Community Outreach and Collaboration Intern

Pipeline Project
University of Washington

The Pipeline Project is a K-12 outreach program that connects undergraduate students from the University of Washington with educational and service opportunities in local and regional schools and community organizations through tutoring and mentoring. The Pipeline Project is housed in The Center for Experiential Learning and Diversity.

Our Mission: The Pipeline Project offers undergraduates community experiences that help them discover personal and academic directions; that provide under-serviced K-12 students with individualized tutoring and college role models; that support the work of public school teachers; and that bring academic departments at the UW into direct contact with the greater educational community.

Our Vision:The Pipeline Project will strengthen its powerful connections to students, faculty, staff, and community partners.

The Graduate Intern will support collaboration efforts between the UW and K-12 schools in the Seattle area and Washington State. Meet with K-12 schools to discuss ways we could deepen reciprocal relationships that build on the strengths of our partner schools. Have the opportunity to lead a seminar for undergraduates focused on community-school collaboration. Build communication with schools in Eastern Washington and the Olympic peninsula in the preparation and execution of the Pipeline Alternative Spring Break program.

Quarters Available: 
Autumn
Winter
Spring

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