We are looking for a Teen Intern Program Manager who is ready to enhance the 2023 Summer Teen Leadership Intern Program. Massachusetts high school students will be recruited and trained to assist instructors in our summer session virtual classrooms. The goal of the teen internship program is to provide high school students with work experience and exposure to the field of K-12 education as a career possibility.The Teen Internship Program Manager for Ed Inquiry must be a self-starter, capable of working within a very high energy and highly focused team of individuals that are breaking new ground in K-12 education. We are looking for someone innovative and creative that can create an engaging environment for the Teen Internship Program. The ideal candidate is someone who can lead with a positive and energetic attitude while also providing support for the teen interns.Essential Duties/ResponsibilitiesLead and manage approximately 50 teen internsImplement the processes of the teen intern role from onboarding to off-boarding for the season and/or returning for the following seasonResponsible for attaining required paperwork for employment (work permits) needed from teens and their parents to ensure a smooth start of the summer programCreate a process of communication with the staff and instructors to have a clear understanding of how the interns can support the program’s goals and prioritiesImplement teen intern workflows and standard operating procedures for special projects assigned to the intern cohortManage teens’ schedules and ensure timely submission of their timesheets for payroll processingOversee weekly Intern Leaders’ meetingsBuild strong relationships and rapport with the teen interns, to create a positive work experienceAdvocate for and support interns so they may reach their full potentialEducation and Experience Required1-2 years of experience working with teens or youth-serving organizations, especially in a virtual environmentExperience working with underrepresented youthExperience designing and implementing systems and processes is a plusProficient in Microsoft Suite, Google Suite, and AsanaGood communication and interpersonal skillsAbility to easily multi-task and transition smoothly between assignmentsResilient, hardworking, and team-orientedWell versed in multicultural teamwork and comfortable working within an inclusive and diverse virtual group of internsAble to be flexible and adapt to a fast-changing environmentWorking EnvironmentThis is a contract to perm, full time, and virtual position. Our staff is located throughout the country and connects virtually daily. This is a pilot program with evolving processes and requires a creative, collaborative, task oriented, and highly capable team to execute. The intensity of effort for the program is the highest during the summer. Therefore, team members must feel comfortable working through high-stress phases.Ed Inquiry serves a very diverse student population, and we take pride in our diverse staff and inclusive environment, so we strongly encourage anyone from a diverse background to apply.About Ed InquiryEd Inquiry is a 21st century, multicultural, education research company focused on the transformation of schools, especially those serving lower income communities. Our research-based, multicultural approach is supported by world class recognized innovators in education, analytics, technology, and business redesign. The foundation of our approach is research based, data driven and analytical. We analyze all streams of school and district data to uncover opportunities for student growth or identify challenges to academic attainment. Our approach aligns best practices found within education with techniques and methods successfully used in the private sector supported by 21st century communication strategies.Ed Inquiry, LLC is an Equal Opportunity Employer Committed to providing a diverse and inclusive academic environment for its students, instructors, and staff.