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Location:

Seattle, WA, USA

2019 FALL JOB OPPORTUNITIES

NOW HIRING!

Intern Assistant
Workshop Lead
IT Intern/Assistant Teacher

Work Responsibilities: Assist Program Director with scheduling, coordinating, recruiting, hosting, data entry, errands, etc.

 

Qualifications Needed: 18 years of age or older. High school diploma/GED preferred. Experienced communicator and team worker. Experience working independently. Experience working with youth. Ability to commit to a full program cycle. Driver’s license. Must pass criminal background check. Must provide 3 references.

 

Part-time: 20hrs paid training (one week), 8hrs/week for 14 weeks.

$20/hr

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Work Responsibilities: Lead the teaching team. Provide a fun, creative, safe, and welcoming environment for students to learn hands-on STEM. Lead our pre-existing STEM lesson plans for mobile and web development. Work with teaching teams to ensure students are individually supported to learn programming skill set. Must be willing to complete one-week paid training for STEM workshops and write final reports for workshop wrap up. Lead teacher must coordinate regularly with Program Director.

Qualifications Needed: High school diploma/GED & some college education. 2+ years experience working with youth. 2+ years experience with tutoring or instructing is preferred. Ability to commit to a full program cycle. Must pass criminal background check. Must provide 3 references.

Part-time: 20hrs paid training (one week), 5hrs/week for 10-week workshop, 8hr post-workshop wrap-up

$25/hr

Work Responsibilities - IT Intern: Transport and sets-up workshop computing workstations and internet connections. Maintains the integrity of all workshop computer workstations, internet

connectivity, associated software, and data storage. Troubleshoot training and workshop computing concerns. Conduct daily network backup operations.

Work Responsibilities - Assistant Teaching: Provide a fun, creative, safe, and welcoming environment for students to learn hands-on STEM. Lead our pre-existing STEM lesson plans for mobile and web development. Work with teaching teams to ensure students are individually supported to learn programming skill set. Must be willing to complete one-week paid training for STEM workshops and write final reports for workshop wrap up.

Qualifications Needed: IT related education preferred. 2+ years experience in computer networks and systems maintenance. 2+ years experience on current computing systems. Ability to communicate technical concepts effectively to workshop teachers. High school diploma/GED & some college

education preferred. Experience working with youth. Experience with tutoring or instructing is preferred. Driver’s license. Ability to commit to a full program cycle. Must pass criminal background check. Must provide 3 references.

Part-time: 28hrs paid training (one week), 6hrs/week for 10-week workshop.

$25/hr