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STEM Specialist

Internship Responsibilities

Act as the GSCM STEM Technology and Engineering subject matter expert. Provide curriculum support to recruiters planning STEM events/sessions, to Community Programs in-school sessions and to summer camp sessions. Provide training in robotics, cybersecurity, technology, coding, programming and maker-space topics to staff, volunteers and paid adult coaches, and girls.

Develop an understanding and knowledge of the various STEM programs and events offered through our council including in-school programs, single day events, day camps, and re-occurring meetings. Project budget needs and supplies needed for each type of program. Order supplies and maintain inventory of supplies per grant project. Maintain documentation for proper coding of expenses for projects and grant funded programs.

Work with Manager of the Program Department to ensure events, projects, and camps are planned, budgeted, and carried out within approved Council goals, objectives, and safety standards.

Facilitate major council sponsored STEM events; including but not limited to, developing materials with the Communications Department, organizing with community partners, and promoting events.

Provide routine reporting and evaluation for STEM programs

Participate in training opportunities offered by council in order to enhance ability to perform the essential functions of the position. Including trainings related to the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) fields.

Maintain a broad base of community contacts and positive community relations by meeting with and speaking to individuals, and groups to promote Girl Scouting in the community, and to develop College and Career Readiness activities in STEM areas for Girl Scouts.

Work collaboratively with all council departments to provide cooperative retention, recruitment and training opportunities for all girl and adult members.

Recruit and guide volunteers and paid adult SMEs or consultants needed for implementing council-sponsored STEM programming and events.

Ensure program events and activities are planned and implemented in compliance with GSUSA, GSCM, and grant funder policies and guidelines.

Plan the delivery of specific STEM content, including coding, cybersecurity, and robotics

Train adult volunteers/paid coaches in STEM content, including coding, cybersecurity and robotics

Evaluate and revise efforts, as needed, to effectively deliver STEM programs

Work evenings and weekends as, needed, to facilitate the effective deliver STEM programs   

· Perform other related duties as required.

Skill Set Required


  • BS/BA college degree in a related field.  One year of experience in technology or engineering may be substituted for two years of the educational requirement.
  • Strong background knowledge and passion in STEM and STEM equity (science, technology, engineering, and math)
  • Comfortable with a face-paced work environment
  • Demonstrated computer skills, preferably in Microsoft Office products.  Coding, programming, cybersecurity and 3D CADD modeling expertise is preferred.
  • Ability to work with girls and adults in a large group setting.  Experience in educating adults preferred.  Teacher certification preferred.
  • Familiarity with principals of youth development.
  • Ability to motivate and inspire youth and adults.
  • Detail oriented, energetic, and able to manage multiple tasks
  • Strong interpersonal, communication, and customer-service skills
  • Bilingual – Spanish/ English preferred.
  • Flexible schedule that allows for weekend and night events
  • Ability to see programs through from conception to completion
  • Successful candidate will be culturally sensitive and possess the ability to work productively with a diverse group of people.
  • Must have reliable transportation..
  • Must have attained the age of 21 and pass a criminal background check and drug screening.


Preferred Areas of Study/Major(s)

Engineering, information technology, cybersecurity, mathematics, science education

Internship Location

Baltimore, MD


Semester: Ongoing
Year: 2018-19
Hours per week: 20 or more hours
Workdays: Flexible
Pay: Yes, negotiable based on experience and education salary
Authorization Requirements: U.S. Citizen/U.S. National

Application Requirements

Application Deadline: September 21, 2018
Required Documentation: Resume, Cover Letter, References
Application Instructions Please send resume, cover letter and list of 3 professional references to


4806 Seton Drive
Baltimore, Maryland 21215

About Girl Scouts of Central Maryland, Inc.

  1. Mission:  The Girl Scouts of Central Maryland adopts and promotes the mission statement of Girl Scouts USA.  “Girl Scouts build girls of courage, confidence and character who make the world a better place.”  The Vision of GSCM is to be the premier leadership experience for girls in the Central Maryland Region.  The Value proposition is that Girl Scouts is where girls find their voices and make them matter. 

  2. History:  The first Girl Scout Troop in the United States was organized in Savannah, Georgia on March 12, 1912 by Juliette Gordon Low.  As the Founder of the Girl Scouts USA, Ms. Low’s mission was to help girls and young women realize their full potential outside of the home.  The Girl Scout program is “fun with purpose,” based on the Girl Scout Promise and Law that generations of girls have followed for 103 years.

  3. Goals:  GSCM operates under a three-year strategic plan with goals and objectives relevant to all girls who live in Central Maryland.   In partnership with committed adults, through the GSCM Leadership Experience, girls develop qualities that will serve them all their lives – like strong values, social conscience, and conviction about their own potential and self-worth. 

    The goals for 2015-2018 were established in a strategic plan that promotes movement-wide customer focus.  With the target population of girls in kindergarten through 12th grade, the goals are:

    (a) to empower a culturally diverse population of girls through engagement in a Girl Scout pathway;

    (b) to increase the reach of GSCM’s programs and unique experiences by enrolling an increased number of girls, particularly girls from underserved communities,  as members of the Girl Scouts of Central Maryland; and

    (c) to recruit, screen and orient new and existing adult volunteers, who are guided and trained to mentor a culturally diverse Girl Scout population.  

    There are several priority objectives to achieve this goal that are detailed in the GSCM strategic plan, and include Membership; Volunteerism; Engagement; Funding; and Technology.