16 Sep (Another) Data Analyst Intern
We are recruiting for (another) Data Analyst Intern to support the design, presentation, & evaluation of our new socially conscious dance program, Active Inclusion Program (AIP).
Job Title: Active Inclusion Program (AIP) Data Analyst Intern
Start Date: As soon as possible
Wage: $23 / hour x 35 hours / week
AIP is being created to disrupt discrimination, intolerance, hate, & racism in youth populations as a method for increasing awareness about:
- Canada’s cultural diversity
- Issues affecting underrepresented populations in fully participating in society
Because of the ongoing pandemic, AIP will follow a Digital Structure
- 10 minute opening video performance
- 5 days (75 minutes / day) online workshop, which includes
- Group Engagement with e-book about how functional human movement can disrupt or promote negative routines, beliefs, & behaviours about discrimination, intolerance, hate, & racism.
- SQx phrases & creative class with participants devising & embodying short phrases
- Discussions about Equity, Responsibility, Empathy, COVID & BLM Confronting Racism, Prejudice, Inclusion, Reconciliation, Cross Cultural Sharing, Confronting Discrimination, Cyberbullying & Online Hate, Belonging, Shared Canadian Identity, Changing Attitudes, Youth Action & Justice, Where to Go for Help, Multiculturalism, Diversity
- Final Day: 10 minute closing STOP-ACTION VIDEO PERFORMANCE
AIP Promotes Cross Cultural Sharing & Raising about Canadian Diversity & Inequities in Our Society By
- Establishing a safe learning environment to discussion & brainstorm solutions to important but difficult subjects that are not clearly defined in arts education curriculums.
- Establishing a sense of belonging in schools by addressing discrimination, intolerance, hate, & racism.
- Exploring relationships between identity, place, culture, society, & belonging through the arts.
- Establishing understanding & appreciation of personal, social, cultural historical, contexts in relation to contemporary dance.
- Mapping relationships among cultures, communities, & the arts.
- Negotiating identity, place, culture, & belonging through arts experiences.
- Creating experiences to expand people’s sense of identity & belonging.
- Promoting art as a means to develop empathy for others’ perspectives & experiences.
AIP Participant Catchment Reach: BC, AB, SK, MB, YK, & NT
- Criminal Record Check (Vulnerable Sector)
- Bilingual Proficiency (written & spoken)
- Dance experience is an asset, but not required
- Preference is given to the following underrepresented youth populations
- People of diverse abilities
- Youth from remote and rural areas
- minoritized ethnicities, religions, & languages
- Newcomers and refugees
Intern Roles & Responsibilities
- Development & analysis of online qualitative & quantitative evaluation tools for AIP youth participants, educators, & administrators in collaboration with SD36 – Surrey
- Data analysis & documentation to support the development of new AIP databases to catalogue learning outcomes, feedback, & demographics of vulnerable participant communities to support AIP’s future distribution & evolution
- Data analysis to support the synchronization of new and existing databases with AIP online registration system
- Working collaboratively with existing SQx staff to develop a new digital performance & teaching platform for dance (that is not prerecorded) for AIP
- Cataloguing AIP participant creative class footage in preparation for stop-action video editing
This internship is a part of Innovate BC’s Youth Dividend program funded by the Government of Canada under its Digital Skills for Youth (DS4Y) program.
To Apply: Contact us with cover letter, CV, 3 professional references, and photo by Friday, September 17, 2021.