Graduate Internship - Digital Maker Collective at Camberwell Chelsea Wimbledon

An exciting opportunity for a Graduate Intern to be join the Digital Learning team at Camberwell, Chelsea & Wimbledon Colleges, Digital Maker Collective in supporting Curriculum integration and development and delivery of live projects (e.g Tate Exchange).

Graduate Internship - Digital Maker Collective at Camberwell Chelsea Wimbledon 

The Camberwell Chelsea and Wimbledon Graduate Internship is an opportunity for First Generation into Higher Education students to gain first hand professional experience of working within a course environment. This role offers both paid work and a learning opportunity and will involve working within the course delivery team.

Based within Camberwell Chelsea Wimbledon Digital, supporting the integration of new technologies the development of digital teaching and learning practice, you will form part of the Camberwell Chelsea Wimbledon Graduate Internship Team who will meet regularly to reflect and learn from each other’s experiences with support from the Learning and Teaching staff.

We are interested in how we can better enable students to own and contribute to the course curriculum. A key part of this role will be to support this process by providing day-today-to-day assistance, working closely across course teams to facilitate activities that support student led groups, meet-ups, critical debates, workshops, online learning and live events.

As an intern, you will develop a professional approach to work and personal attributes which support future employment.

Read more and how to apply here.

**Please do not apply if you do not meet these eligibility criteria, you must be studying on an undergraduate course at Camberwell Chelsea Wimbledon, graduating in 2017, you must be a Home student and come from a family where neither parent has been to University.** University of the Arts London is a vibrant world centre for innovation, drawing together six Colleges with international reputations in art, design, fashion, communication and performing arts.

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