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Fiske Planetarium

(Paid, P/T)

Fiske Planetarium is currently accepting applications for student positions for Presenters, Navigators, Office Assistants, and Production Assistants. Apply here by Sunday, April 9th at 11:59 pm. If you require additional time for any reason, then please email us. You must be a CU student to apply. The start dates for these positions are flexible, but nominally by May 15th and would continue for a year minimum. You can find the full job descriptions here by logging into your email account:

·        Presenter

·        Navigator

·        Office Assistant

·        Production Assistant

Fiske is a flexible student job that can last your entire career at CU Boulder. It is common for employees to learn the skills associated with multiple roles, and/or to apply themselves to projects of varying sizes. Reach out to Briana Ingermann with any questions -->

Posted on 04/04/2023

Creative Communities Group

Fabrication Assistant (Paid, P/T)

The Creative Communities Group at CU Info Sci is looking for a short-term project open to a grad or undergrad student. You’d be fabricating a set of workshop materials for the Circuit Playground Express microcontroller using a predetermined design. The work will take place the week after Spring Break, April 3-7. All materials will be provided and there will be explicit instructions given for the desired work. Work will be overseen by a PhD student. If you’re comfortable soldering, please apply! Time commitment is about 8 hours @ $15/hr. Apply by Friday 3/25! Questions? Contact Deanna

Posted on 03/23/2023


Video Producer (Paid, Summer Job)

The TeachEngineering Video Production team is a small group of students who produce educational videos that demonstrate how to perform hands-on STEM activities (with a focus on engineering) for K-12 teachers. These videos provide step-by-step design solutions to engineering challenges by problem solving and cycling through the design process. Successful team members must be independently driven, creative, innovative, and hard-working. This position is expected to work 30-40 hours a week during the summer with the potential to extend work into the semester. The ideal candidate has some experience filming and using editing software (we use Adobe Premiere), but training will be provided. Undergraduate students of all years are encouraged to apply. Apply to be a video producer today!  If there are any questions, students can contact us at or

Posted on 03/21/2023

CU Presents

Marketing Assistant (P/T, paid)

CU Presents, the marketing and publications office supporting the performing arts at CU Boulder, is seeking a year-round student Marketing Assistant beginning Spring Semester 2023. Duties include assisting CU Presents staff in managing and executing event promotion to support the Colorado Shakespeare Festival, CU College of Music, CU Department of Theatre & Dance and other CU Presents ticketed events. A successful applicant will be asked to commit to the position at least through Spring 2024, working up to 20 hours per week. Compensation is $17-$19 per hour and two complimentary tickets to most CU Presents shows. Read the full job description here.

Growing Gardens

Marketing & Development Intern (P/T; paid)

Join the Growing Gardens team to cultivate community through sustainable urban agriculture. The Marketing & Development Intern is a community ambassador for the organization via social media content curation and assisting with marketing campaigns, special events, and community outreach. This intern will gain insight into managing marketing activities across mediums for various programs and events and is relative to non-profit, social enterprise, and for-profit careers. This internship is fast-paced and requires hard work, focus, creativity, and care. The internship timeframe runs from 6/1 - 12/20 on the Boulder farm approx. 24 hours/week and receives both a stipend of $2,975 and course credit if applicable. Learn more and apply!

Space Environment Technologies

Full Stack Developer, Research Associate (P/T; paid)

This position is for a web development intern, including website maintenance and development. We’re looking for someone who is a strong communicator with strong time management skills, a team player, and creative problem solver. Students need to be proficient in html, css, and js, as well as having some familiarity with Wordpress. Strong communication and time management skills are also recommended. The internship is fully remote paid (typically $18/hr and about 10-20 hrs/wk. This can be extended into a full year internship after the summer. Start date would be around May 1st and through the summer or Aug 31st.  Email Kaiya Wahl at with subject line INTERNSHIP. You email should include why you’re interested, as well as some samples of your work.  Apply by 4/1/2023.  (As a side note, Kaiya is a CTD alum and knows all about ATLAS).

Posted on 3/9/2023

Couch Off-Road Engineering & DirtBox Overland

Video Production/Social Media Assistant (P/T; paid)

Couch Off-Road Engineering & DirtBox Overland and looking for an awesome CTD student to join their team! This position would be responsible for developing, coordinating, and posting content, particularly on Instagram, LinkedIn, TikTok, and Facebook. Ideal candidates will have experience shooting video, video editing, website editing, and search engineering optimization. If you’re passionate about social media (and cool off-road/overland stuff), have a creative eye and some design skills, and are interested in helping a small, family-run business, please apply! Ideally this position would start this spring and continue into the next year, or longer! For consideration, please send an email with subject “Social Media Position” to, detailing your qualifications and why you’re interested. Links to online content you’ve developed for social media would be helpful. Estimated 5-10 hrs./wk. @ $20-25/hr.  Apply by Fri 3/31!

Posted on 03/07/2023

Creative Technologist - Teacher


The Dawson School in Lafayette, CO is sharing a job opportunity for a Middle School Innovation and Technology Specialist that might be a great fit for a recent or soon-to-graduate ATLAS student.  The position includes teaching three middle school courses that revolve around getting students excited about exploring creativity and problem solving with technology. The position also includes a role as a technology advocate and support person for the rest of the middle school faculty. Finding someone comfortable with learning about a variety of new technologies and thinking creatively about how to apply those tools to a variety of subjects to support other teachers is also important.  The job was recently published and we are starting to review applications.  Direct any questions to Jeff Ellenbogen ( Jeff is a supporter of ATLAS and is friends with Zack Weaver.  He’d love to hire an ATLAS person!