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Instructional Systems Development

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Internship Opportunities

VOLUNTEER INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY

Job Title:

Johns Hopkins Medicine Interactive Learning Intern

Employer:

Johns Hopkins Medicine International, Interactive Learning

Location:

Johns Hopkins Medicine Interactive Learning

1300 Thames St., Suite 200

Baltimore, 21231

Compensation & Schedule:

Volunteer position (unpaid); 20-25 hours per week, schedule built around availability

Job Description:

Interactive Learning Internship Program is designed to provide undergraduate/graduate students an opportunity to be part of the John Hopkins Medicine enterprise training group.  Interns are expected to take a proactive approach commensurate with experience and will be assigned variety of tasks during the program. You will have a complete learning project at the end of this internship for your e-portfolio. Emphasis will be placed on areas of interest as much as possible, but assignments will not be limited this. 

Interactive Learning’s service focus areas are:

  • Use instructional design principles to manage, design, develop, and evaluate online learning
  • Write and edit instructional content in Articulate
  • Introductory Learning Management System (LMS) use
  • Project management

Duties for interns will include, but are not limited to:

  • Assist the development of materials for various learning programs based on knowledge of adult learning theories;
  • Work with subject matter experts to address learning needs;
  • Edit courses for grammar and branding;
  • Maintain and utilize graphics;
  • Support the LMS;
  • Import and catalogue courses into LMS; and
  • Administrative tasks (assisting with office management duties, copying, filing, etc.)

Qualifications:

  • Junior or senior in undergraduate or student in graduate program
    • Preferred majors include: Instructional Design, Adult Learning, Organizational Development, Education, or similar field
  • Knowledge of adult learning theory, instructional design models including, but not limited to, the ISD and ADDIE models
  • Communicate effectively in both an oral and written format
  • Demonstrate independent thinking and decision-making abilities
  • Development experience with: Articulate, Adobe Captivate, and/or Flash preferred
  • Knowledge of MS Office (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access)

Application Method:

Interested students should send their resume to Tamara Kravitz at tkravit1@jhmi.edu