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TeachEngineering (TE) is a digital library of over 1500 free STEM activities and lesson plans for K-12 students and teachers. draws about 2.5 million users annually from all over the world. To keep up with shifting technology and better serve our users, we launched our Video Project in the summer of 2017. This project entails filming and editing short instructional videos of the more popular activities on the TE site and promoting them on our various social media accounts as well as in newsletters and on our website. Over the course of a year, we've produced more than 150 videos -- with a goal to continue a high level of production.

Successful team members are creative, innovative, and hard-working. This position is expected to work 10 hours a week during the fall/spring semesters with potential to extend work into the summer/winter breaks. We prefer students with some editing or filming experience, but training will be provided.

Position 1: Video Team Member
The Student Video Production Team works with TeachEngineering to create fun, engaging, and informative videos on K-12 curriculum. Students should be able to problem solve, think creatively, and work well in a team. Students should also be able to give and receive constructive criticism in a professional manner and be open-minded to suggestions. Students are expected to maintain a high level of integrity and communicate effectively.

Tasks include, but are not limited to:
- Interpreting K-12 engineering curriculum into short, informative videos
- Purchasing and documenting supplies needed for each video
- Becoming knowledgeable about Adobe editing programs such as Premiere Pro and Photoshop
- Becoming familiar with Panasonic DC-GH5 camera
- Uploading videos to YouTube that represent the TeachEngineering brand and CU in an appropriate way
- Maintaining organization and cleanliness of filming and supply spaces

Required qualifications: Undergraduate CU-Boulder engineering student with a minimum GPA of 2.3. To be successful in this position, you must be a self-starter and willing to explore and learn new technical skills. Applicant must also have great attention to detail.

Additional notes: We prefer students who have the availability to continue employment as long as they are a CU student. First-year and sophomore students are strongly encouraged to apply.

Position 2: Social Media Team Member
The Social Media Team Member will work closely with the TeachEngineering video production team to promote and highlight videos; create and promote engaging educational engineering content; and engage with our user base of K-12 STEM teachers as well as a willingness to expand engagement to other groups.

The ideal applicant should demonstrate experience with various social media platforms, including but not limited to Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Twitter, and Pinterest, and understand the nuances of each platform. Applicant should have a strong desire to engage our audience through meaningful posts and interaction and be able to represent CU and the branding of TE consistently and effectively. Excellent communication skills and an eye for visual aesthetics are a must.

Tasks include, but are not limited to:
- Scheduling videos to be post across our social media platforms, including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest, and LinkedIn
- Editing preexisting videos for distribution from YouTube to other social media pages
- Becoming knowledgeable about Adobe editing programs such as Premiere Pro and Photoshop
- Creating interesting and engaging content to distribute such as images, posts, and short videos
- Researching and identifying additional engineering-related social media content to share
- Organizing, scheduling, and optimizing posts via a social media task manager (like Hootsuite or Buffer)

Required qualifications: Undergraduate CU-Boulder STEM student with a minimum GPA of 2.3. To be successful in this position, you must be a self-starter with excellent attention to detail.

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First and last name
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Which position(s) are you interested in? *
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What skills/experience do you have that you feel would be useful for this position?
What experience do you have with filming?
What experience do you have with video editing?
Give an overview of your prototyping experience with an example of a project you enjoyed (for video team application only).
Give an overview of your social media experience with at least two examples of accounts you have helped managed or curate (for social application only).
If hired, would you be available to work over Summer or Winter break?
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