Girls Who Code is hiring teaching assistants for their pilot summer programs at the University of Minnesota. Computer science majors are encouraged to apply.
Inspire young women!
Girls Who Code is seeking enthusiastic instructors for its 2017 pilot campus program, a new two-week introductory computer science program for high school girls.
Girls Who Code Campus Programs
Monday-Friday, June 19-30 and July 10-21
9 a.m.-4 p.m.
University of Minnesota, East Bank
The program is designed to incite a real passion for computer science in girls, build their awareness of careers in technology, and inspire them to join a supportive sisterhood of girls who code across the U.S. Each program needs two teaching assistants. Teaching assistants must be declared or intended B.A. or B.S. in computer science, or in education or related field by the start of the program.
Apply for a TA position.
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