What is a SIG?
CEWiT Special Interest Groups (SIGs) nurture the growing diversity in our organization by providing "micro" communities where members can network and build technology awareness and skills in focused areas of common interest. They provide a place of engagement that provides professional development and social fun. Active SIGs identify and address member interests, issues and concerns. Ideally, SIGs will allow students to create programs and activities to further their common interests and can include such things as info sessions, career information speakers, how-to workshops, competitions, outreach, and targeted/focused events. Members range from highly experienced to no knowledge at all but interested in learning. Members can be comprised of students from all majors and levels, as well as faculty, staff and CEWiT alumnae affiliates.
About the 3D Printing SIG
CEWiT promotes a culture of technology skill development through a variety of content and formats including the understanding, design creation, and use of 3D printers. Through the process of 3D printing, one can create a 3-dimensional object by laying down successive layers of material based on a computer driven design. CEWiT provides workshops for students, faculty, and staff that introduce the concepts behind 3D printing and describes the design process, use of modeling software, and actual printing of the designed objects.
- Work with and assist the lead intern to present workshops for students, faculty, and staff on the use of the software and MakerBot printers in the 3D printing lab in the Wells Library.
- Assist in the development of new 3D workshops to meet the needs of the IU community.
- Assist in the creation of a vision plan for the year including mission, goals, marketing, implementation plan, and desired outcomes for 3D printing workshops.
- Schedule and plan workshops including marketing strategies.
- Help provide timely reports to CEWiT regarding calendar of workshops, marketing plans, workshop attendance and assessment information.
- Commit to the overall mission of CEWiT
- Help expand the use of the lab through an increasing community of skilled users.
- Be an advocate for women and underrepresented groups skilled in 3D printing.
- Submit weekly progress reports to lead intern.
- Attend periodic meetings with lead intern and CEWiT staff.
- Attend and present at the annual CEWiT Technology Summit on March 30th & 31st, 2018.
- Attend mandatory Student Leadership Retreat in August 25th & 26th 2017.
- Student enrolled at IUB (undergraduate, graduate, and Ph.D.).
- Multimedia Computing skills across PC and Mac environments.
- Excellent verbal communication skills.
- Strong organizational and interpersonal skills.
- Professional attitude and demeanor.
- Experience leading workshops, classes, or meetings.
- Familiarity with 3D modeling software.
Hours Per Week:
An average of 3 - 5.
Send a cover letter and resume Michelle Bartley-Taylor, CEWiT Assistant Director of Student Engagement.