Thank you for your interest in ITEC! Below is a listing of the current opportunities. Please contact our Director of Operations, Alexandera Stevens, with questions regarding the positions listed at 517-708-4394 or via email at email@example.com.
Instructors for ITEC’s Techtronics programs will help 4th-8th grade students in the Lansing School District build 21st Century Learning Skills, such as critical thinking, creativity, and communication and collaboration. This will be accomplished through fun and exciting classes, such as Lego Robotics, Game Design, Web Design, and Mobile App Design. This is a tremendous opportunity to work with and build crucial learning skills in local youth, as well as gain practical teaching experience and develop teaching skills. This is a part-time, paid position requiring availability during after-school hours. # Link in context
2020 Girls is seeking enthusiastic young women to mentor local 4th-12th grade girls in science, technology, engineering, and math content (STEM). 2020 Girls instructors will work to empower young girls in STEM content through Lego Robotics, Game Design, Mobile App Design, and Scratch. This is a tremendous opportunity to work with and build crucial learning skills in local youth, as well as gain practical teaching experience and develop teaching skills. This is a part-time, paid position, requiring availability during after-school hours. # Link in context
Tutors in ITEC’s iMath program help 4th-6th grade students in the Lansing School District build crucial math skills. Traveling to local upper elementary schools to work with a single small group of students, tutors are expected both to improve their students’ understanding of math and build mentoring relationships over the course of the school year. This is an excellent opportunity to gain practical teaching experience while making a difference for local children. All tutors undergo paid training. This is a part-time position requiring availability during after-school hours. # Link in context
ITEC makes learning fun and relevant for Lansing youth and families! We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that works with students and families in the Capital Region to build knowledge, skills and excitement for coursework and careers in computer technology, engineering and math. Working with adults, high school students and middle school students, ITEC offers programs to increase educational performance and foster students’ confidence in their ability to compete professionally. ITEC’s vision is to enable Lansing area residents to acquire flexible, transferable technological skills that will allow them to participate in a fast-paced global economy. # Link in context