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Job Opening: Marketing/Biz Dev Summer Associate at Motion Math

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  • edupreneur-jobs-owner@yahoogroups.com
    Pioneer Mobile Learning as a Marketing/Biz Dev Summer Associate at Motion Math Help transform mobile learning and inspire kids around the world. As our first
    Message 1 of 2 , May 2, 2011
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      Pioneer Mobile Learning as a Marketing/Biz Dev Summer Associate at Motion Math
      Help transform mobile learning and inspire kids around the world. As our first marketing and business development hire, you'll be more like an Acting VP than an Summer Associate; your energy and decisions will greatly impact the future of our startup. You'll work directly with our cofounders to
      • design, implement, and measure our marketing strategy
      • streamline our business development and channel strategy
      • create a more nuanced, accurate model of our business.
      If you want to work hard, learn a ton about mobile education, and are ready to have the best summer of your career, check out bit.ly/bestsummerever

      About us: Motion Math creates intuitive, physical gameplay for math's most difficult fundamentals. In new mobile and game technologies we see a huge, international opportunity to transform how children learn. Our first product, a fractions number line game – conceived at Stanford's School of Education – launched on the App Store to critical acclaim. Our founders are Stanford CS and Cognitive Science graduates with experience in enterprise software platforms, award-winning media, and teaching. We've just raised seed funding from a world-class group of investors and are now rapidly completing our first game suite and data platform. More details at bit.ly/bestsummerever

    • Karin Little
      Associate Director, Resident Training The Broad Residency in Urban Education Background The mission of The Broad Center for the Management of School Systems
      Message 2 of 2 , May 12, 2011
      Associate Director, Resident Training
      The Broad Residency in Urban Education

      Background
      The mission of The Broad Center for the Management of School Systems (TBC) is to raise student
      achievement by recruiting, training and supporting executive leadership talent from across America
      to become the next generation of urban school district leaders. The Center identifies talented leaders
      from education, business, the military, nonprofit organizations and government who have the
      passion, knowledge and skills to take on executive leadership roles in urban education. The Broad
      Center operates two primary leadership development programs: The Broad Superintendents
      Academy and The Broad Residency in Urban Education.

      The Broad Center is funded by The Broad Foundation (www.broadfoundation.org), an education
      grant-making organization founded by Eli and Edythe Broad in 1999. More information on The
      Broad Center and its programs can be found at www.broadcenter.org.

      Created in 2003, The Broad Residency in Urban Education (TBR) is an intensive two-year
      management development program offered to talented early- and mid-career professionals from the
      private and non-profit sectors. The purpose of the program is to provide an entry point for developing
      leaders who are not currently working in public education to train and prepare for senior positions in
      urban school systems throughout the country. Residents are placed directly in large urban school
      districts, charter management organizations, and state and federal departments of education working
      for senior leaders. Over the course of the two years, Residents meet together for eight professional
      development sessions for rigorous study and skill-building activities. When the program ends,
      Residents are well prepared to assume leadership posts in systems of public schools.

      Position Summary
      The Associate Director, Resident Training will be responsible for coordinating the development
      and delivery of the professional development programming for The Broad Residency program. He or
      she will serve as a member of the Residency program team and will report to the Managing Director
      of The Broad Residency. This position is a full time, salaried exempt position based in Los Angeles,
      CA and will require up to 20% travel.

      To Apply
      To apply, please email a résumé and one page letter of interest to pcordero@....
      We will only contact applicants chosen for further consideration.
      Final employment is contingent on a writing sample, demonstration/presentation of an appropriate
      lesson module and a satisfactory background check.

      The Broad Center engages employees without regard to race, color, religion, creed, age, gender,
      marital status, sexual orientation or any other characteristic covered by law. All who believe they
      meet the stated qualifications are invited to apply. The Broad Center is an equal opportunity
      employer.

      The statements in this description represent typical elements, criteria, and general work performed.
      They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills
      required for the job.
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