All posts by Mirria Martin

Celebrate Summer 2017

Dear Friends,

Thanks to the support of a host of great sponsors, partners and instructors – we enjoyed yet another incredible summer:

This summer, we developed a Cyber Security curriculum for the High School Coding Camp program in partnership with Franklin University; rolled out a new Techie Camp topic – 3D Printing; and, thanks to so many new partners in Ohio, Georgia, Rhode Island and New Jersey, we served nearly 1,400 students in just 10 weeks!

I am also extremely proud to report that nearly 10% of our Instructors were former TECH CORPS students. These brilliant young people are pursuing technology-related degrees and they are all great examples of the impact of the work we do.

You can download the report below, or watch our Summer 2017 video above. I hope you will join us in celebrating the accomplishments of our students and our ongoing commitment to bringing high-quality computer science learning experiences to all students.

Thank you,
Lisa Chambers
National Executive Director

Summer Report Final

Calling all Technology Superheroes!

Your Mission: Join our #CS4All movement to educate, excite and empower students with technology.

Use your technology super powers for good and join us as we work to inspire our future technology innovators and leaders.  TECH CORPS is part-time Instructors throughout the year to assist with the implementation of its signature programs, including Computing Career Corps, High School Coding Camp, Student TECH CORPS, Student WEB CORPS, Techie Camp, and Techie Club. Each program session is comprised of up to 25 students and is led by two TECH CORPS Instructors.

TECH CORPS implements programs through partnerships with universities, school districts and nonprofit organizations in Central and Northeast Ohio as well as in Georgia, New Jersey and Rhode Island. TECH CORPS will also expand its reach into California and Colorado beginning Summer 2018.

The Opportunity:  TECH CORPS Program Instructors
Instructors are given the training, content and guidance to coordinate and implement all day-to-day aspects of each program. Instructors earn $20/hour.

Ideal candidates include CS or Engineering undergrad/graduate students, CS Teachers and CS or Engineering Professionals.

Interviews are being scheduled now – apply today!  For more information and to apply, visit techcorps.org/careers

Join us as we work to prepare the next generation of technology leaders!