Careers


WORK WITH SEEDS!

PERMANENT POSITIONS

Director, Programs (Full-Time)
The Director, Programs oversees all aspects of SEEDS’ student academic programming, which includes the Young Scholars Program (YSP) for 5th and 6th graders, the Scholars Program (Scholars) for 8th graders, and the College Scholars Program (CSP) for high school students during their 11th and 12th-grade years.

Programs Assistant (Part-Time)
The Programs Assistant will be responsible for providing administrative support for SEEDS’ Programs Department. The role will report to the Director, Programs, but will work closely with, and support, two Programs Officers who oversee three, year-round, rigorous academic programs for students from 5th through 12th grades.

TO APPLY
Send resume and cover letter as an attachment to an email with the subject line “Programs Assistant Position” to jevans@seedsaccess.org.

TEMPORARY POSITIONS

SEEDS is also currently recruiting for temporary positions for our summer programming. Positions run from June 28 to July 30 (Monday through Friday). 

College 201 Professor, Collegiate Experience

Dean of Student Advisement

TO APPLY
Those interested in applying for a position should send a cover letter and resume to Imani K. Gilliam, Director of Programs at igilliam@seedsaccess.org.

INTERNSHIPS

Social Media & Video Editing Intern (remote)
Help SEEDS boost their social media presence by creating content for the best access org out there! Create short videos and help build a video FAQ for the SEEDS website. You’ll work with our experienced Communications, Brand, and Marketing Manager to hone and polish your creative suite skills while building your portfolio. Applicable skills for future roles include video editing, photo/image editing, messaging, story-telling, and social media management. Total project stipend: $2,000

Alumni Outreach + Administrative Intern (remote)
We are looking for an intern to reach out by phone and to conduct online research on 400+ SEEDS alumni. The purpose of this project is to gather missing data on our alumni, specifically college graduation info, in order to tell our amazing SEEDS story in better ways. This is a perfect role if you’ve ever wondered about other SEEDS alum, love learning about people, and enjoy speaking on the phone. We’ll provide you a list of information to gather from the alumni, and you’ll record your notes. You’ll gain applicable skills for future roles in university admissions and recruitment, fundraising, sales, and human resources. This position will also be asked to work on administrative projects for the SEEDS office and staff. Total project stipend: $2,000

TO APPLY
Please email your resume and a brief letter of interest to Jennifer Evans, jevans@seedsaccess.org. Include the title of the internship in the subject line.