Coordinators are imperative to our organization they take care of all district relevant matters. We have been successively conducting various projects nationwide and are now looking to work with the local authorizers. In 2020, we are planning to continue our work in all districts and are seeking for the coordinators to play a key role in helping us expand.
Who Can Become a District Coordinator?
We are looking for very motivating, entrepreneurial individuals who can donate approximately 2 hours a week or more. Our coordinators must be born and live in the district they are ambassador for and must be highly involved in the environment of science and technology. We are seeking for highly connected individuals to engage students in STEM, connect STEM learning to real life problems in a hands. On way and be able to network with stakeholders, youth, educators, industry, policy makers and community partners. We are looking for mover and shaker who can help to make our very ambitious goal a reality nurturing young minds.
A coordinator position is a volunteer’s position and such coordinators are not paid for their work.
District Coordinator Responsibilities
The district coordinator is our official representative in each district.
They are the first point of contact in each district and build/manage a team/club of dedicated students.
District coordinator opportunities include:
– Partner Manager
– Local Event Organization
– Local Social Media Support
– Local Writer, Photo/Videographer
– Training & Workshop Instructors
– Local Researcher & Analyst
– Local Administration