Intern-Computer Technology-Teacher Aide Oppty 2Better-World

internship - , paid

Techie Youth
New York, NY
Closed
Posted 55 Days ago
Techie Youth
New York, NY
internship - , paid
Posted 55 Days ago
Closed

Description

Intern-Computer Technology-Teacher Aide Oppty 2Better-World Techie Youth - New York, NY5.0 InternshipEstimated: $23,000 - $31,000 a year Save Skills * Classroom Experience Come work as an intern at Techie Youth, a non-profit charity of NYC that helps foster-kids (children who have been removed from abusive/neglectful parents/homes) who are approaching the age-of-emancipation (18-21) and at-risk youth. We train them in computer-technology and then help them begin a career in the IT-sector. Statistically, without Techie Youth, most of these kids will become homeless or incarcerated - in NYC 80% of homeless people were previously in foster-care. We operate in collaboration with the City of NY and several tech-companies including Microsoft. Send to:hr {-at-} techieyouth.org Duties of your role as Tech-Focused Teacher's Aide include: * helping/guiding students in the Techie Youth classroom as needed (under the guidance of our experienced teaching-staff) * being an additional set-of-eyes in the classroom to ensure that ALL students remain engaged throughout the class time * answering student questions Perks:- Intense hands-on experience working in a very-large classroom of underprivileged youth, over a short 6-week summer semester.- Performing a huge life-saving good deed for the kids in our program- As a respected 501(c)3 registered charity of NYC, we will accommodate all (legitimately-earned) requests for you to gain school credit, letters of recommendation, positive employment referrals, etc.- You will likely learn new tech-skills too, as our curriculum is highly-accelerated to provide full A-to-Z technology career-training- Upon completion of the internship, you will have the option to be strongly-considered for future paid teaching role openings at Techie Youth This role requires commitment to attend our full NYC-based 6-week-semester running 25-hours/week, Mon-Fri during July-August. You may select from two shifts, 8am-1pm or 1pm to 6pm, or choose to work both shifts (this would be a huge perk for us, but is not a requirement for being selected as an intern.) Required:Must have a core understanding of IT and computer-technology hands-on; you can be self-taught, a comp-sci major or just someone with a passion/knack for tech.Coherent verbal demeanor and good patience to guide young-adultsDedication and commitment to this role - our team is very passionate about this initiative and we want to ensure all other participants are as well. A Huge Plus if you can do basic system management and maintenance on the laptops used in the classroom This unpaid-volunteer role is in our beautiful Techie Youth classroom, conveniently located in Long Island City a block from Queens Blvd, right near the Queens Plaza & Queensboro Plaza subway stations, Queensboro Bridge and the last exit of the LIE. For consideration, please send:- a link to your resume and/or LinkedIn page- your preferred working hours - Mon through Fri - can you do mornings 8am-1pm, afternoons 1pm to 6pm, or are you open to do either one? Or both, 8am to 6pm? Send to:hr {-at-} techieyouth.org We need to fill several openings for this role (plz tell your friends!) Classes begin on July 8, 2019 - so please apply today without delay This role is open to students in college or graduate school, or those who have recently graduated, are age 18 or older, and who do not have any criminal-history that would disqualify them from teaching youth. A background check may be required. More infor about us: "Most people don't succeed in life - not because they aim too high and miss, but because they aim too low and hit!" -Les Brown Techie Youth ( http://www.TechieYouth.org ) has figured out how to substantially-reduce homelessness nationwide and needs your help in following through with our plans - what other role can offer you a direct concrete opportunity for you to better the world at a grand-scale? :) Save

Skills

microsoft word, teaching, training, can, arduino, python, programming, assembly language, matlab, labview, cadence virtuoso, java, pspice, vhdl, modelsim

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