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Computer Science Curriculum Development Intern

At Coder Kids we teach kids to code. We are a fast-growing startup seeking Computer Science Curriculum Development Interns looking to make a difference.

As a Curriculum Development Intern at Coder Kids you will be able to make real-world contributions to the growth and operations of our businesses every day. You will be able to build your computer science acumen by developing engaging courses for the next generation of computer science experts..

Curriculum Development Interns at Coder Kids Can Expect:
  • Ownership of projects instrumental to their team
  • Mentorship by seasoned professionals
  • Partnerships with our divisions to understand how curriculum is executed across multiple lines of business

In This Role You Will:
  • Develop new computer science courses for students grades K-12
  • Create job aids for Coder Kids tutors delivering our innovative curriculum
  • Map learning objectives to the Computer Science Teachers Association national standards for CS education
  • Track course success and brainstorm areas of improvement
  • Support the creation of marketing materials for new courses

Desired Ethos & Competencies
  • Integrity First
  • Strong sense of personal responsibility
  • Strong code of ethics
  • Pride in work product
  • Professional written communication skillsĀ 
  • Professional verbal communication skillsĀ 
  • Ability to maintain a high degree of organization and self-motivation
  • Detail-oriented with the ability to prioritize workload in a high volume, fast paced environment.
  • Strong desire to learn along with professional drive and the ability to take direction and absorb information quickly

A Huge Plus If You Have A
  • Working knowledge of Python, Java, Javascript, or Scratch
  • Working knowledge of Zoom, Google Docs
  • Experience developing activities and lesson plans for K-12 computer science education
  • Experience working with children in grades K-12