Careers in Code - Instructor Application - Cohort 2 and 3
Careers in Code is a coding bootcamp that teaches computer programming to women and minorities to help combat poverty in Central NY. We provide students with the technical skills they need to obtain internships and entry level software development jobs with local employers after 24 weeks of instruction. Learn more at
We're actively looking for first-rate instructors who are passionate about advancing Central NY’s technology community. Software professionals like you have the talent and skills necessary to create professional opportunities for our students that will radically change their lives for the better. We'd love to work with you!
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What is your first and last name?
What is your phone number?
Job Title / Occupation
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Tell us about yourself! Why are you interested in this position? What qualifies you? What skills do you bring to the table?
Our classes our planned to tentatively kickoff in late Q1 of 2022 (i.e.March or April)
What days/weeks are you most available in 2022?
What days/weeks are you NOT available in 2022? Do you have any planned vacations, etc?
Commitment / Scheduling
Will you be available to teach classes virtually from 5:30pm - 8:30pm, Monday through Thursday?
Would you be able to commit to 2-3 consecutive weeks of class-time?
Note: this is not a strict requirement. We are flexible with the timing, although we've found that having teaching assistants for consecutive periods of time tend to work best for our students.
Is there anything in particular you'd like to teach in the course?
We'd like to give you the flexibility in your class to teach the skills that our students need to become professional software developers in Central New York.
Admissions / Prep Work
Have you reviewed the overall admissions process for instructors and teaching assistants?
Yes, I have reviewed the admissions process for instructors and teaching assistants.
Have you reviewed the roles and responsibilities for instructors?
. Please note that some roles and responsibilities may change from our first cohort in our new virtual setting.
Yes, I have reviewed the roles and responsibilities for instructors.
Anything else you want to tell us? Questions, comments, concerns?
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