EachOneTeachOne offers a number of paid and unpaid internships throughout the school year and summer. Unpaid internships count for community service credit.
All our internships include learning and working components. Interns spend half their time learning coding and computer skills using online curricula like codecademy.com and code.org. Mentors work with interns to help them complete learning modules. We place interns with firms with whom we have partnerships and, in the other half of their time, they create websites, complete hardware, software and network component inventories, perform disk and memory utilization inventories, and generally help with technology issues. Supervisors train them and help them complete these tasks. When students finish an internship, they have both coding and computer job skills and actual work experience that prepares them for other computer jobs!
2015 Cambridge/Boston Area Youth Tech Corps Internships
Level 1 Learning objective: Intern completes one learning module as designated. Job objective: Intern creates online website with resume Time commitment: 1-5 hours per week for 2-10 weeks
Level 2 Learning objective: Intern completes five learning modules as designated. Job objective: Intern creates website or other similar deliverable as requested Time commitment: 5-10 hours per week for 2-10 weeks
2015 time commitment: Up to 20 hours per week Schedule: July 6 to August 26, 2015 Location: Program is based at Prospect Hill Academy, 50-54 Essex Street, Cambridge, MA, easily accessible by subway, bus or bicycle! And, at local firms, including Emerge, CLSACC and Inman Technology, in Cambridge. Paid internships: $9.00 per hour Unpaid internships: Up to 120 hours of community service credit Application: Click here to apply for an internship!
Worldwide Internship Job Description:
Interns may work from home anywhere in the world. Supervisors work out of Cambridge, MA and other global locations
Complete websites as assigned or similar deliverables.
For assigned workplaces, create inventories of hardware/software/communications devices and equipment.
Create inventories of computer disk and memory utilization.
Prepare website and computer programs by translating specifications into code; unit testing code.
Plan program by studying specifications.
Arrange specifications by developing logical sequence; preparing flowcharts; researching solutions.
Encode specifications by converting logical sequence and workflow into program language.
Verify encoding by performing trial runs; modifying code.
Prepare program reference by documenting control language.
Advance job knowledge to next level by participating in educational opportunities; reading professional publications.
Accomplish department and organization mission by completing related results as needed.
Skills and Qualifications:
Analyzing Information, Problem Solving, Persistence, Software Performance Tuning, Attention to Detail, Software Development Fundamentals, Software Documentation, Technical Zeal, Independence, Thoroughness
we teach HTML, Weebly, Microsoft office, Google office, scratch, app inventor, python, java and other technologies.
Enrolled in or finished high school or college
Must be legally eligible to work in the United States