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PROGRAM CURATOR, Solve, to conceptualize, plan, and execute on the content of Solve's main year-round events which convene hundreds of social impact leaders. This includes the annual flagship, virtual, and in-person events: Solve Challenge Finals (pitch event), Solve at MIT (major convening on MIT campus), Indigenous Communities Summit (with and for Indigenous peoples in the U.S.), Solv[ED] Solutions event (targeting young people 24 years and under), and possibly other events throughout the year. Will ensure timely, engaging, and relevant programming for in-person and virtual experiences; and contribute to Solve's overall event strategy and vision and develop event content and production. This role offers a unique opportunity to highlight Solve's work, the incredible Solver teams it support, and the partnerships it creates within and outside the Solve community to drive innovation to solve world challenges.
Solve, an MIT initiative, is a marketplace for social impact innovation. Through open innovation Challenges, Solve finds tech-based social entrepreneurs around the world and brings together MIT's innovation ecosystem and a community of members to fund and support these entrepreneurs to help them drive lasting, transformational impact.
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Job Requirements REQUIRED: bachelor's degree; three years' experience, including at least two working in content production; experience managing global event content and working with high-level speakers, preferably related to international affairs, social impact, and related topics; a portfolio of writing samples that demonstrates relevant interest areas and a proven writing skillset; excellent communication and organizational skills; and ability to develop effective relationships with colleagues and partners and expertly drive collaborations to meet Solve's mission goals. Job #20535-7
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