Are you an experienced sustainable development professional that would like to faciliate workshops about community-led development and research? HUB iLab is looking for a Community-Centered Design & Research Lead Instructor to lead community-centered design workshops in the Yohualichan indigenous community in Mexico.
Are you interested in design education and business development? Change Hub is looking for a business and marketing intern to help increase revenue generation and support program expansion as they aim to bring design training to more and more people within the prisons of Nairobi. Candidates should have a background and business, and will be working to facilitate new partnerships with Change Hub, as well as strengthening relationships with current partners.
Please note that these positions are unpaid, but IDIN may be able to contribute a minimal amount of financial support should a successful match be made.
Are you passionate about design education and opening up conversation about important international development issues? TechCon 2016, a Higher Education Solutions Network (HESN)-sponsored conference that aims to foster interdisciplinary dialogue about international development issues and build a community of diverse development practioners, is looking for sessions proposals that allign with this year's themes: Enabling Innovation and Building Innovation Ecosystems, Measuring Impact and Generating Evidence, Producing Actionable Research, and Creating Next Generation Practioners and Partnerships. Options include a proposal for a 45-minute session or for an hour and 45-minute workshop.
Interested in learning how to design and construct pedal-powered machines? The School of Appropriate Bici-Technology is looking for applicants to its summer session from June 6-July 29, in San Andrés, Guatemala. Students from all over the world will study side-by-side with Carlos Marroquin, a world leader in pedal-powered technology, in designing and manufacturing pedal-powered machines.
Scholarships are also available for students from lower and middle-income countries to study in this exciting program.