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KODE WITH KLOSSY
CAMPUS WORKSHOPS

Bring camp magic to your community! 

Campus Workshops are an opportunity for alumni to bring Kode With Klossy learning to their own communities.

Through a series of interactive, virtual workshops led by Kode With Klossy alumni Facilitators, scholars will learn HTML and CSS and explore the world of tech.

 

Facilitators are alumni that are passionate about teaching, mentoring and empowering those around them. They are responsible for recruiting a cohort of scholars for the program, fostering a supportive environment, and leading each workshop.

Scholars will learn new concepts and skills through a series of instructional videos and activities created by the Kode With Klossy team. Facilitators will reinforce the learning by debugging code, reviewing tricky concepts, and leading community-building exercises.

Workshops are completely free for all participants. Access to technology is not required for participation (and neither is prior computer science experience!)

 

Throughout the experience, scholars will build and design a fully functioning website that showcases their personal passions, creativity, and innovation. 

Facilitator applications are now closed.
 

If you applied to the role, you can expect to hear back the week of October 25th. Please reach out to campus@kodewithklossy.com with any questions. 

Training for facilitators will be held on October 30th and November 14th from 2 - 4 PM ET. 

Watch the info session to learn more! 
  • Who is eligible?
    Please see the job description in the link above for job requirements.
  • Will I be compensated?
    A per camp stipend is provided to all instructors.
  • Do I need experience to apply?
    In order to work as an instructor assistant at a Kode With Klossy camp, you will need to have the coding skills and experience necessary to help others achieve. That said, pre-camp training will be provided. The application will ask more about your existing skills and experiences.
  • What cities will you be in this year?
    An initial list of our 2020 summer camps cities has been released: New York, St Louis, San Francisco, Atlanta, Portland, Washington DC, Austin, Denver, Dallas, Seattle, Chicago, Detroit, Boston, Raleigh, Los Angeles, Miami, Philadelphia, Columbus, Providence, Memphis and Nashville. Additional cities will be announced by March 2nd at the latest.
  • What language will you be teaching?
    Camps include two custom curriculum modules: Web Applications (focused on building web-based software with JavaScript, HTML and CSS) and Mobile Applications Development (with Apple's Swift).
  • How will instructors be selected?
    Instructors are selected based on an application and interview. The most important qualities we are looking for are mission-alignment, leadership, flexibility, equity-mindedness, dependability, and collaboration.
  • Who should apply as a returning instructor?
    If you have been a Kode With Klossy instructor in the past, apply using the ‘Returning Instructor’ application. Others should apply using the ‘New Instructor’ application.
  • When will I find out if I've been selected?
    Instructor applicants will be notified by the end of January if they have been selected for an interview. Applicants will receive a final decision notification in February if they have been selected to work as an instructor at Kode With Klossy. Due to the number of applicants, we cannot give individualized feedback on applications.
  • What commitment do I need to make to camps?
    It is expected that you are able to work for the full two weeks (10 days) of your camp. We will ask for your summer availability as part of your application. It is also expected that you attend an in-person training in the late Spring in advance of your camp.
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