Black Women in Technology (B-WiT) SIG Lead Student Intern
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 B-WiT
The Black Women in Technology Special Interest Group (B-WIT SIG) is dedicated to promoting and empowering success and persistence among Black Women in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math at Indiana University. Events sponsored by this SIG are responsive to the needs and interests of both undergraduate and graduate community women and where possible will include a technology component as a catalyst to excellence in personal, academic, or career life.
- The lead intern, with the support of a faculty champion, will launch, build, and grow an engaged CEWiT Learning Community of undergraduate and graduate Black women students
- Create a vision plan which includes goals, marketing, implementation plan and desired outcomes.
- Schedule events, workshops, speakers, and other activities for SIG members
- Supervise 2 interns who are charged with assisting in the development of this community.
- Commit to the overall mission of CEWiT and to the goals of the SIG to develop a meaningful community.
- Provide timely reports to CEWiT regarding marketing plans, attendance, assessment information following various programs.
- Serve as a role model to interns and members.
- Submit weekly progress reports.
- Meet weekly with intern staff and staff champion.
- Attend bi-monthly Lead Intern Meetings every other Friday at 3:30.
- Attend annual CEWiT Technology Summit Attend mandatory Student Leadership Retreat in August 2017.
- Prior leadership experience.
- Strong communication and project management skills.
- Motivation to help create new community.
- Knowledgeable about the use of social media.
- Passionate about sharing enthusiasm for technology.
Hours Per Week:
An average of 3 - 5 (additional hours will be necessary in the beginning until group becomes established).
Send a cover letter and resume Michelle Bartley-Taylor.