Volunteers Needed to Help Teach Computer Science at Massachusetts’ High Schools

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Four teen students sit in front of an open laptop in the library. An adult woman stands behind them and seems to be giving advice.

The Microsoft Philanthropies TEALS (Technology Education And Literacy in Schools) Program builds sustainable computer science (CS) programs in high schools, with a focus on serving students excluded from learning technical skills because of race, gender, and geography.

TEALS places volunteer CS experts with local high school teachers looking to make a lasting impact on their students’ lives. Have a computer science degree and/or industry experience? Do you have a passion for giving back? By applying your CS skills in the classroom a few hours a week, you can help shape the future of your community. 

Learn more at Microsoft.com/TEALS and apply here

For more information, contact the regional manager Michael English at michaele@tealsk12.org with any questions. A PDF with more information on the program can be downloaded here.