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Content Creation - Editor

About the Content Creation Team: Our team’s goal is to create multimedia STEM-related content aimed at high school and university students. Through videos, blog posts, and live webinars, we give STEM aspirants across Canada free access to novel information which will help them become more knowledgeable about their respective STEM field, university life, as well as career outlook. We are looking for driven individuals looking to help us along our mission.

About the Role: Editor
Duties:
  • Attend biweekly meetings to brainstorm ideas and coordinate projects with the Content Creation Team
  • Improve graphics/presentation and publish our videos.
  • Coordinate with other editors to split tasks and implement new ways of improving the aesthetics of our content
Required:
  • Editing Experience: Evidence of your work would be best for this.
  • Be responsive: Good communication is very important. All messages will be answered in at most 24 hours.
  • Reliability: Be able to be trusted with deadlines. You are also entrusted with doing your best work.
  • Initiative: Be proactive and propose new ideas for the team without being asked.
If interested, please send your resume to Yohann Mouliom at  yohann.mouliom@stemfellowship.org 

Video editors or animators - YouTube Team

About the Youtube team: The Youtube team works to create, edit, animate and release videos on STEM Fellowship’s Youtube channel. Tasks will be allocated to individuals based on assignments but collaboration between members is highly encouraged! Applicants don’t need to be experts at all of these above skills as our current members would be happy to help learn them, however, previous video editing or animating experience is highly recommended. Please provide a resume and send sample videos to the following email: harleen.klair@stemfellowship.org

About the Role:
Duties:
  • Edit and create videos given short video clips 
  • Animating videos in situations where video clips aren’t available 
Required:
  • Experience with video production, editing or animating 
  • Hardworking and having a willingness to learn new skills 
  • Flexible to short term deadlines (eg. having videos created within 2 weeks at the earliest)
Optional:
  • Experience with the Adobe suite
If you are interested in applying for the position, please provide a resume and send sample videos to the following email: harleen.klair@stemfellowship.org.
Deadline to apply: Sunday, December 6th, 2020 at 11:59 PM EST (interviews will be conducted on a rolling basis)

 

Social Media YouTube Channel Manager

About the Social Media team: The main role of this team member would be the regular management of the STEM Fellowship YouTube channel and YouTube email. This member will collaborate with other social media and design team members to promote engaging content such as videos and posts for SF events and STEMpowerment educational topics. They would stay active in the YouTube community and increase awareness of SF through ways such as subscribing to channels that offer similar content and liking and commenting on STEM-related videos. The manager would also update the SF YouTube channel by removing old videos, editing the playlists and video descriptions, and coordinating with other SF teams to upload new video content. Any knowledge or experience with YouTube or running a YouTube channel is considered an asset. Basic video editing and graphic design skills are an added bonus!

Responsibilities:
  • Attending weekly and brief biweekly meetings
  • Uploading, managing and tracking engagement on the STEM Fellowship YouTube Channel
  • Providing and implementing innovative ideas to grow our YouTube Channel and Social Media Platforms
  • Creating thumbnails and basic editing of our videos
Time commitment: 3-5 hours/week
If you are interested in applying for the position, please email a resume and cover letter, highlighting your relevant experience with marketing, social media and/or YouTube and what you can bring to the team, to the social media team lead, Hadeel Abbas at hadeel.abbas@stemfellowship.org.
The deadline to apply: The deadline to submit applications is Sunday, December 6th, 2020 at 11:59 PM EST. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis! 

 

Visual and Digital Artists - Design Team

About the Design team: The Design team works to create promotional material that’s posted on STEM Fellowship’s social media pages and website. Tasks will be allocated to individuals based on assignments but collaboration between members is highly encouraged! Applicants don’t need to be experts at all of these listed skills as our current members would be happy to help learn them, however, previous design experience is highly recommended. Please provide a resume and send sample work to the following email: harleen.klair@stemfellowship.org

 

Duties:
  • Create promotional posts based on requests from other STEM Fellowship members to be posted on our social media accounts
Required:
  • Experience with promotional work, marketing or design
  • Hardworking and having a willingness to learn new skills
  • Flexible to short term deadlines (eg. having posts created within a week’s notice)
Optional:
  • Experience with the Canva or the Adobe suite (however we’re open to whichever design platforms you’re comfortable with!)
Deadline to apply: Sunday, December 6th, 2020 at 11:59 PM EST
If you are interested in applying for the position, please provide a resume and send sample work to the following email: harleen.klair@stemfellowship.org.

