Course Mentors are a student's window into the world of software development and their strongest advocates along the way to getting there. In this role, your mission is to help the students become developers by answering questions, performing code review, and setting goals as part of a regular series of 1-3x weekly check-ins.
This is a great chance for you to make an impact in a student's life without needing to leave your engineering job (or your house). Check-ins are typically scheduled around working hours because the students often work as well and it is generally highly flexible.
As a course mentor, you also get the opportunity to connect with other great mentors and to speak to the full student group, allowing you to practice conference talks, discuss new projects or just impart wisdom on a broader scale.
Mentors are typically split between the front-end and back-end roles, though as a full-stack mentor you would be able to accompany a particular student through their entire journey.
- Check in with students virtually 1-3x per week to perform code review, answer questions and set goals.
- We provide curriculum support and training to help you with each check-in. You have access to our full curriculum so you can get up to speed on areas you aren't as strong or current in.
- Opportunity to meet other mentors, speak to the full student group, and get visibility for project work.
- This is a part-time, remote position.
- Excellent English communication skills.
- At least 5 years of professional development experience as part of an engineering team.
- Strong grounding in CS fundamentals like Data Structures and Algorithms.
Back end mentor:
Front end mentor:
- Full stack mentor combines both of the above.
How to ApplyEmail email@example.com with:
- Your CV and a brief description of why you're a good fit
- Links to your Github, LinkedIn, blog, and personal website
- Links to evidence of prior teaching work, whether conference talks, successful blog posts, slide decks, etc.