Garfield Community Center and RecTech are looking for volunteers interested in social justice and the arts to teach technology-based after school classes for teens. Get experience working with diverse youth while sharing your technology skills. We encourage instructors to develop programs according to their interests and expertise. We are open to new ideas! For fall quarter we are looking for instructors who can teach digital music creation (eg. using Garage Band & Mixcraft), digital photography and digital design. Position Hours: 2 hours per week, Mon.-Thur., 3:30-5:30pm. Commitment: 1 day per week for 8 weeks, starting in mid ot late September.
RecTech (short for Recreational Technology) is a program of the Associated Recreation Council, run in partnership with Seattle Parks and Recreation. RecTech works to close the digital divide by providing technology learning and access programs for youth, adults and seniors in computer labs located in community centers such as Garfield.
For more information please contact Brooke: email [email protected] , phone 206-684-4788