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Lead Instructor - Python Classes

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  • 4 people are interested

Lead an online python programming class for elementary to middle school students. This role is the role of the main instructor, will be responsible for facilitating the TA's(teaching assistant) for this class as well.

  • Lead program events

  • In charge of helping create/update class curriculum

  • Must have knowledge of the respective subject(Python for this role)

  • Responsible for leading class discussions/lectures

  • Must demonstrate leadership skills and the ability to handle elementary/middle school students

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About Eager2Learn


138 Woodfern Dr, Toronto, Ontario M1K 2L5, CA

Mission Statement

Eager2Learn aims to provide students of all socio-economic levels exposure to STEM topics, such as robotics and engineering, in order to bridge the gap between low-income STEM involvement and give prospective students the learning they desire.


Eager2Learn started back in June 2019 by high school sophomore Parv Chordiya. Wanting to help expose low-income students to STEM topics, Eager2Learn partnered with The Boys and Girls Club. In partnership, Eager2Learn hosted Lego Robotics and Programming classes at two different Boys and Girls Club locations throughout the year. However, due to the COVID 19 school closure back in March 2020, these in-person classes were put on hold. During the summer, Eager2Learned transitioned to an online learning system ran by a group of high school volunteers. We are looking for more volunteers to run these online classes.

Children & Youth
Computers & Technology
Education & Literacy


We'll work with your schedule.


This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.


  • Computer Science


  • Teens


  • Must be at least 14
  • Will need to attend a training session. Have to plan and lead a 1 hour class per week. Will work with other volunteers and TA's to create curriculum and plan classes. Overall 1+ hours a week.
  • Volunteers must be currently in 8th grade or high school. We are not able to accommodate volunteers older than 17 years old at the moment due to liability issues. For this position, the applicant should be proficient in Python programming.

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