Engineering (Robotic) Instructor - Upward Bound Apply Now Description/Job Summary Overview of position:
** This position is Part-time **
- Leading High School Students in the design, and hands-on construction of robotics, as well as creating the manufacturing tools and processes that will build the robots.
- Lead program curriculum, sessions, and lessons focused on engineering and technology.
- Lead program participants in local, regional and national robotics competitions.
- Support students during independent and workgroup time.
- Work as a member of the Stem instructional team.
Required Qualifications Minimum Qualifications:
- Associates Degree in Robotics Technology
- Studied in the field of Engineering, computing, engineering technology or applied sciences
- Experience in the use of Lego, Vex, or other forms of Robotics
- Bachelors Degree in one of the related fields listed:
- Engineering or related Engineering Specialities
- Physical Science
- Mathematics with Robotics Engineering
- Experience in Robotics
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