STEM Instructor Internship
SciTech2U is seeking talented and dynamic individuals who have an interest in teaching STEM subjects to children. This is an excellent opportunity to jumpstart a career in STEM teaching and learn from highly skilled lead instructors and is ideal for college students.
- Minimum of 60 credit hours toward a degree, required
- At least 15 credit hours of courses in STEM subjects (engineering, sciences, biology, chemistry, mathematics, robotics, architecture, coding, technology, gaming, etc.) required
- Have experience or interest in teaching STEM subjects highly desirable
- Dependable, punctual and responsible individual with high energy and a child-friendly personality
- Ability to work independently in a classroom setting to confidently manage children from diverse backgrounds
- Availability to be flexible to work weekdays, after-school and/or during evenings
- Experience working with children in an education or camp environment is highly desirable, but not required
- Perform administrative and team-based activities as needed
- Help children build critical thinking and problem solving skills
- Participate in periodic training and staff meetings, as required
- Instruct and monitor students in the use of STEM learning materials and equipment
- Perform instruction STEM activities, maintaining student-to-teacher ratio of 10:1, and performing mathematics tutoring to groups (3-4 students) and one-on-one tutoring.
- Maintain a classroom climate that is nurturing, welcoming, and supports a positive learning environment
- Willingness to work in face-to-face and/or virtual environments
- Must agree to and pass a background check, paid for by SciTech2u
- Copy of unofficial college transcript
- Availability to work during afterschool hours (3:00 pm – 5:00 pm), Monday through Friday (two - three days/week) during academic school year, September-June, and summer session (8:30 am – 3:30 pm), Monday through Friday over the course of four weeks in July. Hours are subject to negotiation and candidate’s availability.