Power Up Tech Academy Teaching Assistant Needed

This is a repost with contact information since it was accidentally cut off in the original. 

Details below about a teaching assistant opportunity from Power Up Tech:

Power Up Tech Academy has an opening for a teaching assistant on Mondays from 3:45-5:00pm. This is a paid position with opportunity for additional hours in the future, including summer.
To apply, you must be a current Junior or Senior, know Scratch very well, and have experience working with children (volunteer roles are acceptable). Please send your resume and a short letter outlining why you feel you would be a good candidate for this role, along with your Scratch username, to jobs@powerupta.com. Please make sure your Scratch projects are shared, so we can look at them. The role is available immediately and the position will be filled when a suitable candidate is found.

Bit Space Summer Internship

Bit Space is looking for a few interns for their Bit Space summer camps at both Lincoln Square and Whitney Young locations.  Interns must be 16 years old.

Details

  • Company:  Bit Space (Youth Maker Lab) http://www.bitspace.camp
  • Position:  Summer Camp Intern
  • Hours:  Mon-Fri 11:00-6:00 (or 10:00-5:00)
  • Dates:  June 26-August 25 (9 weeks)
  • Location:  Bit Space Lincoln Square (2541 W. Lawrence Ave.)  OR  Whitney Young HS (211 S. Laflin St. in the West Loop)
  • Description:  Assisting guides in our maker lab during summer camps.  Will be working with kids on projects, assisting with lunchtime and aftercare, and general workshop upkeep.
  • Wage:  $9 per hour
  • Requirements:  16 years old.  No experience necessary (but experience with tools/computers and/or working with children a plus)
  • Desired Qualities:  Responsible. High interest in making/designing/building. Enjoy working with children.
Interested candidates should  provide a resume, a short cover letter, and can contact:
Michael Hurley, General Manager
Bit Space
Phone:  (630) 881-2076 (cell)
Phone:  (773) 654-1691 (office)

ENTERpreneur Program Application for this summer is open

Every successful business leader begins as a student, and the most successful and current innovations begin with technology. Give yourself the opportunity this summer to learn how to start and build a tech company or how to leverage technology to grow a business. Do this all while developing leadership skills, unleashing creativity, and solving real-life problems. The world is at your fingertips – it’s time to create!

Join us this summer. Find out more details here.

Key Details:

  • Access to leading technology and business experts
  • Sessions will be held at 1871 for 4 weeks (June 20 to July 20: Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday 12-5pm, off the week of July 4th)
  • Open to ALL Chicagoland area high school students

The overall goal of ENTERpreneur is to give every participating student guidance and support that will encourage them to succeed in school, go to college, and become the country’s future business leaders. 

Apply now for Cohort 4 here.

Application Deadline: Friday June 2, 2017 at 11:59pm CST

Future Leaders of Chicago (FloChicago)

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floChicago is a leadership development program founded by a group of educators, principals, professionals, and civic leaders in partnership with the University of Chicago and the Chicago Community Trust. floChicago will select approximately 30 high school leaders from the Chicago area to participate in 1) a week-long leadership immersion residential program on campus at The University of Chicago from August 6 through August 12, 2017, and 2) meetings and retreats throughout the 2017-2018 school year. Students will have an opportunity to engage with some of Chicago’s most prominent leaders and participate in activities centered around civic engagement, leadership development, college preparation, and career exposure. The program is offered at no cost to participants.

For more information, please visit www.flochicago.org. The Application Page (www.flochicago.org/apply) contains the application as well as additional information about candidate criteria and frequently asked questions.

Feel free to contact info@flochicago.org if you have any questions, and feel free to forward this post widely to help spread the word.

Google Computer Science Summer Institute

* Must be a high school senior *

Kick start your university studies in computer science with an unforgettable summer program at Google. Google’s Computer Science Summer Institute (CSSI) is a three-week introduction to computer science for graduating high school seniors with a passion for technology — especially students from historically underrepresented groups in the field.

CSSI is not your average summer camp. It’s an intensive, interactive, hands-on and fun program that seeks to inspire the tech leaders and innovators of tomorrow by supporting the study of computer science, software engineering and other closely related subjects.

As CSSI students, you will learn programming fundamentals directly from Google engineers, get an inside look at some of Google’s most exciting, emerging technologies, and even design and develop your very own application with fellow participants that you will showcase to Googlers in local offices.

You’ll attend the program at one of our Google office locations and experience firsthand Google’s unique and innovative office culture.

Applications are currently open and the deadline to apply is Thursday, March 2, 2017 at 11:59 PM Pacific Standard Time. Please apply via this link.

CSSI partners with the Generation Google Scholarship that supports students becoming leaders in computer science. Students selected for the scholarship are required to attend CSSI. Check out the scholarship website to learn more.

Program Goals

  • To provide students with an interest in computer science an opportunity to learn what their future career might hold and inspire them to complete their work towards a technical degree.
  • To help students develop their technical skills, build confidence in their abilities and better prepare them for studying computer science or closely related fields.
  • To help participants begin building important personal networks and friendships with a diverse group of students who share their passion for technology and computer science.
  • To give students an inside look at Google’s unique environment, community and culture.

To learn more about Google’s computer science education efforts, visit g.co/csedu.

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