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Durham – Audacity Labs – 2 Positions

Audacity Labs is hiring for two short-term positions!!
1)Graphic Designer/ Media Consultant: we need someone to work with the 3 student teams to do mockups/pitch decks for their final pitches and create a 10 min conclusive video for the program presented on May 2. Pays $300 for the month of April. DEADLINE IS APRIL 6.

2)R&D Summer Intern: Next fall, we will be incorporating our curriculum as an elective for high schools in addition to the after-school project-based work. From late May to July, we need someone to review all of our curriculum, consolidate and optimize for an entire semester course, and create methods of assessment and scaling. The pay will be provided in a $1500 stipend and we will allow mobile work. DEADLINE IS APRIL 11

If interested in either, please reach out and email your resume with the position you are applying for as the subject:

Durham – InHerSight – Customer Success Manager

Customer Success Manager
Hello! We’re InHerSight.
Do your friends commend you for your cheery disposition and fabulous listening skills? Is every day a good day when you get to help others?
We’re looking for a Customer Success Manager to be the key link between InHerSight and our customers. You’ll be our eyes and ears into the marketplace, allowing us to evolve our offerings and provide our customers with the products they most want from us — helping us create customers for life.
The ideal candidate cares about helping women realize their potential at work and believes that a key way to help women succeed professionally is to help their employers know how to serve them best. She/he should love interacting with customers via email and by phone, and get charged from making connections based on customer feedback that allows InHerSight to excel in the sales arena. We’re a dynamic, entrepreneurial team that runs lean and works best with self-starters who are committed to their work product and have high energy.
This position is based at our headquarters in Durham, NC.
  • Be the first point of contact for new customers joining the InHerSight and help onboard them to the platform
  • Regularly check in with customers about how we are meeting their needs and whether there are areas for possible improvement
  • Serve as the customer’s advocate and communicate their needs, goals, and concerns to the product and marketing teams
  • Build ongoing relationships with our customers, tracking and being aware of their individual needs and experiences on an account-by-account basis
  • Identify opportunities to offer additional, upsell services to customers via your understanding those customers’ needs
  • Deal with customer complaints by listening to the customer’s experience, remembering your role as client advocate, and then finding the best resolution
  • Reach out to churned customers to gain an understanding of why they left, try to bring them back, and share feedback with the product and marketing teams
  • Partner with senior leadership to develop large company leads that have larger revenue potential
  • Keep customers in the loop on changes to the product they’re using, new features, and new products that are potentially complementary, as well as how their requests are being addressed
  • Sincere interest in our customers and their experiences with us
  • Strong listening and problem solving skills
  • Patient, respectful, and kind demeanor
  • Ability to plan ahead and stay on track while juggling multiple projects
  • Strong email, phone, and computer capabilities
  • Fantastic written and verbal communication skills

Education / Job Knowledge

  • BA or BS Degree. Equivalent experience may substitute
  • Exposure/experience in a sales or customer support role (preferably in the HR sales or customer support field) a plus
  • Knowledge and experience using CRM or at least spreadsheets for CRM management
About InHerSight
InHerSight is dedicated to making the workplace better for women. Since 2014, we’ve been building tools that help women find what they want and improve what they get through anonymous company ratings, job matching, and more. We also help companies understand how to better attract and retain women through with recruiting and analytics tools.
We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.
Send an email indicating your interest and a resume to

Duke – Innovation Co-Lab – Roots/Training Program

The Innovation Co-Lab is offering a variety of workshop opportunities this semester, which are free and open to all Duke students, faculty, and staff.  Topics include web design, web programming, 3d modeling, scanning, and printing, electronics, and more. We have announced the first half of the semesters’ classes on our website (and they are filling up quickly), and will continue to roll them out more throughout the semester.  Full details at

Selection of upcoming classes (full list online):



Questions?  Feel free to reach out to

Duke – Duke Performances – Internship

Deadline for both opportunities: Friday, September 7th

Seeking exceptional candidates for the 2018/19 academic year.

Arts Administration Internship

Internship opportunity for students interested in arts administration and helping to produce Duke Performances’ 2018/19 season.


Camille A. Brown Internship in Community Engagement & Social Entrepreneurship

Internship opportunity with focus on supporting Duke Performances’ Camille A. Brown trilogy residency.

Seeking students with an interest in dance, community engagement, social entrepreneurship, service learning, documentation, and/or evaluation.


Duke – ACCelerate: Creativity &amp – Innovation Festival 2019

Duke I&E is scouting for innovative projects and performances at the nexus of science, engineering, arts and design to send to the ACCelerate: Creativity and Innovation Festival 2019 in Washington, DC , April 5-7, 2019.

If selected, we will be flying you and your team to Washington, DC for the opportunity to showcase your idea/invention/project/performance to an audience of 30,000+ visitors to the National Museum of American History.


Submission deadline for projects is August 1, 2018.  More detailed information from Monika Hirschbichler, Duke I&E Director of Programming and Engagement, on Accelerate and the benefits of participating in this high-profile event are below.


If interested, please e-mail Monika Hirschbichler at


About ACCelerate

The ACCelerate festival is a celebration of creative exploration and research happening at the nexus of science, engineering, arts and design (SEAD). Each ACC member university selects between one and three projects and performances to be shown during the 2-day festival at the Smithsonian Museum of American History.

 What to expect if you decide to participate in the 2019 ACCelerate: ACC Smithsonian Creativity and Innovation Festival: 

  • Airline tickets to Washington, DC
  • Hotel, food & transport costs
  • Financial support for production and transport of displays, informational graphics, AV equipment, etc.
  • The chance to showcase your project to 30,000+ visitors in one of the most important museums in the nation’s capital
  • Awesome PR & media exposure for your endeavor
  • Lots of fun mingling with fellow innovators, inventors and artists from all fifteen ACC member universities

Each team will be responsible to develop the project idea and content and for translating the concept into an engaging and informative display based on the parameters provided. Naturally, I will be there every step of the way to support you in any way I can to realize your ideas. It is also understood that some details listed in your application will change or have to be refined as the project takes shape.

Projects can be presented via visual and informational displays, but prototypes and demonstrations are highly encouraged. For past projects, please consult the festival website:

Proposals will be submitted to the Steering Committee by August 01, 2018 for review. After reviewing all proposals, the committee will meet in Washington, DC, on September 14 to select the final candidates. Depending on team size, we aim to send 2-3 teams to represent Duke at the festival.


August 01, 2018 – final proposal completed & sent for review to Steering Committee

September 14, 2018 – Steering Committee Meeting in Washington, DC

September 15, 2018 – Notify selected teams

April 4, 2019 – Travel (flight) RDU to Washington DC

April 4, 2019 – Set-up at Smithsonian Museum of American History

April 5-7, 2019 – ACCelerate Festival

April 7, 2019 – Take-down at Smithsonian Museum of American History

April 8, 2019 – Travel (flight) to RDU

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