Teaching Tech: Tech in Residence Corps with CUNY
Join the Tech Talent Pipeline, NYC’s city-industry tech workforce partnership, and learn about how you can teach courses as a CS adjunct.
Join the Tech Talent Pipeline, NYC’s city-industry tech workforce partnership and learn about how you can help create more just, equitable pipelines to careers in tech by teaching a computer science course at the City University of New York (CUNY).
Launched in 2017, the Tech in Residence Corps is a one of a kind program that equips college students with the in-demand skills they need to enter the workforce. Co-designed by industry and academia, the program aims to infuse real-world experience and skills, taught by today’s top tech leaders, into tech degree programs. Tech in Residence Corps members are equipped with training and support to teach the next generation of NYC students.
Instructors must have a bachelor’s degree and computer science background, be currently employed in the tech industry, and have a passion for teaching. Topics in demand are: software engineering, data science, web development, cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, cloud computing, mobile development, and blockchain. This is a paid opportunity and qualified individuals will be invited to speed interviews and matched with individual colleges.
Learn more here and join us October 6th to see how you can help grow a more inclusive tech ecosystem!
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