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1 Organization: CPEP Connecticut Pre-Engineering Program Program Contact: Mr. Noah Ratzan Senior Programs Manager Internship title or position: Summer Program Assistant Manager Job description and goals that the intern will be expected to achieve Are you interested in participating in a transformational learning opportunity this summer? Do you want to learn from and interact with senior level executives in a fast paced and ridiculously fun environment? Are you interested in using your talents, passion, and skills to orchestrate brighter futures for underrepresented middle school students and see the immediate impact of your efforts? If yes, we want you to join with us to develop and implement our nationally awardwinning, five-week, immersive summer mathematics learning program The CPEP Summer Gaming Challenge!! CPEP s mission is to serve under-represented students by improving their interest in and access to science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) careers through innovative educational programs. The organization was created over 25 years ago by Hartford, CT engineers and educators because of the significant lack of women and minority representation in the STEM workforce. The disparity still exists, and with the global rise in importance of STEM industries, CPEP s educational programs are more relevant than ever. Since 1986, operating from one school with 40 students, CPEP has expanded to 35 schools in 11 urban districts, directly impacting the lives of over 25,000 students and over 1,500 students annually. CPEP is a nationally award winning organization recognized by: The Harvard Business School Club of Connecticut Turbo Award for Excellence in Nonprofit Management The 2013 Excellence Award for summer learning from the National Summer Learning Association The 21 st Century Solutions Award from the NBC Universal Foundation The Golden Torch Award from the National Society of Black Engineers The Presidential Award from the National Science Foundation for its Mentor Program with the New Haven Public Schools. CPEP's summer Internship experience provides a unique learning opportunity for individuals interested in careers in business, education, science, technology, engineering or mathematics. The experience offers invaluable hands-on training and experience through participation and assignments that allow for the practical application of academic knowledge and the development of business skills necessary for a career in a variety of endeavors. Interns work side by side with business professionals and educators in such areas as project management, project planning and development, program evaluation, continuous improvement techniques, student relations, communications, information technology, social media and event planning. Interaction with fellow interns and professionals on staff also allow for the creation of valuable contacts and opportunities for the future. Purpose of the CPEP Summer Gaming Challenge Program Research shows that Most students lose about two months of grade level equivalency in mathematical computation skills over the summer months. (Cooper, 1996). Because mathematics is the language and gateway to science, technology, and engineering careers, assuring under-represented students are successful in mathematics is essential to CPEP s mission. In response to the research on mathematics summer learning loss, CPEP has developed a cuttingedge, 5 week, immersive summer experience for middle school students designed to support mathematics learning through a blend of educational video game learning, traditional math instruction, and hands-on team-based project challenges. CPEP teachers use a suite of sophisticated, engaging, and educational video game learning systems along with teambased challenges to provide students with a fun, relevant, and research-supported approach to learning. The program is now in its fifth year, and the results are impressive - average daily attendance is over 90% each summer, students have average math gains of over 30% on their post-assessments, and the experience is so positive that over 90% of staff members say they would like to return to work for the program the next summer! For these reasons and more, the 2013 CPEP Summer Gaming Challenge won the Excellence Award for summer program quality from the National Summer Learning Association out of 90 competing programs across the nation!

