4-H Computer Science Pathway Mentor or Promotor


Cause Areas


It's flexible! We'll work with your schedule.


1553 Berger Dr.Bldg.1San JoseSan Jose, CA 95112
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Time commitment
Approximately 12-20 hours distributed across the summer of a semester.

Responsible to
Santa Clara County 4-H Youth Development Program Representative.

Work with and mentor teen leaders to plan and teach computer science lessons to 4-H youth, potentially ranging in age from 9-19.

A variety of content is available, from CS Unplugged, CS First (Scratch), and more. We have 20 Chromebooks and 20 Google Cardboard units (with phones) available to use.

Specific tasks

Complete a six hours training in Computer Science (CS) (3 hours online and 3 hours in-person training) or attend the April 7 th training.

Determine a project meeting schedule with at least 6 total hours of content.

Work with teen leaders in a youth-adult partnership. Provide coaching to students, facilitate the reflection process, and establish mutual learning relationships with youth.

Communicate with 4-H YDP Representative on a weekly basis.

Implement pre and post-surveys with students at predetermined dates and submit surveys to 4-H YDP Representative.

Come prepared to the weekly CS Pathway sessions.

Desire and ability to work with youth, provide feedback, encouragement, and mentoring.

Ability to commit approximately equal time to planning/preparation and lesson facilitation, roughly 12-20 hours total.



  • Basic Computer Skills
  • Math / Science Instruction
  • STEM
  • Youth Services
  • Community Outreach

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Requirements & Commitment

  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • 12 to 20 hours per project or activity
  • Desire and ability to work with youth, provide feedback, encouragement, and mentoring

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