The PISCES Project has multiple Science Education Fellow positions
that are available for at least a 9 or 12-month appointment, working
15-20 hours per week. Fellows partner with local K-6 teachers to
implement kit-based science in their classrooms. Fellows may also
assist with project administration needs including inventory control,
program outreach, and web design. Fellows are required to attend a
weekly seminar and professional development project meetings. There
are opportunities for some fellows to travel to La Paz, Baja
California and Alaska's North Slope to extend the program's efforts.
The PISCES Project also has data analysts positions available for at least a 9 or 12-month appointment, working 15-20 hours per week. This position involves data collection, entry and analysis. Knowledge of statistical techniques and familiarity with statistical computer packages (such as SAS or SPSS) is necessary.
Minimum Qualifications for Applicants:
You may do one of the followings:
- Request an application by emailing Debbie DeRoma at email@example.com.
- Apply online at https://jobshr.sdsu.edu/hr/content/public/, which is the SDSU Foundation human resources site, just look for the PISCES jobs.
PISCES Project Supporters
|National Science Foundation|
Biogen Idec ||
Boston Scientific ||
Girard Foundation ||
Hewlett Packard Foundation ||
Qualcomm Incorporated ||
San Diego Science Alliance || Sprint || The Legoland Foundation ||
Richard D. Winter Jr. Matching Gift || A generous gift from the Edgar Hardy Family || The San Diego Foundation's Reuben H. Fleet Discretionary Fund & Colonel Frank C. Wood Memorial Fund || Todd and Mari Gutschow Family Foundation || Anne Prause Blue || Proxima || Marilyn and Martin Colby