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Join the team of Problem Solvers

At the Einstein Project, no solution is the end all, be all. Our team is consistently looking for new ways to accomplish tasks and update processes. We think creatively and critically to be an innovative resource for our team, educators, and community. If you want to join our team of problem solvers, be ready to think outside of the box.

Our team is highly-effective because we use clear communication, share ideas, strive for continuous improvement, actively problem solve, follow best practices & Einstein processes, hold each other accountable, and are committed to continuous learning. It's the einstein way.

Robust Benefits Package

Paid Time Off & Holidays
Health, Dental & Life Insurance Options
Long-Term & Short-Term Disability
Retirement Savings
Flex Spending
Flexible Scheduling
Wellness Incentives

 

 

Open Positions

 

Computer Science Fellowship

Non-Employee, limited-term

This Fellowship has been established through a partnership between Microsoft and the Einstein Project. The major task of this Fellowship is to assist in laying the foundation of a solid computer science education program in the state of Wisconsin, with the intent to strengthen the bridge between the complexity of computer science and practical application in our schools. The work produced by the fellow will be available as an open educational resource to give schools a model of K-12 computer science curriculum.

Term – 6 months (November 2018 – May 2019)

Anticipated Start Date: November 1, 2018

 

Full Position Description & Qualifications

[At The Einstein Project], I always feel like my ideas and opinions are valued and taken into consideration. I feel as though I am spoken to as a true adult where conversations included critique and thought, not just praise and direction. This is something I have not come across often, so it really means the world to me.
— Autumn R. (Intern)