2 Assistant Manager - Intern Role and Responsibilities The intern will work with the Senior Program Manager to implement all of the day-to-day activities associated with the summer experience. Depending on the selected Assistant Manager s availability, prior to the beginning of the camp on 7/6, the intern will work with CPEP staff to effectively create the core foundational functions of the program. This exciting opportunity will allow the intern to directly impact the overall development of this award-winning program. 1. Leverage your talent and passion on the summer staff team! Work with the Senior Program Manager to support the common goal of educating and inspiring youth and to have a fun and transformative summer experience! Participate in pre-camp staff training and program development. Take part in the creation of an energetic, positive, inspiring, creative, respectful, honest, inquisitive, challenging, and collaborative camp culture for students. Promote camp policies regarding expectations for participation and conduct at camp. These policies include conduct relating to other people as well as conduct relating to the use of busses, the facilities, and technology. Support the responsible supervision of students. Foster positive relations with all key stakeholders, including students' families, volunteers, program partners, venue facility partners, investors, and other visitors to the program. 2. Manage Program Information and Supplies The intern will work from one of the two New Haven program sites but will support the statewide program through mostly computer-based work. The intern will preferably have access to a personal vehicle for occasional travel to the Middletown office or to another program site around the state. The sites are located in Waterbury, New Britain, Hartford, East Hartford, and New Haven. Work with the Senior Program Manager and other staff to collect, document, and organize all necessary program information, including student and staff information, schedules, technology and network information, curriculum and activity plans, budget and finance data, stakeholder communications, and other data. Coordinate the management of items and materials generic to all sites, and work with the Senior Program Manager to manage inventory, procurement, storage, and distribution of all the site's supplies and materials. Work with the Senior Program Manager and other staff to analyze program information and create reports to support program effectiveness and student success. Work with the site Technology lead and the Senior Program Manager to maintain CPEP websites by uploading, updating, and modifying content as necessary. 3. Coordinate and Communicate Program Logistics and Activities Work with the Senior Program Manager to coordinate and communicate with students families about enrollment, waitlists, and other essential program information updates prior to the program start. Communicate and coordinate logistics associated with bussing students to and from camp and to off-site events. Work with the Senior Program Manager to maintain clear communication of program schedules, policies, and activities amongst staff, and with CPEP management, partners and program visitors. Assist with the coordination of on-site and off-site field trips and special events for students. Work with the Senior Program Manager and other staff to create and distribute various documents for staff, students, families, CPEP staff, and others. Examples include memos, schedules, contact lists, announcements, flyers, and performance and activity reports. Communicate and coordinate with venue personnel to fulfill any tasks or requirements necessary to operate the program at the venue. Such tasks include but are not limited to reserving the use of auditoriums and communicating venue policies for staff and students. What professional career experience will a student gain? Interpersonal Relations recognizing the people aspect of issues and the need for positive relationships; producing good results through interaction with others

3 Organizing/Planning Ability problem solving and time management skills; meeting as well as working under deadlines; goal setting based on priorities; Personal Work Ethic meeting as well as working under deadlines; setting high standards for oneself Attention to Detail demonstrating accuracy in one s work; controlling/eliminating errors; showing concern for all areas of a task, however small. Flexibility/Adaptability Readily adapting to changing requirements, maintaining effectiveness in varying circumstances. Listening Skills - Attentive hearing; demonstrating understanding from what has been expressed Oral Communication - Expressing oneself effectively and convincingly when speaking with individuals and groups in a formal or informal setting. Problem Solving/Decision Making Defining problems clearly and logically; effectively using an appropriate problem solving and decision making style. Team Skills Being able to work collaboratively with others in a participative management environment, using appropriate interpersonal and communication skills to promote individual and team effectiveness. Written Skills - Conveying information accurately in an appropriate written format; expressing oneself effectively in writing. What college major or career goals would be a good match? Majors: Business, Accounting, Economics, Marketing, Educational Leadership/Administration, Non-Profit management, Education, Psychology, Youth Development, Engineering, Technology. Information about how the intern will be supervised and how the internship experience will be evaluated. The intern will report directly to the Senior Program Manager with a dotted-line relationship to the CEO. The Senior Program Manager will perform daily supervision and provide professional development feedback and coaching in an ongoing basis. Weekly tasks and deliverables will be used as a benchmark to assess intern performance, and an end-ofprogram exit debrief will serve to review intern performance and experience. Hours for the internship and proposed start and end dates The internship experience parallels the program dates. The program starts July 6 th and will conclude August 7 th, during which time the intern will work at one of the New Haven sites. The intern will work daily Monday through Friday from 8:00am 3:30pm during the program.

