|This role is:||Part-time|
|Job Type:||Volunteer (work from remote)|
We are a student run, non-profit organization dedicated towards teaching young kids (5-15 years old) coding and AI. We offer free classes around STEM topics to underrepresented and low income families. We like to think that our organization is unique due to its TeensTeachKids program that trains students to become skilled teachers. Through this training course, teachers develop learning responsibility, patience, skills in communication, and leadership. For more information, please visit our website at www.aigolearning.org.
About This Job
We are currently seeking motivated college, high school, and middle school students (parents too!) under the role of AiGoLearning Ambassador; we want to spread our mission – to bring the power of education to everyone through computer science, especially for underprivileged and underrepresented people in STEM. For more information about our STEM for All program, please visit: https://aigolearning.org/stemforall/.
With your help, we can reach communities in need that we may not be able to reach. We can provide valuable coding experience to more students who are capable of reaching more than they think they can.
Everyone is welcome! We are looking for students with the willingness to try new things. You will have opportunities to learn marketing/sales skills such as communications and networking, ability to interact, negotiate, and follow up. Our training and support team will guide you along the journey! We do prioritize those who share our mission and are willing to be committed to the cause.
- Look for any opportunities to increase AiGoLearning’s branding and awareness.
- Actively pursue connections with schools/communities/organizations/companies or individuals through personal contact, emails, phone calls, events, social media and more.
- Collaborate and work with other members in AiGoLearning as a team
If this sounds interesting to you, You can also sign up at our website. Feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 201-238-5309 if you have any questions or suggestions.