Carnegie Mellon / TEALS: Volunteer Information Session
Virtual Session - ET - Remote Access Enabled
Technology Education and Literacy in Schools (TEALS)
Have a computer science degree and/or industry experience? Do you have a passion for giving back? Apply your knowledge and experience to ignite interest in computer science for students. TEALS volunteers are essential to inspiring the coders and creators of tomorrow.
Want to learn more about how you can become a volunteer for an amazing program? Join a representative from TEALS at a digital info session and have your questions answered:
What is the TEALS Program? Technology Education and Literacy in Schools (TEALS) is a Microsoft Philanthropies program that builds sustainable CS programs in high schools. We focus on serving students excluded from learning CS because of race, gender, and geography. TEALS helps teachers learn to teach CS by pairing them with industry volunteers and proven curricula.
Volunteers with strong backgrounds in computer science and programming are the foundation of the TEALS program. Our volunteers help expand students' career horizons through new computer science skills and opportunities. See the volunteer application.
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