Research and Google Ad Analytics

About the Research and Google Ad Analytics team: The Research and Google Ad Analytics Team is a part of the Marketing Committee, responsible for overseeing the STEM Fellowship Google Ads platform. Due to the nature of the team, the duties and responsibilities can be split into two main categories: Marketing and Statistics.

Marketing – Duties & Responsibilities:
  • Create Google Ad campaigns, including (but not limited to) creating ad descriptions, keywords, and extensions.
  • Ensure that all ad campaigns are fulfilling the guidelines and requirements set forth by Google.
  • Brainstorm and execute ideas on how to optimize promotional outreach on Google.
  • Work alongside other teams in the Marketing Committee in the distribution of promotional material.
Statistics – Duties & Responsibilities:
  • Analyze the progress of Google Ad campaigns using data from Google AdWords and Google Analytics.
  • Perform statistical tests to analyze the progress of STEM Fellowship social media platforms (i.e. Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, and YouTube).
  • Create monthly reports on STEM Fellowship promotional growth and/or decline within that period.
Required:
  • Experience with promotional work, marketing or design
  • Hardworking and having a willingness to learn new skills
  • Flexible to short term deadlines (eg. having posts created within a week’s notice)
Time Commitment: 3-5 Hours/Week

Members of the Research and Google Ad Analytics Team are not required to take part in both types of duties and responsibilities but are not discouraged from doing so. Similarly, past experience in statistical analyses is not required and can be taught as part of the training process.

 

Deadline to apply: Sunday, December 6th, 2020 at 11:59 PM EST
If you are interested in applying for the position, please provide a resume to the following email: karla.juego@stemfellowship.org.

Outreach Coordinators (up to 2 positions available), Science Communication’s Scholarly Writing Challenge (SWC)

About the Science Communication Team: Our Science Communication division comprises the STEM Fellowship Journal (SFJ) – an open-access peer-reviewed journal, a national high school scholarly writing competition, scientific editing certification, scientific writing consulting services, and interactive scholarly communication workshops and webinars that have reached over 600 students across Canada. The SFJ, which is published by Canadian Science Publishing and supported by a board of PhD-holding peer reviewers, provides high school and university students with their first opportunity for scholarly publication while showcasing original, interdisciplinary ideas of the future academic talent. Through the SFJ, we aim to foster a scholarly network of STEM researchers across Canada.

We are recruiting committed and driven individuals to fulfill leadership roles as executive members of our Science Communication Team; the main portfolios in which Science Communication Executive Members can be involved are listed below under Primary Accountabilities and Responsibilities. The time commitment for each position will be approximately 3-5 hours per week, except that of a Team Lead which will occupy approximately 4-7 hours per week.

Primary Accountabilities and Responsibilities:

The high school scholarly writing challenge is an annual, Canada-wide competition where high school students submit their best piece of scholarly writing for a chance to win a plethora of prizes. The 2019 SWC was the most successful iteration of the challenge by far, with over 100 competing students. This year we aim to surpass previous records. Outreach coordinators will report to the SWC Team Lead. We are looking for two coordinators with experience in brainstorming, organizing, and managing online promotional campaigns, media, events, and networking initiatives to promote the challenge.

Outreach coordinators are at the forefront of the challenge, thus they should possess exceptional professional and leadership skills relating to communication, public relations, and management. They will be responsible for forming and maintaining new relationships with highschool ambassadors, highschool coordinators, and various existing partners including Youth Science Canada, Digital Science, The Knowledge Society, SciNet, The Society of Canadian Women in Science and Technology, Canada Science Publishing, Student Life Network, and Prospective Medical Professionals. They will also be responsible for fielding questions via email from prospective participants, current participants, and past inquiries. This is an excellent opportunity for an undergraduate or graduate student to add a significant national-level project to their resume. Although the annual competition has been conducted during the fall of every calendar year, we hope to further increase its reach and frequency over the next few years. For more details regarding the challenge itself, refer to https://stemfellowship.org/scholarly-writing-challenge/

Qualifications:

