Interactive Mechanics Fellowship Program
Posted by Interactive Mechanics on June 26, 2017
Interactive Mechanics is gearing up for the second year of our fellowship program targeted at representation and inclusion in tech, and applications are open now through July 9!
About the Fellowship Program
The Interactive Mechanics Fellowship Program is a paid, part-time, low-residency program for entry level designers and developers. Now in its second year, this nine-month fellowship aims to build capacity for representation and inclusion in the technology field. Key features include one-on-one mentorship, a stipend, a part time and remote schedule to allow for other commitments, and facilitated conversations on soft skills and workplace culture issues.
The ideal candidate is interested in at least one of our areas of work (higher education, museums, or arts and culture) and has strong beginner or intermediate-level skills in front-end, back-end development, and/or digital design.
Learn about our 2017 fellows and their projects on our website and in this Technically Philly story.
Deadline: July 9 – Apply now!
About Interactive Mechanics
Interactive Mechanics is a digital design firm that partners with cultural and educational organizations on design, development, user experience, and digital strategy. Our team builds beautiful, user-centered digital projects for web, mobile, and in-gallery exhibits that educate and empower your audiences. We’re a diverse, curious, and playful team, dedicated to learning from each of our projects and from one another. Learn more about us on our website.
About Our Fellowship Speakers
Fellows meet once a month at our Old City office to share project updates and to participate in a roundtable discussion with an industry leader. Confirmed speakers include:
Jen Dionisio, EPAM Systems
Doing Tech Outside Of Tech
Stephanie Lin, Elsevier
Card Sort All the Things! How to Make Decisions that are more Aligned with your Values
Sylvester Mobley, Coded By Kids
Why Mission Based Work Is Important For Technologists
Upma Singh, Digitas Health
Relationships Matter: Building A Network
Darla Wolfe, Sweatequite
Being Your Own Career Disruptor
- Development Director, Challenge Program
- Assistant OR Associate Director for Student Formation and Community Engagement
- Program Coordinator, Center for the Common Good, Villanova University – Dec 20
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