The Fall 2020 Training and Development Intern will work with the Hunger Center’s Director of Training and Development to design, develop and implement fully virtual learning experiences that support the Hunger Center’s Emerson National Hunger Fellowship and the Leland International Hunger Fellowship. This role will involve the continued development of the anti-hunger, anti-poverty and food security curriculum with a racial equity lens to include a heavy focus on the fellows’ virtual learning experience.
Training and Development Coordination
Instructional Design and Development
What’s In It For You? (Your Professional Development)
The intern should be self-directed, high-performing, have strong interpersonal communications skills, the ability to effectively collaborate across programs and prior experience designing, developing and delivering or facilitating training or learning experiences, either virtually and/or in-person in an academic or professional setting.