Tutor Needed :: Computer Programming, Electrical Engineering and/or Math

Tutor needed
  • Subject(s):  Computer Programming, Electrical Engineering and/or Math (Geometry, Algebra, Trigonometry)

  • Number of students: 1

  • Grade level of student(s):  8th grade

  • Sessions per week:    2

  • Length of sessions:  1hr

  • Specific days per week:  open

  • Time(s):  open

  • Format (virtual or in-person):   Prefer in person but open to virtual per tutors availability 

  • Location/platform of sessions:   

  • Compensation per hour:  negotiable – starting at $25/hr

  • Contact (include name and email and/or phone):  Pam Younger, pgregory12002@yahoo.com, 314-488-7915 

Summer Internship Opportunity on Campus – Apply by May 23


Application deadline: May 23, 2022 by 11:59pm 


The Pre-Teaching GIFT Program internship is through Georgia Tech Pre-Teaching Advising and the CEISMC Georgia Intern Fellowships for Teachers (GIFT) program.  The GIFT program places K12 teachers in hands-on internships for 4-7 weeks across the summer to gain laboratory experience in the STEM content area they teach. For example, a high school Chemistry teacher is in the GIFT program in a GT Chemistry lab. This internship is perfect for any undergrad curious about K12 education, considering K-12 teaching as a career choice, or who enjoys working with high school students. 


The intern will work with a high school STEM teacher and students in a Georgia Tech lab.  The intern will: 

  • Assist the teacher in working with their students 

  • Learn elements of writing K12 STEM curriculum  

  • Assist the teacher in writing K12 curriculum based on the research done in the lab to be brought back to the K12 STEM classroom (discipline depends on internship) 

  • Support the teacher and students in the lab as needed  and as allowed by the lab supervisor/lab director 


The specific labs are: 


Applicants will be selected by the professors who run the lab(s) applicants express interest in.  


Dates of internship: June 14 – July 22, 2022 

Hours: 5 hours/day, Mon – Fri, in-person, total of 25 hours per week (specific hours to be determined) 

Pay: $10/hour, 25 hours/week@ $250/week x 6 weeks = $1500 


Eligibility & Selection 

  • Be in good academic and disciplinary standing 

  • Have a 2.0 GPA or above (per guidelines for internship eligibility through GT Career Center) 

  • Be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident 

  • Be a current Georgia Tech undergraduate student through summer 2022 

  • Knowledge and experience in the content area of the lab is preferred.   

If selected, you can register your internship with the Georgia Tech Career Center. For more information and benefits, go to https://career.gatech.edu/internships.   Questions? Contact Susan Belmonte at sbelmonte@gatech.edu.  

Mobile, AL Job Fair :: May 25, 2022

2022 College of Education graduates to the Mobile County Public Schools’ Teacher Recruitment Fair.

When:       Wednesday, May 25 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Where:      Mobile Convention Center

At the Teacher Recruitment Fair, 91 principals will meet teacher candidates and conduct interviews, and  Human Resources Division will provide free pre-employment background checks and drug screenings.

Some new teacher hires who visit the Teacher Recruitment Fair will qualify for signing bonuses up to $5,000, and up to $3,000 to cover relocation costs!

Mrs. Joy McGough, Co-Chair

Teacher Recruitment Fair Committee

Division of Academic Affairs

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P. O. Box 180069

Mobile, Alabama 36618


Office: 251-221-4171

Fax: 251-221-4168

Georgia Tech GoSTEM Program Event :: “Charlas En Familia” :: May, 12, 2022


GoSTEM is very excited to have Dr. Melisa Oliva, Psy.D. as the guest speaker of its last event of the Spring on such an important topic “Youth Mental Health.” This event is part of GoSTEM’s ongoing Charlas en Familia webinar series and will take place on Thursday, May 12th, 11am-12:00pm via Zoom. The event is free and will be hosted in Spanish. Registration is required.

Click HERE to Register to Attend


Work with High School Student Internship Programs through STEM@GTRI

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Job ID: 497501


The Intelligent Sustainable Technologies Division at GTRI is seeking a motivated undergraduate student to manage the technical component of the STEM@GTRI High school internship program this summer. This position will involve mentoring high school students as they complete robotics and computer vision projects in a five week internship. Candidates should have backgrounds in computer vision and robotic manipulator control and be able to teach and mentor high school students learning the fundamentals of these concepts.



  • Pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or closely related field
  • 3.0 or higher cumulative GPA
  • Demonstrated working knowledge or robotics and perception fundamentals
  • Demonstrated familiarity with Robot Operating System (ROS) architecture
  • Ability to work in person at our lab on Georgia Tech Campus


  • Experience in Python and C++
  • Teaching or tutoring experience
  • Project experience with robotic manipulators and/or computer vision
  • Strong math skills
  • Familiarity with Linux and open source tools
  • Configuration management tools
  • Ability to clearly communicate technical ideas

JOB ID: 497481

Full job description and to apply:  



GTRI’s Advanced Warfighting Technologies Division (AWTD) in the Advanced Concepts Laboratory (ACL) seeks qualified candidates to provide technical oversight for our High School summer internship program. This position will be in AWTD’s Technical Integration Branch, which focuses on the rapid prototyping of concepts for ground maneuver forces. The position involves applying technical skills to develop and assess system prototypes. It also involves conducting sponsored research projects in close collaboration with computer scientists, electrical engineers, and other scientists and engineers. Qualified candidates will have experience with design tools, hardware/software integration, modeling and simulation tools, and rapid prototyping. AWTD engages in research related to counterproliferation technologies, special operations enablers, and advanced ground maneuver concepts. Furthermore, the division provides world-class, forward-looking thought leadership and turn-key, best-of-class warfighting technologies focused on countering weapons of mass destruction (CWMD) and changing the future of ground maneuver warfare for the U.S. Government and other sponsors.


 Intern (Undergraduate)

  • Pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or a related field
  • 3.0 or higher GPA
  • Working knowledge of Robotics and Perception fundamentals
  • Familiarity with Robot Operating System (ROS) architecture
  • Ability to work in person at our lab on the Georgia Tech campus


  • Experience in Python and C++
  • Teaching or tutoring experience
  • Project experience with robotic manipulators and/or computer vision
  • Strong math skills
  • Familiarity with Linux and open-source tools
  • Configurations management tools
  • Ability to clearly communicate technical ideas