4 Organization: CPEP Connecticut Pre-Engineering Program Program Contact: Mr. Noah Ratzan Senior Programs Manager Internship title or position: Summer Program Special Projects Lead Job description and goals that the intern will be expected to achieve Are you interested in participating in a transformational learning opportunity this summer? Do you want to learn from and interact with senior level executives in a fast paced and ridiculously fun environment? Are you interested in using your talents, passion, and skills to orchestrate brighter futures for underrepresented middle school students and see the immediate impact of your efforts? If yes, we want you to join with us to develop and implement our nationally awardwinning, five-week, immersive summer mathematics learning program The CPEP Summer Gaming Challenge!! CPEP s mission is to serve under-represented students by improving their interest in and access to science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) careers through innovative educational programs. The organization was created over 25 years ago by Hartford, CT engineers and educators because of the significant lack of women and minority representation in the STEM workforce. The disparity still exists, and with the global rise in importance of STEM industries, CPEP s educational programs are more relevant than ever. Since 1986, operating from one school with 40 students, CPEP has expanded to 35 schools in 11 urban districts, directly impacting the lives of over 25,000 students and over 1,500 students annually. CPEP is a nationally award winning organization recognized by: The Harvard Business School Club of Connecticut Turbo Award for Excellence in Nonprofit Management The 2013 Excellence Award for summer learning from the National Summer Learning Association The 21 st Century Solutions Award from the NBC Universal Foundation The Golden Torch Award from the National Society of Black Engineers The Presidential Award from the National Science Foundation for its Mentor Program with the New Haven Public Schools. CPEP's summer Internship experience provides a unique learning opportunity for individuals interested in careers in business, education, science, technology, engineering or mathematics. The experience offers invaluable hands-on training and experience through participation and assignments that allow for the practical application of academic knowledge and the development of business skills necessary for a career in a variety of endeavors. Interns work side by side with business professionals and educators in such areas as project management, project planning and development, program evaluation, continuous improvement techniques, student relations, communications, information technology, social media and event planning. Interaction with fellow interns and professionals on staff also allow for the creation of valuable contacts and opportunities for the future. Purpose of the CPEP Summer Gaming Challenge Program Research shows that Most students lose about two months of grade level equivalency in mathematical computation skills over the summer months. (Cooper, 1996). Because mathematics is the language and gateway to science, technology, and engineering careers, assuring under-represented students are successful in mathematics is essential to CPEP s mission. In response to the research on mathematics summer learning loss, CPEP has developed a cuttingedge, 5 week, immersive summer experience for middle school students designed to support mathematics learning through a blend of educational video game learning, traditional math instruction, and hands-on team-based project challenges. CPEP teachers use a suite of sophisticated, engaging, and educational video game learning systems along with teambased challenges to provide students with a fun, relevant, and research-supported approach to learning. The program is now in its fifth year, and the results are impressive - average daily attendance is over 90% each summer, students have average math gains of over 30% on their post-assessments, and the experience is so positive that over 90% of staff members say they would like to return to work for the program the next summer! For these reasons and more, the 2013 CPEP Summer Gaming Challenge won the Excellence Award for summer program quality from the National Summer Learning Association out of 90 competing programs across the nation!

5 Special Projects Lead - Intern Role and Responsibilities The Special Projects Lead will work with the Senior Programs Manager and Site Director to identify and execute special projects such as developing a community engagement campaign, an improved parent communications model, or an improved data-driven instruction and analysis model. These projects will generally be implemented at the site level and will function as pilot projects to potentially scale across the statewide program based on success and feasibility. The special project(s) will be determined based on weighing the program s needs and the interns strengths and goals for development. This exciting opportunity will allow the intern to explore an area of interest while also directly impacting the overall outcomes and development of this award-winning program. 1. Leverage your talent and passion on the summer staff team! Work with the Program Manager to support the common goal of educating and inspiring youth and to have a fun and transformative summer experience! Participate in pre-camp staff training and program development. Take part in the creation of an energetic, positive, inspiring, creative, respectful, honest, inquisitive, challenging, and collaborative camp culture for students. Promote camp policies regarding expectations for participation and conduct at camp. These policies include conduct relating to other people as well as conduct relating to the use of busses, the facilities, and technology. Support the responsible supervision of students. Foster positive relations with all key stakeholders, including students' families, volunteers, program partners, venue facility partners, investors, and other visitors to the program. The intern will work from one of the two New Haven program sites but will support the statewide program through mostly computer-based work. Depending on the scope of the determined Special Projects: Work with the Program Manager and other staff to collect, document, and organize all necessary program and special project(s) information, including project plans, media, student and staff information, schedules, technology and network information, curriculum and activity plans, budget and finance data, stakeholder communications, and other data. Coordinate the management of items and materials related to the special project(s). Carry out special project(s) plans and activities as relates to the scope and project plans of any agreed upon special project(s). Work with the Program Manager and other staff to analyze project information and create reports to demonstrate the performance and outcomes of the project(s). Present project proposals, status reports, and outputs to the CPEP CEO, Senior Programs Manager, and to other relevant individuals about the determined project(s). Work with the technology lead and Program Manager to maintain CPEP website information as relates a project(s) by uploading, updating, and modifying content as necessary. What professional career experience will a student gain? Interpersonal Relations recognizing the people aspect of issues and the need for positive relationships; producing good results through interaction with others Organizing/Planning Ability problem solving and time management skills; meeting as well as working under deadlines; goal setting based on priorities; Personal Work Ethic meeting as well as working under deadlines; setting high standards for oneself Attention to Detail demonstrating accuracy in one s work; controlling/eliminating errors; showing concern for all areas of a task, however small.