Applicants must be pursuing, or have obtained, a degree in STEM (science, technology, engineering or math) at a Canadian university. Past research experience or familiarity with scientific publishing gained otherwise, would be an asset for all positions. It is recommended that applicants have prior leadership experience. Applicants should be proficient in English.
Application Process:
To apply, please refer to the following link: https://forms.gle/2osGiYG52J4j2JLf6

Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions or require any further information. The deadline for applications is December 7th, 2020 at 11:59 PM PST, however, applications will be evaluated and interviews will be conducted on a rolling basis in the order that they are received. New team members will undergo a three-month probationary period, during which time they will work closely with their Team Leads and report to the Science Communication (SciComm) Chief Officer to carry out roles and responsibilities, but will not have the opportunity to initiate major new initiatives or apply for larger leadership roles. Following the probationary period, new team members will be given the full responsibilities of STEM Fellowship executives.

Webinar Graphic Designer & Team Member (1 position available), Science Communication’s Scholarly Writing Workshops Team

About the Science Communication Team: Our Science Communication division comprises the STEM Fellowship Journal (SFJ) – an open-access peer-reviewed journal, a national high school scholarly writing competition, scientific editing certification, scientific writing consulting services, and interactive scholarly communication workshops and webinars that have reached over 600 students across Canada. The SFJ, which is published by Canadian Science Publishing and supported by a board of PhD-holding peer reviewers, provides high school and university students with their first opportunity for scholarly publication while showcasing original, interdisciplinary ideas of the future academic talent. Through the SFJ, we aim to foster a scholarly network of STEM researchers across Canada.

We are recruiting committed and driven individuals to fulfill leadership roles as executive members of our Science Communication Team; the main portfolios in which Science Communication Executive Members can be involved are listed below under Primary Accountabilities and Responsibilities. The time commitment for each position will be approximately 3-5 hours per week, except that of a Team Lead which will occupy approximately 4-7 hours per week.

Primary Accountabilities and Responsibilities:

This role entails the creation of webinar presentations that communicate and visually portray the content prepared by the Scholarly Writing Workshops (SWW) team. Please refer to this link for additional information regarding the SWW team: https://stemfellowship.org/stem-skills-development-and-mentorship/scholarly-writing-workshops/. Candidates must have ample experience creating presentation/webinar content and must send an example of their prior work (i.e. slide decks) to Gurman Khera at gurman.khera@stemfellowship.org in order to be considered for this role. The graphic designer will work with the SWW team members and report to the SWW Team Lead to convey content in a manner that is memorable, easy to understand, and aesthetically pleasing. Our current workshops introduce high school and undergraduate students to fundamental skills pertaining to scholarly publication and editing. The graphic designer will also create presentations to promote Science Communication’s many initiatives and we plan to develop workshops based on our research regarding novel scholarly communication practices that teach students to maximize their use of digital tools to enhance scholarly communication. Experience with webinar facilitation or scholarly writing is an asset, but it is not mandatory.

Qualifications:

Applicants must be pursuing, or have obtained, a degree in STEM (science, technology, engineering or math) at a Canadian university. Past research experience or familiarity with scientific publishing gained otherwise, would be an asset for all positions. It is recommended that applicants have prior leadership experience. Applicants should be proficient in English.
Application Process:
To apply, please refer to the following link: https://forms.gle/2osGiYG52J4j2JLf6

Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions or require any further information. The deadline for applications is December 7th, 2020 at 11:59 PM PST, however, applications will be evaluated and interviews will be conducted on a rolling basis in the order that they are received. New team members will undergo a three-month probationary period, during which time they will work closely with their Team Leads and report to the Science Communication (SciComm) Chief Officer to carry out roles and responsibilities, but will not have the opportunity to initiate major new initiatives or apply for larger leadership roles. Following the probationary period, new team members will be given the full responsibilities of STEM Fellowship executives.

Consultant and Team Member (3+ positions available), Science Communication’s Consulting Program

About the Science Communication Team: Our Science Communication division comprises the STEM Fellowship Journal (SFJ) – an open-access peer-reviewed journal, a national high school scholarly writing competition, scientific editing certification, scientific writing consulting services, and interactive scholarly communication workshops and webinars that have reached over 600 students across Canada. The SFJ, which is published by Canadian Science Publishing and supported by a board of PhD-holding peer reviewers, provides high school and university students with their first opportunity for scholarly publication while showcasing original, interdisciplinary ideas of the future academic talent. Through the SFJ, we aim to foster a scholarly network of STEM researchers across Canada.

