We're looking for dedicated volunteers who can build interactive learning experiences for our learners.
Our Unix shell portion is using several open source frameworks to create an interactive experience with mobile users in mind: https://www.theprogrammingfoundation.org/unix-serial/blog-post-title-three-mw484
We're looking forward to implement similar experiences for our C, Python, and Binary sections. Learn more at https://www.theprogrammingfoundation.org/learn
Note: We'll be using WASM - WebAssembly to create robust interactive experiences. Please know that familiarity with WASM is not required.
Familiarity with Squarespace and other content management systems
Eagerness to learn in a fast paced environment
The Programming Foundation commits to spreading awareness and education on computer programming and operating systems so that everyone is involved, and no one is left behind while the world advances.
We're receiving a lot of applications for several volunteer opportunities at VolunteerMatch. We're extensively investing our limited technical resources to create dedicated emails and necessary accounts for new volunteers. We thank and respect our volunteers for their enormous contribution to help us grow. However, there are cases in which upon creating the dedicated emails, some of these candidates are becoming unresponsive.
We'll be terminating the newly created email if we don't receive a response from a candidate within 48 hours. This measure will help us accommodate and filter our growing number of volunteers in a sustainable manner.
Our mission is to encourage the next generation and generations to come to understand, use, and implement computer programming into their knowledge and their lives. Most students have some experience with drag and drop tools, but computer programming goes beyond the simplicity of drag and drop. With proper education in mind, The Programming Foundation focuses on education that is based on written instruction and concise documentation of examples and processes, as well as providing students with hands-on experience working together as a team by developing free and open source software projects to aid in global disaster relief and international humanitarian aid efforts for the public good.
The Programming Foundation commits to spreading awareness and education on computer programming and operating systems so that everyone is involved, and no one is left behind while the world advances. Through enhanced curriculum at the K-12 level, we can better prepare younger generations for the continued progress of technology and computer programming. Our goal is for the widespread adoption of new and enhanced curriculum on computer programming and operating systems and for this knowledge to become mainstream in the general population. Without adequate instruction and training on advanced procedures in computer programming and operating systems, our children and the rest of the community will fall far behind technology.
Computers & Technology
Education & Literacy
We'll work with your schedule.
This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.