6 Flexibility/Adaptability Readily adapting to changing requirements, maintaining effectiveness in varying circumstances. Listening Skills - Attentive hearing; demonstrating understanding from what has been expressed Oral Communication - Expressing oneself effectively and convincingly when speaking with individuals and groups in a formal or informal setting. Problem Solving/Decision Making Defining problems clearly and logically; effectively using an appropriate problem solving and decision making style. Team Skills Being able to work collaboratively with others in a participative management environment, using appropriate interpersonal and communication skills to promote individual and team effectiveness. Written Skills - Conveying information accurately in an appropriate written format; expressing oneself effectively in writing. What college major or career goals would be a good match? Majors: Business, Accounting, Economics, Marketing, Educational Leadership/Administration, Non-Profit management, Education, Psychology, Youth Development, Engineering, Technology. Information about how the intern will be supervised and how the internship experience will be evaluated. The Special Project Lead(s) will work with the Site Director and report to the Senior Program Manager as fits the scope of the determined special project(s). Determined tasks and deliverables will be used as a benchmark to assess intern performance, and an end-of-program exit debrief will serve to review intern performance and experience. Hours for the internship and proposed start and end dates The internship experience parallels the program dates. The program starts July 6 th and will conclude August 7 th, during which time the intern will work at one of the New Haven sites. The intern will work daily Monday through Friday from 8:00am 3:30pm during the program.

7 Position Title: Teaching Assistant, CPEP Summer Math Challenge program Organization: For over 25 years, CPEP has been a forward- thinking educational non- profit dedicated to bringing exciting, hands- on science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) programs to Connecticut's under- represented youth. Through innovative out- of- school time programs, CPEP serves as a catalyst to significantly change the attitudes, behavior, and knowledge of under- represented youth relating to the pursuit of STEM careers. CPEP's afterschool, Saturday, and summer- time programs give students an opportunity to explore their world through diverse projects including film- making, robotics, computer programming, model building, math video- game challenges, and more. Program The CPEP Summer Math Challenge program is a nationally award- winning, exciting, fun- filled, and tuition- free summer learning program. The program is designed to stem summer learning loss by improving students math abilities and aiding in youth's character and social development. Students learn math, problem solving skills, and creative computing skills in a blended math learning environment and through engaging math video- game challenges, digital media creation, and other collaborative and creative activities. In 2015, the program will be offered in New Britain, Hartford, East Hartford, New Haven, and Waterbury. The CPEP Summer Math Challenge program only certified teachers and highly qualified co- counselors, and has a student to staff ratio of 7:1. Students are nominated for the 5- week, voluntary camp based on their interest and abilities in math. Staff are selected based on proven experience and enthusiasm for working with youth and for making learning fun, engaging, and meaningful. Job Description The teaching assistant plays a crucial role in the success of the students at camp. Mathematics and problem- solving is a central component of the curriculum, but youth development and 21st century skills, including the use of technologies like computers and the web, are also an important part of the curriculum. During projects and both academic and non- academic activities, teaching assistants engage students both one- on- one and as a leader of small groups. They support and implement the lesson plans and educational techniques of the teacher, and they play an integral part in shaping the students' education. The sixty students who attend CPEP Summer Camp are divided into four groups of fifteen, and a teacher and teaching assistant will serve as the leaders for each of the

