Code/Art is a non-profit to increase the number of girls studying computer science by delighting and inspiring them with the creative possibilities of computer programming. Code/Art runs CodeHER clubs and community workshops where students in 6-8th grade learn how to write computer programs that generate art. Code/Art also hold events to highlight the need for more gender and racial diversity in Computer Science. We’re offering an internship for the full school year.
Lead weekly coding sessions in a class of ~15 students at Key Biscayne K-8 Center (grades 6-8). Students will be learning Scratch, HTML and CSS. You will be provided with a syllabus and links to all curriculum ahead of time. There will be a Teaching Assistant assigned to your class and a School Teacher Supervisor. You will be given a Code/Art t-shirt to wear each class and keep after the internship. This is a great opportunity to build your resume and meet CodeArt’s corporate sponsors!
This is a paid internship ($50 per session)
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· Attend online training session and review training material before program start date.
· Review each month's lesson ahead of time so you are confident in giving the lesson.
· Make sure that attendance is taken each session, that scores for pre- and post-tests are recorded, and all completed assignments are recorded.
· Communicate any questions or concerns to Code/Art's Program Coordinator.
· Sessions are on the following days: Wednesdays from 1:50 to 3:30pm.
· Majoring or minoring in Computer Science or a related field
· Experience with Scratch, HTML and CSS
· Experience working with middle schoolers or high schoolers a plus
· Pass a background check
· Register and receive clearance as volunteer with M-DCPS.
· Ensure to be authorized to work in the United States