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The STEM Coordinator reports to the Technology Training Coordinator. They will be responsible for developing, coordinating, and teaching STEM related programs across all branches. Primary responsibilities include coordinating systemwide events and competitions for the Brooklyn Robotics League (BRL) program and instructing all staff on the BRL program, curriculum development and revision, and materials management. This position works closely with NYC-First, the Technology Training Supervisors and the Vice President of the Information Technology Department /CIO.
Brooklyn Public Library seeks an individual to run a Teen Tech Center at selected locations We are looking for (3) Teen Tech Coordinators for these locations- Annex, Bay Ridge & Saratoga. The Tech Center will offer young people (ages 13 to 18) the opportunity to work on projects they find meaningful to their lives, using computers and technology. The program provides support and resources for young people to pursue their interests and build upon their talents. In the Teen Tech Center, youth can design their own music, art, newsletters, robots, science simulations, computer games, and animation. The Teen Tech Center Coordinator will work collaboratively with the Technology Resources Specialists, Young Adult Librarians, the Technology Training Supervisors and the Young Adult Internship Coordinator to host creative activities and deliver meaningful technology programs. This position reports the Technology Training Coordinator.
Brooklyn Public Library is hiring a team of Digital Navigators to help low-income Brooklyn residents connect to free or low-cost internet service in their home or on a connected device.
Under supervision of the Digital Navigation Manager, Navigators will be an integral part of Brooklyn Public Library’s efforts to equalize broadband access in our communities (for more information see BPL’s recently released Strategic Plan). Navigators will be responsible for building awareness around the FCC’s Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) and providing one-on-one support to interested patrons, including those who speak languages other than English. Navigators will answer questions about who qualifies for the ACP and how they can apply. They will help patrons navigate through the online application and if necessary help patrons understand their options when it comes to internet service providers and their available plans. Navigation support will be provided telephonically through a BPL hotline as well as in-person during outreach events and programs. BPL will be hiring for five part-time Navigator positions, all grant-funded with the current funding level expected to last three years. Additional funding is being sought.
Digital Navigators may have the option of working from home, though they will be required to travel to library branches and other Brooklyn locations regularly for outreach and in-person programming.
The hours for this position is up to 19 hours a week and the hourly rate is $25 an hour.
Under the direction of the Supervising Librarian, the Programming Specialist will conduct programs for youth (ages birth to 21 years) with and without disabilities. These programs include, but are not limited to: Read and Play; After School Stories; Our Garden Club; Family Lego; and class visits. The Programming Specialist covers 2 BPL locations and is also responsible for outreach throughout their catchment area.