(Time: 10-12 hours per week. Pay: $20-25/hour)
The Blum Center is seeking a student researcher to help lead a project to understand challenges with and benefits of project-based learning opportunities at the university.
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(Time: 10-12 hours per week. Pay: $25/hour)
The Web Designer/Developer will be supporting the Blum Center’s Global Poverty & Practice Minor, which gives students an opportunity to examine contemporary forms of poverty, wealth, and inequality through academic coursework and practical experience. Central to the minor is a six-week fieldwork opportunity in which students connect theory with action by partnering with nongovernmental or community organizations, government agencies, or other development programs domestically or abroad. The Minor hosts a Drupal database of poverty-focused organizations to assist students with identifying an organization with which to complete their field work. The Web Designer/Developer will be responsible for migrating the current database from Drupal to WordPress with a new layout and increased search functionality.
Ensure the layout of the content and search functions on the new site are accessible and logical; recommend improvements if necessary.
To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume to the Director of Student Programs, Chetan Chowdhry: firstname.lastname@example.org