Platform Cooperativism Student Assistant (Federal Work Study)

The New School New York , NY 10007

Posted 3 months ago

The Platform Cooperativism Consortium and the Platform Co-op Development Kit seek a talented and organized projects coordinator to assist with an array of tasks. This student worker must qualify for Federal Work Study award. This position is a great way to learn more about platform cooperativism, the politics of digital culture, and the major players and organizations working to make a difference in these fields. The coordinator reports to the Assistant Director for the Platform Co-op Development Kit, and the Director of the Consortium.


  • Assist with various organizational tasks and administrative/office needs in coordination with the Assistant Director;

  • Conduct research projects, organize materials for online resource hubs, and coordinate other special projects as directed by Prof. Trebor Scholz

  • As needed, communicate and liaise with important external partners of the Kit and Consortium;

  • Participate in meetings or calls or events pertaining to the Platform Co-op Development Kit;

  • Other duties as assigned

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