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Montefiore Learning Network Instructional Design & Curriculum Development Intern-Volunteer

Interns will gain hands-on experience with Learning & Development initiatives in the healthcare setting by supporting, shadowing, and collaborating with Senior L&D staff on internal projects. Specific projects and duties will depend upon the current needs of the organization, and include but are not limited to:
·        Supports the learning team during the learning solution analysis, design, and development
·        Analyzes learning needs to recommend effective learning solutions that address knowledge and/or performance gaps
·        Identifies appropriate content through research and collaboration with Subject Matter Experts (SMEs)
·        Authors learning objectives and identifies evaluation criteria
·        Designs and develops content, mapping content to learning objectives
·        Recommends appropriate formats, methodologies, and media to use for specific training needs
·        Prepares training materials in physical and digital formats, including but not limited to facilitator guides, participant materials, PowerPoint presentations, job aids, and online resources
·        Contributes to project plans, prototypes, and status reports relevant to instructional design projects
·        Supports the delivery of pilot sessions and completes the required revisions
·        Suggests best practices or improvements for consideration to enhance client's methodologies, tools, and templates.
 ***Stipend Provided

Preferred: Pursuing a master’s degree in Education, Instruction Design, Adult Learning or related study in any one or combination of the following: Organizational Psychology, Human Resources, Training 
·        Ability to develop effective and engaging instructor-led learning experiences, incorporating a variety of media and methodologies
·        Experience designing training and educational programs for leadership, professional, and/or interpersonal skills
·        Ability to apply instructional design methodologies (e.g., ADDIE, SAM) and adult learning theory, while incorporating social learning practices in overall design
·        Ability to manage multiple priorities simultaneously; ability to set and meet project deadlines
·        Superior written and verbal communication skills
·        Strong interpersonal skills: ability to build positive relationships with colleagues across multiple functional areas of the organization.
·        Proficient in MS Office (e.g., Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel)

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