Job: Teacher For Foster-Care/At-Risk Youth Computer-Technology Summer Program

Techie Youth is seeking an instructor for daily computer-technology classes starting immediately, teaching a summer program for classes of 25-30 foster-teens and at-risk youth in Bushwick, Brooklyn.Techie Youth is a non-profit charity that has garnered a lot of TV/media attention, so this is potentially a high-visibility opportunity. Full info about the program (along with TV-clips) are on their website:


  • Must be able to build a solid rapport with youth from challenging backgrounds
  • Must have sufficient computer-technology competency to be able to teach a course similar to A+ certification
  • You must be legally permitted to work and not have anything in your background that prevents you from teaching youth

For consideration, please send:

  • Your availability: how soon you can begin and what daily hours M-F are you available to work
  • The minimum hourly pay-rate that would make you happy and excited to come teach every day
  • Your LinkedIn and/or resume

Send to: HR at

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