The Netter Center for Community Partnerships at the University of Pennsylvania is looking for a recent graduate or graduate student to support the coordination of the Educational Pipeline Program (Pipeline), which operates in partnership with the Perelman School of Medicine. The Pipeline Program mentors high school students from grades 9 through 12, while teaching them topics in clinical medicine. 9th grade students learn gastroenterology; 10th grade, neurology; 11th grade, cardiology; and 12th grade, veterinary medicine.
Summary of Duties:
– Coordinate program logistics that connect high school students and teachers to partners (Penn’s Perelman School of Medicine, Penn School of Veterinary Medicine, and Penn’s Master of Public Health Program, Center for Public Health Initiatives, etc.)
– Support the facilitation of recruitment, orientation, training and reflection of Penn undergraduate students in their roles as teaching assistants.
– Recruit high school students for Spring after-school program and summer program
– Support Pipeline Program evaluation with data collection and analysis
– Miscellaneous administrative tasks (ex: maintain curriculum materials, procure supplies, and coordinate student travel)
This is a part-time position available for the 2019-2020 academic year.