Join the team behind our Fellowship Program
The Fellowship Learning Program Associate is a vital member of E4C's global Fellowship Program team, responsible for designing, implementing, evaluating, and assessing the Learning Program within our larger E4C Fellowship Program.
Engineering for Change (E4C) is a non-profit organization dedicated to preparing, educating, and activating the international technical workforce to improve the quality of life of people and the planet. E4C cultivates change agents by providing resources, platforms, and access to expertise to accelerate the development of solutions and infuse engineering into sustainable development.
E4C’s Fellowship Program is a workforce development program at the intersection of engineering and sustainable development serving to empower early-career technical professionals worldwide to address local and global challenges. Running from May through September, the Fellowship program entails a part-time commitment of 20-25 hours per week through virtual engagement and consists of three core elements: 1) our Learning Program, 2) Impact Projects, and 3) Networking.
During the Fellowship, Fellows engage in our Learning Program alongside their Impact Projects designed to strengthen their professional and technical skills. This program utilizes all touchpoints within the Fellowship to build and strengthen these skills including weekly Learning Modules, workshops on research and design skills, an asynchronous online course, and training on Technology Assessment through the Solutions Library.
The Fellowship Learning Program Associate is a vital member of E4C’s global Fellowship Program team, responsible for designing, implementing, evaluating, and assessing the Learning Program within our larger E4C Fellowship Program.
The Fellowship Learning Program Associate will serve as the primary contact as it pertains to Programs activities including but not limited to:
- Developing and managing the learning curriculum and schedule for the Fellowship Cohort, including updates to relevant internal E4C Fellowship Program Management team members and E4C’s Innovation Steering Committee and incorporating their feedback.
- Designing and delivering targeted Learning Modules for the Fellowship Program, including session development, objective setting, agenda creation, slide preparation, the design of interactive breakout room activities, and facilitator collaboration.
- Managing stakeholder engagement including all aspects of speaker coordination, from selecting or sourcing appropriate speakers, sending timely invitations, collaborating with them to prepare session content, maintaining regular communication, and serving as session moderator as agreed upon with the speakers.
- Collaborating with the Impact Projects Program Associate and Technical Lead Fellows to co-define workshop session objectives, create clear agendas, coordinate with all contributors for session preparation, and co-moderate the workshop sessions targeted to support Fellows on their Impact Projects.
- Managing impact measurement for the Learning Program, including aligning learning outcomes with the curriculum and supporting impact monitoring, measurement, and survey content development and review.
- Generating ideas for continuous improvement and evolution of the Learning Program.
- Bachelor’s degree in engineering or a related field
- Minimum of 1 year of experience educating technical professionals (e.g., engineers, architects, technologists, designers) by developing and delivering learning curriculums and/or learning content
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English
- Proficiency in Human-Centered Design and Sustainable Development concepts
- Strong organizational and project management skills
- Proven ability to manage communication and coordination with a range of stakeholdersProven ability to deliver training content digitally to large cohorts
- Excellent facilitation, coaching, and moderation skill
Engineering for Change values diversity, equity, and inclusion as well as the development of early career professionals. We encourage you to apply even if you don’t meet 100 percent of the key qualifications and skills.