8 groups. Teaching assistants also facilitate and participate in many camp activities outside of their classroom. Such activities include games, field trips, lunch time supervision, and other activities. Furthermore, there are opportunities for teaching assistants to serve as leaders of large groups and camp events, which makes the position an important one in building one's leadership abilities. During the course of the day, teaching assistants are responsible for campers' well- being and supervision. They act as a role model demonstrating excellence with regard to attitude, team- work, professionalism, and, very importantly, camp spirit! Teaching assistants serve as key ingredients in helping students grow, learn, and have fun. Responsibilities 1. Work on a Team: Work together with the Site Director, Technology Lead, and all other Teachers and TAs toward the common goal of educating and inspiring youth and to have a fun and transformative summer experience! Collaborate with teachers and staff to further innovate, develop, and refine CPEP Summer Camp's educational lessons, activities, field trips, daily schedules, and special events. Participate in a pre- camp staff training as well as weekly staff meetings to support program activities and student learning and development. Work with other staff to ensure the coordination and implementation of the CPEP Summer Camp Program lessons, activities, and schedule. 2. Help Kids Learn and Grow: Take part in the creation of an energetic, positive, inspiring, creative, respectful, honest, inquisitive, challenging, and collaborative camp culture for students. Support the implementation of educational lesson plans and activities provided by the teacher to maximize student engagement and benefit. Lessons range from a project- based learning approach to a blended learning environment approach. Computers, the internet, and technology are at the core of many of the students' educational experiences. Partner with a teacher for the summer and work together to best serve the needs of your group's students and of the camp. Communicate effectively

9 with your partnered teacher to ensure there is an agreed understanding of the lessons, activities, academic concepts, student behavior management policies, and other tools and practices necessary for a successful student experience. Support the clear communication of camp policies to students regarding expectations for participation and conduct at camp. This communication includes conduct relating to other people as well as conduct relating to the use of busses, the facilities, and technology. Consistently implement an effective behavior management system as directed by the teacher and leadership staff. Work with the other staff to handle interventions needed to address children's medical, behavioral or family crisis issues that arise during camp. Work with the Site Director to ensure the published incident reporting protocol is implemented for timely and effective responses to incidents. Support the responsible supervision of students for the entire day. Manage CITs (older, returning students who are Coaches In Training ) with other staff to maximize the benefit CITs provide to the program and that they receive through their new leadership roles. 3. Program Support and Evaluation: Foster positive relations with all key stakeholders, including students' families, volunteers, program partners, venue facility partners, investors, and other visitors to the program. Effectively and efficiently use CPEP Summer Program reporting tools and practices. Work with the Site Director and Logistics Lead to document, organize, and report all necessary program information. Participate with other staff in a half- day camp debriefing at the end of camp. 4. Attendance Attendance for training and all 25 days of the program is mandatory. Requests for exceptions to this policy must be pre- approved by CPEP and are to be made prior to June 1 st. Subsequent requests will only be considered for for serious emergent situations. Qualifications, Skills and Experience

10 Attendance at or graduation from post- secondary educational institution required. Demonstrated experience and success teaching or tutoring academic content to students required. Demonstrated proficiency in mathematics required. Proficiency with the use of digital technology, computers, and the internet required. Skilled at communicating and developing positive relations with youth. Proven experience and success working with and engaging youth. Proficient in classroom management and behavior management for middle- school aged youth. Outstanding leadership potential. Shows initiative and can work independently. Able and willing to lead students in group activities. Outgoing, energetic, with a good sense of humor. Experience and competence in working in a multiracial, multicultural environment with students from socio- economically diverse communities preferred.

11 Compensation and Expected Activities Timeline Phase Phase Activities Description Expected Timeline Expected Hours Compensation for services I Staff training and kickoff 5/30/15 - Saturday 6/13/15 - Saturday 16 $240 II 8 hours per day Camp day runs: TBD 7/6-8/7 or 6/29-8/1 184 total hours allocated Camp services; 8/7/15, ½ day Staff Debrief Monday- Friday ~8:15am- 8:45 Prep 8:45am- 3pm Normal Camp Day ~3-3:30pm Wrap- up 150 normal camp day hours (6.25 hrs/day x 24 days) 4 Debrief hours (8/7/15 or Saturday 8/1) $2760 (Prep and wrap- up schedules will vary daily as decided by Site Director and team. Camp schedule varies slightly on occasion.) 30 Additional hours (1.25 hrs/day for prep, wrap- up, meetings, etc)

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