We are recruiting committed and driven individuals to fulfill leadership roles as executive members of our Science Communication Team; the main portfolios in which Science Communication Executive Members can be involved are listed below under Primary Accountabilities and Responsibilities. The time commitment for each position will be approximately 3-5 hours per week, except that of a Team Lead which will occupy approximately 4-7 hours per week.

Primary Accountabilities and Responsibilities:

The Science Communication Consulting service is an exciting new program that offers practical and mentorship-style consulting to university students free-of-charge. The mission of the program is to engage with students who have trouble with the communication aspect of STEM research and will help student-researchers with preparing manuscripts, delivering research presentations, and more. Please refer to this link for additional information on the program: https://stemfellowship.org/scicomm-consulting/. This is a unique opportunity to use your mentorship skills to foster confidence in science communication in young researchers. Consultants must be extremely self-driven, reliable, and knowledgeable about effective science communication. Prior mentorship experience is a strong asset. STEM research experience is a key requirement for this role and strong English communication skills are a must. You will report to the Consulting Program Team Lead. To apply to this role, please ALSO complete this quick intake form in addition to the general SciComm Recruitment form linked at the end of this document: https://forms.gle/LYDWqciRpdHXiZ9P9. We strongly encourage candidates from all STEM backgrounds to apply, such as Engineering, Life Sciences, Physical Sciences, Social Sciences, and Mathematics.

Qualifications:

Applicants must be pursuing, or have obtained, a degree in STEM (science, technology, engineering or math) at a Canadian university. Past research experience or familiarity with scientific publishing gained otherwise, would be an asset for all positions. It is recommended that applicants have prior leadership experience. Applicants should be proficient in English.
Application Process:
To apply, please refer to the following link: https://forms.gle/2osGiYG52J4j2JLf6

Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions or require any further information. The deadline for applications is December 7th, 2020 at 11:59 PM PST, however, applications will be evaluated and interviews will be conducted on a rolling basis in the order that they are received. New team members will undergo a three-month probationary period, during which time they will work closely with their Team Leads and report to the Science Communication (SciComm) Chief Officer to carry out roles and responsibilities, but will not have the opportunity to initiate major new initiatives or apply for larger leadership roles. Following the probationary period, new team members will be given the full responsibilities of STEM Fellowship executives.

Team Member (up to 2 positions available), Science Communication’s STEM Fellowship Blog

About the Science Communication Team: Our Science Communication division comprises the STEM Fellowship Journal (SFJ) – an open-access peer-reviewed journal, a national high school scholarly writing competition, scientific editing certification, scientific writing consulting services, and interactive scholarly communication workshops and webinars that have reached over 600 students across Canada. The SFJ, which is published by Canadian Science Publishing and supported by a board of PhD-holding peer reviewers, provides high school and university students with their first opportunity for scholarly publication while showcasing original, interdisciplinary ideas of the future academic talent. Through the SFJ, we aim to foster a scholarly network of STEM researchers across Canada.

We are recruiting committed and driven individuals to fulfill leadership roles as executive members of our Science Communication Team; the main portfolios in which Science Communication Executive Members can be involved are listed below under Primary Accountabilities and Responsibilities. The time commitment for each position will be approximately 3-5 hours per week, except that of a Team Lead which will occupy approximately 4-7 hours per week.

Primary Accountabilities and Responsibilities:

Science Communication STEM Fellowship Blog serves as an opportunity for young researchers to focus on an issue within STEM and connect it to a societal context. Authors can tell us about a personal experience in STEM that catalyzed critical analysis and/or share their personal thoughts on important developments in a field. This blog is a method to expand the communication of STEM topics across a larger and more diverse audience. Team members will be responsible for corresponding with prospective/current blog authors and meticulously reviewing blog submissions. The team members will be asked to help research topics and develop interesting post prompts that will appeal to our target audience and attract submissions. Candidates should be skilled and tech-savvy writers and be able to assist in the production of appealing, informative, and insightful posts regarding STEM and society that will reach and grow our audience. Candidates must be strong, creative, and analytical writers. Please refer to the SF Blog landing page for examples of what is expected: https://stemfellowship.org/stem-fellowship-journal-and-blog/stem-fellowship-blog/. Applicants must send a copy of an original writing piece to Gurman Khera at gurman.khera@stemfellowship.org in order to be considered for this role.

