Resilience, Inc., a non-profit organization, works to improve mental health, reduce mass shootings, suicide, depression, declining test scores, low student engagement, and a slew of other social issues.
The organization focuses on offering Social Emotional Learning tools to enable K-12 schools to teach emotional intelligence through 5 core topics; self-awareness, self-control, social awareness, relationship management, goal setting & effective decision-making. Resilience also provides tools for acquiring and maintaining inspiration, hope, social beings, and overall well-being.
Our mission is to set SEL tools at every school in the country. It is a tough challenge, but we know “No Challenge, No Change.” If you also concern about children’s mental health and social being. Join us! Be a member of Resilience, Inc.
The organization is looking for Lesson Plan Writers and offers internship programs in curriculum departments. Our interns should take responsibility to be creative and enthusiastic about designing and developing our SEL lesson plan for children’s mental health. Your lesson plans will be shown to students as part of their education to help them learn about society and emotional learning. Suppose you are also concerned about children’s mental health and want to learn more about the SEL program. Join us! Be a member of Resilience, Inc.
- Coordinate with the curriculum department to work to develop the project
- Owning all aspects of curriculum production, including pitching, researching, and packaging
- Be responsible to design, edit, and set the SEL curriculum
- Be familiar with our core topics, including self-awareness, self-control, social awareness, relationship management, and decision making&goal settings
- Must be able to read, write, and intermediately speak English fluently.
- Major in education, psychology, and writing is preferred, but everyone with passion is welcome
- Work independently.
- Ability to work on a team can attend weekly remote meetings.
- Reliable, punctual.
- Pay attention to details.
- Consistently communicate with team members.
- Process eagerness to learn and an open mind to improve critical skills.
- Receptive to improve problems and solving skills.
- Objective learning.
- Minimum of 5-10 hours per week, with flexibility during exams week.
- As a lesson plan writer, the intern will gain a sense of creativity while developing analytical, communication, instructional, and decision-making skills.