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EVENT VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
SUMMER IMMERSION VOLUNTEER
DATE: JUNE 8 – JULY 31
Help our Geniuses develop their ideas into a full functioning app. We’re looking for individuals with experience in wireframing and creating apps with our students during our Intensive Immersion Program this summer.
DART & FLUTTER APP CREATION
- 6 weeks, 1 hour per week
- Directly support students in our Immersion Program
- Dart/Flutter developer background preferred
END OF SUMMER CELEBRATION VOLUNTEER
Support one of our most inspiring events of the year! Join us at our 8th Annual End of Summer Celebration and support our team in welcoming families, community partners, and special guests as we highlight our OAK7, OAK8, RICH3 and RICH4 Intensive Immersion cohorts and Hidden Genius Alumni. This is a great opportunity for you to meet our Geniuses, see their tech projects in action, hear their business pitches, and learn about what inspired their work.
BROTHERS CODE VOLUNTEER
Help us introduce youth of color to tech and computer science opportunities. At Brothers Code, we will need general and technical volunteers to help with event set-up, people movement, food set-up and distribution, registration, and basic support of the program participants. We also need volunteers to support the implementation of the youth and adult program sessions, which include technical skills activities, entrepreneurship projects, and exploration of career pathways.
SPECIALIZED VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
Virtual Mathematics Tutoring
Support our students with online tutoring on various math subjects, ie; Algebra, Geometry, Pre-cal, Calculus. Activities might include reviewing homework assignments, coaching, and providing encouraging feedback via videoconference.
AR Graphic Designer
Experts with Augmented Reality technical skills to help Communications staff design and implement an interactive experience with motion graphics to organizational collateral and projects.
As-needed on a project basis
Program Site Visit
Volunteers may visit the classroom during programming to speak with students about their role and function within the technology sector, and share their personal experiences in pursuing educational and career growth.
Single Day: Minimum one hour
One-time Program Support
Support Student skill development. Volunteers may attend a short-term (single-day or weekend) program or single day of intensive classroom programming. Skill areas include technical (e.g. programming, user interface design, market research, etc.); leadership (e.g. public speaking, time management, healthy decision making, etc.), and business development–among other topics.
Single or multiple days
Ongoing Virtual Support
Volunteers unable to support programming in person may make themselves available to counsel and/or review student work remotely. Activities might include troubleshooting student code, reading writing assignments, and providing feedback via videoconference.
Ongoing / as-needed
Volunteers might apply their relevant skills to support key administrative tasks, such as template/web design, external communications support, or other background functions.
As-needed on a project basis
Professionals with relevant technical skills and an interest in supporting the program more closely may work with program staff to develop appropriate technical curriculum for short-term activities.
Multiple meetings / as-needed
Ongoing Classroom Support
Individuals might volunteer with the intensive program on a regular schedule and/or assist with specific curriculum units.
Investment Partnership / Advocacy
Volunteers might advocate within their companies to support investments in The Hidden Genius Project. As the program seeks to scale its impact and serve a greater number of young people in need, volunteers might interface with company stakeholders to pursue large-scale contributions, product donations, or volunteer compensation programs, such as “dollars for doers.”