The Intergenerational Landed Learning Project is a unique community education and research project that teams school-aged youth with adult volunteers to build a multigenerational community that learns how to nurture the land and live in balance with the earth, through growing, caring for, cooking, and eating local food.
The Landed Learning Multimedia Education Assistant will use a variety of media (visual, written, and digital) to support the academic, programmatic, research, and fundraising objectives of the Intergenerational Landed Learning Project (ILLP). The Multimedia Education Assistant will develop multi-media educational programming for participants in the Landed Learning Project, as well as integrate multi-media into the communications strategy for the Landed Learning Project. By using multimedia, the student will help participants deepen, enhance, and solidify learning, as well as cultivate enthusiasm for gardens-based learning among the wider community.
The student must be able to commit to being available Wednesday and Thursday mornings, 9am-Noon.
Hourly wage: $16.41
The responsibilities include:
Designing and implementing media education programs within the framework of the Project
- Develop and facilitate photography workshops for elementary program participants in the garden
- Develop and facilitate blog training workshops for elementary program participants to share their garden-based learning experiences
- Provide on-going support youth to document their experiences and learning through photography, writing, and photo journalism
Managing the Project’s photography equipment, photos, and other data archives
- Maintain and troubleshoot program cameras used by program participants
- Liaise with ILLP teachers to facilitate ongoing documentation, data collection, and reporting of student activities within participating classes
- Organize, maintain, and archive ILLP documents (e.g. Photographs, surveys, consent forms, volunteer criminal record checks, volunteers hours)
Developing and managing the Project’s communication strategy
- Document ILLP visits and events through digital photography
- Select and provide photos for communication and outreach on social media and print materials Student Job
- Liaise with Web Assistant to design a visual appealing and informative website, relevant to stakeholder audiences (educators, volunteers, parents, students, and funders)
- Manage social media (Facebook page and blog) to keep stakeholders connected with the Project through a consistent and dynamic on-line presence
Supporting Program Manager and other program activities as needed
- Must be a UBC Student
- Must be available Wednesday and Thursday mornings, 9am-Noon
- Experience developing curriculum and working with children
- Aptitude in and experience with on-line communications and social media
- Expertise with digital cameras, iPads, and digital photography for photodocumentation and reporting (Having your own camera is an asset)
- Ability to communicate with diplomacy and tact with children, community volunteers, staff, teachers, and donors
- Interest in and respect for people of all cultures and backgrounds
- Self-motivation, flexibility, and excellent organization skills; ability to identify and prioritize multiple tasks with minimal supervision
- Ability to work effectively both in a team setting as well as independently; team player
- Physically healthy and active. Able to work outdoors in all weather conditions
- Familiarity with, and commitment to the vision and mission of the Intergenerational Landed Learning project is an asset
- Successful completion of a criminal record check is required
To Apply: Please send Resume, Cover Letter, and Time Table to email@example.com. Applications must be received no later than February 17, 2017.