5 people are interested
Mentor for Teen Computer Science Leadership Team
ORGANIZATION: California 4-H Youth Development Program
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5 people are interested
Our team of five teens teaches computer science to kids. The teens are self-motivated, and adult volunteers do mentoring, with some logistical/administrative help, and generally pitch in wherever else seems helpful.
This team is part of the 4-H program in Santa Clara County. We do most of our coordination meetings virtually, and teach mostly in person. Most in-person meetings are in or near San Jose, CA. For the next year, we plan to do a regular schedule of teaching, in school programs and with a regular group of 4-H kids, probably once per month. Adult involvement is flexible, but mostly-regular attendance is really helpful. The teen leader role description should give you an idea of what the teens do; the role of adult volunteers is to support them in that role.
Teamwork and administrative skills are more important than computer science experience for this role.
Those who are interested are welcome to join the group for a few meetings and see if it is a good fit. Once committed, mentors will need to enroll as a 4-H volunteer, which includes a background check. You'll be volunteering alongside a current 4-H volunteer who can show you the ropes.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About California 4-H Youth Development Program
2801 2nd St, Davis, CA 95618, US
The University of California 4-H Youth Development Program engages youth in reaching their fullest potential while advancing the field of youth development.
The California 4-H youth development program is a part of the University of California Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources (UC ANR), a statewide network of the University of California. UC ANR researchers and educators are dedicated to the creation, development and application of knowledge in agricultural, natural and human resources.
Led by research-driven programming from UC ANR, 4-H is a youth development organization for youth ages 5-19 that promotes hands-on, experiential learning. Youth members and adult volunteers from all backgrounds and locations in California are welcome. Members have the opportunity to participate in the 4-H program through afterschool programs and clubs, in-school clubs, SPIN (Special Interest) clubs, community clubs, camps, events, conferences, and military partnership programs.
1553 Berger DriveSan Jose, CA 95112
May 13, 2022
- Computer Science
- Background Check
- Must be at least 19
- It is not a rigid schedule, but you can expect something like a 1-hour monthly teaching session, a 1-hour monthly meeting to plan that session, and a couple hours spread across each month for administrative stuff.