Coding Corps

High schoolers: gain coding skills while earning SSL hours!

  • Develop coding skills with experienced educators
  • Teach elementary and middle school students
  • Participate in on and offsite events
  • Earn SSL hours for training and teaching

Join KID Museum’s Coding Corps, a group of high school students who have been trained to teach coding skills to elementary and middle school students. We’re looking for people who can bring enthusiasm and a variety of skills and experiences to the table. This is an opportunity to gain valuable coding and teaching skills, while earning SSL hours.

You’ll complete a week-long training session focusing on block coding and micro controller programming, and on our educational philosophy and teaching strategies. After completion of the training, Coding Corps members will assist KID Museum educators in facilitating camps, after school-programs, and other activities both on and offsite.

Interested in earning SSL hours at KID but not focusing on coding? Click here to learn more about our Apprentice program.

We will be accepting applications for the 2019-2020 school year in Spring 2019.

A 15-hour Training will be required for all participants.