Qualifications:

Applicants must be pursuing, or have obtained, a degree in STEM (science, technology, engineering or math) at a Canadian university. Past research experience or familiarity with scientific publishing gained otherwise, would be an asset for all positions. It is recommended that applicants have prior leadership experience. Applicants should be proficient in English.
Application Process:
To apply, please refer to the following link: https://forms.gle/2osGiYG52J4j2JLf6

Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions or require any further information. The deadline for applications is December 7th, 2020 at 11:59 PM PST, however, applications will be evaluated and interviews will be conducted on a rolling basis in the order that they are received. New team members will undergo a three-month probationary period, during which time they will work closely with their Team Leads and report to the Science Communication (SciComm) Chief Officer to carry out roles and responsibilities, but will not have the opportunity to initiate major new initiatives or apply for larger leadership roles. Following the probationary period, new team members will be given the full responsibilities of STEM Fellowship executives.

Team Lead (1 position available), Science Communication’s STEM Fellowship Blog

About the Science Communication Team: Our Science Communication division comprises the STEM Fellowship Journal (SFJ) – an open-access peer-reviewed journal, a national high school scholarly writing competition, scientific editing certification, scientific writing consulting services, and interactive scholarly communication workshops and webinars that have reached over 600 students across Canada. The SFJ, which is published by Canadian Science Publishing and supported by a board of PhD-holding peer reviewers, provides high school and university students with their first opportunity for scholarly publication while showcasing original, interdisciplinary ideas of the future academic talent. Through the SFJ, we aim to foster a scholarly network of STEM researchers across Canada.

We are recruiting committed and driven individuals to fulfill leadership roles as executive members of our Science Communication Team; the main portfolios in which Science Communication Executive Members can be involved are listed below under Primary Accountabilities and Responsibilities. The time commitment for each position will be approximately 3-5 hours per week, except that of a Team Lead which will occupy approximately 4-7 hours per week.

Primary Accountabilities and Responsibilities:

Communication STEM Fellowship Blog serves as an opportunity for young researchers to focus on an issue within STEM and connect it to a societal context. Authors can tell us about a personal experience in STEM that catalyzed critical analysis and/or share their personal thoughts on important developments in a field. This blog is a method to expand the communication of STEM topics across a larger and more diverse audience. The Team Lead will be responsible for managing correspondence with prospective/current authors, tracking submissions, maintaining fluid workflow among all blog team members, and will work closely with the Science Communication Chief Officer to increase the blog’s reach and engagement. Candidates should have prior academic writing experience and possess exceptional organizational and communication skills. Candidates must be strong, creative, and analytical writers. Please refer to the SF Blog landing page for examples of our previous blog posts: https://stemfellowship.org/stem-fellowship-journal-and-blog/stem-fellowship-blog/. Applicants must send a copy of an original writing piece to Gurman Khera at gurman.khera@stemfellowship.org in order to be considered for this role.

Qualifications:

Applicants must be pursuing, or have obtained, a degree in STEM (science, technology, engineering or math) at a Canadian university. Past research experience or familiarity with scientific publishing gained otherwise, would be an asset for all positions. It is recommended that applicants have prior leadership experience. Applicants should be proficient in English.
Application Process:
To apply, please refer to the following link: https://forms.gle/2osGiYG52J4j2JLf6

Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions or require any further information. The deadline for applications is December 7th, 2020 at 11:59 PM PST, however, applications will be evaluated and interviews will be conducted on a rolling basis in the order that they are received. New team members will undergo a three-month probationary period, during which time they will work closely with their Team Leads and report to the Science Communication (SciComm) Chief Officer to carry out roles and responsibilities, but will not have the opportunity to initiate major new initiatives or apply for larger leadership roles. Following the probationary period, new team members will be given the full responsibilities of STEM Fellowship executives.

OJS Team Members (up to 3 positions available), STEM Fellowship Journal Team

About the Science Communication Team: Our Science Communication division comprises the STEM Fellowship Journal (SFJ) – an open-access peer-reviewed journal, a national high school scholarly writing competition, scientific editing certification, scientific writing consulting services, and interactive scholarly communication workshops and webinars that have reached over 600 students across Canada. The SFJ, which is published by Canadian Science Publishing and supported by a board of PhD-holding peer reviewers, provides high school and university students with their first opportunity for scholarly publication while showcasing original, interdisciplinary ideas of the future academic talent. Through the SFJ, we aim to foster a scholarly network of STEM researchers across Canada.

