Job Posting: Summer IT - On Ramp Instructor

JOB POSTING: Summer "IT On Ramp" Instructor

Summer "IT On Ramp” Program Overview
Summer “IT On Ramp” is a two-week program that introduces students to a variety of in-demand occupations in the field of technology including computer programming, software engineering and app development. Students will gain a solid understanding of the inner workings of technology and also use their newly acquired skills and creativity to develop artifacts. Each camp has two (2) instructors and up to 20 students.

Position:     Instructor, Part-Time, Temporary
Wage:     $20-$25 per hour (amount varies based on location and program funder)
Dates/Time:     Summer “IT On Ramp” programs are offered between June 4 - August 17, 2018
Techie Camps run Monday – Friday typically from 9:00am to 4:00pm (Instructors arrive at 8:00am and
stay no later than 5:00pm).
Locations:     Summer “IT On Ramp” is offered via partnerships with K-12 schools and nonprofit organizations in Central and Northeast Ohio.


  • Programming (C++, C#, Java, Python)
  • Web Design & Development (JavaScript, HTML5, CSS3) and Content Management Systems
  • Graphic Arts and 2D or 3D Video Game Design
  • Must have experience with industry standard and open source software, including image, audio, video manipulation, web authoring and programming environments.
  • Computer Science or Engineering degree preferred but not required.
  • Possess basic knowledge and/or have experience leading, coaching or teaching groups.
  • Excellent communication and presentation skills.
  • Previous experience working with diverse populations and/or urban teenagers a plus.

The Summer “IT On Ramp” Instructor will be responsible for coordinating and implementing all day-to-day aspects of the camp, including but not limited to:

  • Attend training session prior to program start date
  • Familiarize and become an expert on Summer “IT On Ramp” tools (software & hardware)
  • Review lessons/activities prior to camp and have full understanding of the curriculum in relation to students
  • Have the ability to explain complex ideas to students in a language they can relate to and understand
  • Create a safe classroom environment conducive to cooperative and hands-on learning
  • Record camp through photos and videos, which need to be uploaded to Drobox
  • Assist students with the successful completion of lessons/activities and evaluation
  • Provide feedback on the students’ experience with the overall program
  • Provide TECH CORPS staff with all program and evaluation data as requested
  • Perform other duties as needed for the successful implementation of the program

For additional details or to apply visit:
For more information, please contact: Carla @ 614-583-9211