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Looking for K-12 programming video creator for CuriouSTEM Non-Profit Organization

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CuriouSTEM Organization

  • A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
  • 4 people are interested

Are you interested in sharing your programming knowledge to empower K-12 underprivileged/underrepresented students?

All you have to do is create a series of short programming videos using a programming language of your choice like Python, Java, Html, or even scratch programming. Your video release schedule can be flexible as per your own schedule. You can send the videos weekly or monthly or a few videos at a time. It's totally up to you. Minimum 3 videos are required per month. Your videos will be published on our youtube channel and website for K-12 students.

If you are interested then please apply: https://www.curioustem.org/apply

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About CuriouSTEM Organization


Non Profit Organization, Richardson, TX 75082, US

Mission Statement

To impact the lives of underrepresented/underprivileged/minority children by igniting their passions for STEM. In a world where STEM is quickly becoming prevalent and necessary for both academic and professional endeavors, teaching students and providing them with a passion for STEM beyond their classroom knowledge is no longer an option but necessary. However, many communities, including refugee, economically disadvantaged, and underrepresented minority communities, do not have access to the resources to provide their children with education in STEM fields. We are committed to educating students in order to close the STEM opportunity gap.


CuriouSTEM journey began in the Summer of 2019 in order to provide underprivileged students equitable paths to success in science, math, and technology. We partnered with many Elementary schools in the Dallas Independent School District and the Richardson Independent School District to educate and help their students create science research projects. In 2020, we partnered with a refugee community with 40+ students and started a virtual Science Project initiative with volunteers around the country to guide students in 1-1 virtual workshops to help them research/experiment with their favorite science topics and create a project of their own.

Children & Youth
Computers & Technology
Education & Literacy


We'll work with your schedule.


This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.


  • Computer Science
  • Website Programming
  • Mobile Programming
  • Python


  • Kids
  • Teens
  • People 55+
  • Group


  • Driver's License Needed
  • Must be at least 15
  • <3-4 hours per month for 3 programming videos.
  • Any form of Govt Id is enough if you don't have a DL

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