This two-year Fellowship is an exciting opportunity for educators and related professionals who are interested in enhancing their careers by learning and applying improvement science approaches and methodologies within existing and emerging Networked Improvement Communities.
Carnegie is an Equal Opportunity Employer
It is the policy and practice of The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching to provide equal opportunity in employment to all employees and applicants. The Foundation strongly values, encourages and promotes diversity throughout the organization. We welcome applications from people of all backgrounds.
Carnegie provides a generous package of benefits to our employees as well as a collaborative, community-building atmosphere grounded in an environment of mutual respect and trust.
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As part of the Project Management & Program Support team, this position will provide event, program, and administrative support to a select number of programs dedicated to spreading the knowledge and tools of Networked Improvement Science to the field of education.
This position will be responsible for supporting numerous communications and media projects that support the Foundation’s communications and field-building efforts across its multiple channels, including print, Web, email, and social media.
This position is an expert in the science and practice of improvement and networks, and will work with teams on the design and execution of improvement efforts in the context of networks while simultaneously building the team’s networked improvement capacity.