We are recruiting committed and driven individuals to fulfill leadership roles as executive members of our Science Communication Team; the main portfolios in which Science Communication Executive Members can be involved are listed below under Primary Accountabilities and Responsibilities. The time commitment for each position will be approximately 3-5 hours per week, except that of a Team Lead which will occupy approximately 4-7 hours per week.

Primary Accountabilities and Responsibilities:

OJS Team Members will be responsible for designing and optimizing a project management tool for a journal’s editorial workflow. They will work closely with team members in an iterative process to optimize editorial workflow. They will design training materials for different audiences to use (eg. authors, editors). Skills that this candidate must possess include the ability to work with others (eg. journal director, other team members) and stick to deadlines. The ideal candidate should be very task-oriented and experience with the Open Journal System is an asset (not mandatory).

Qualifications:

Applicants must be pursuing, or have obtained, a degree in STEM (science, technology, engineering or math) at a Canadian university. Past research experience or familiarity with scientific publishing gained otherwise, would be an asset for all positions. It is recommended that applicants have prior leadership experience. Applicants should be proficient in English.
Application Process:
To apply, please refer to the following link: https://forms.gle/2osGiYG52J4j2JLf6

Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions or require any further information. The deadline for applications is December 7th, 2020 at 11:59 PM PST, however, applications will be evaluated and interviews will be conducted on a rolling basis in the order that they are received. New team members will undergo a three-month probationary period, during which time they will work closely with their Team Leads and report to the Science Communication (SciComm) Chief Officer to carry out roles and responsibilities, but will not have the opportunity to initiate major new initiatives or apply for larger leadership roles. Following the probationary period, new team members will be given the full responsibilities of STEM Fellowship executives.

Typesetters (up to 3 positions available), STEM Fellowship Journal Team

About the Science Communication Team: Our Science Communication division comprises the STEM Fellowship Journal (SFJ) – an open-access peer-reviewed journal, a national high school scholarly writing competition, scientific editing certification, scientific writing consulting services, and interactive scholarly communication workshops and webinars that have reached over 600 students across Canada. The SFJ, which is published by Canadian Science Publishing and supported by a board of PhD-holding peer reviewers, provides high school and university students with their first opportunity for scholarly publication while showcasing original, interdisciplinary ideas of the future academic talent. Through the SFJ, we aim to foster a scholarly network of STEM researchers across Canada.

We are recruiting committed and driven individuals to fulfill leadership roles as executive members of our Science Communication Team; the main portfolios in which Science Communication Executive Members can be involved are listed below under Primary Accountabilities and Responsibilities. The time commitment for each position will be approximately 3-5 hours per week, except that of a Team Lead which will occupy approximately 4-7 hours per week.

Primary Accountabilities and Responsibilities:

Typesetters will format manuscripts and conference proceedings using InDesign for publication in the StemFellowship Journal. They will work with other Journal staff and authors to format manuscripts and conference proceedings. Skills that this candidate must possess are the ability to work with others (eg. journal lead, other team members) and stick to deadlines. The ideal candidate should be very detail-oriented and experience using InDesign is an asset (not mandatory). Further, research experience is an asset (not mandatory).

Qualifications:

Applicants must be pursuing, or have obtained, a degree in STEM (science, technology, engineering or math) at a Canadian university. Past research experience or familiarity with scientific publishing gained otherwise, would be an asset for all positions. It is recommended that applicants have prior leadership experience. Applicants should be proficient in English.
Application Process:
To apply, please refer to the following link: https://forms.gle/2osGiYG52J4j2JLf6

Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions or require any further information. The deadline for applications is December 7th, 2020 at 11:59 PM PST, however, applications will be evaluated and interviews will be conducted on a rolling basis in the order that they are received. New team members will undergo a three-month probationary period, during which time they will work closely with their Team Leads and report to the Science Communication (SciComm) Chief Officer to carry out roles and responsibilities, but will not have the opportunity to initiate major new initiatives or apply for larger leadership roles. Following the probationary period, new team members will be given the full responsibilities of STEM Fellowship executives.