- Following instructions, test the lab exercises and document any inaccuracies or omissions.
- Download and play around with a variety of free apps from the App Store.
- Assist in preparing surveys, conducting user experience testing and gathering feedback.
- Help locate existing data and learnings around: teaching and learning technology for women and girls, Apps: what works, what doesn’t.
- Provide feedback from the perspective of someone who is learning software programming for the first time.
- Other duties as assigned.
- Willingness to learn Apple’s technologies over time - specifically how to use the MacBook and iPad, and gain a beginners level knowledge of Apple’s Swift programming language. A lot of guidance will be provided, but curiosity and an open mind are essential.
- Minimal or no software programming experience.
- Be detail-oriented, organized, punctual and meet deadlines.
- Proficiency using Microsoft Office, email, and web browsers.
- Ability to work with a minimum of supervision.
- Unafraid to try new things and able to view making mistakes as a necessary part of the learning process.