
Our Core Values
We employ compassion to drive impact and fulfill our mission to globally educate youth through integrated STEM and entrepreneurship education. With knowledge, innovation, and creativity, STEM·E strives to provide high-quality education to diverse communities, instilling equality and equity in the education space to support our vision of molding a diverse workforce.
About the Role
The Volunteer Manager role is an opportunity to drive impact by leading our Internship Program, directly affecting our national and international volunteers as they make a difference in their communities. In collaboration with key leadership, the Volunteer Manager will drive continuous improvement, while strategizing, planning and managing our current state and future vision of the program as a whole. Through your efforts, you will have the opportunity to provide powerful professional opportunities to youth, driving our organization’s mission to develop future leaders.
Strategize and work collaboratively with the Executive Director and team lead interns to optimize internship teams, including volunteer coordinators, internship program managing interns, and STEME Ambassadors
Develop and implement a vision and strategy for the Internship program
Guide and coach interns to empower and educate them while helping drive internships and professional development to success
Capture internship program metrics to analyze program impact and participant satisfaction, driving program improvement
Critical Success Factors
Self-sufficient, Energetic Doer – take initiative in assessing internship teams for improvements, driving plan to action; approach problem-solving with a strategic and acute viewpoint to independently drive to solution
Methodical, Detail-Oriented Planner – utilize advanced planning skills and tools to organize and manage the internship teams, ensuring success
Strategic Thinker – approach work with an innovative mindset, bringing forward and testing new ideas that drive impact
Patient, Service-Oriented Leader & Coach – work compassionately with new students and interns in the field to transfer knowledge and drive learning
Collaborative Relationship Builder & Strong communicator – create commitment and trust through clear, directed communication with interns, driving strong relationships to improve the program and make a difference in students’ lives