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Google is looking for excellent educators to teach as part of its Computing and Programming Experiences (CAPE) Summer program. Faculty will be an integral part of CAPE Summer's programming and students success over the summer, creating a lasting impression on the students as to the relevance of Computer Science in their future career choices.

Google is looking for four outstanding middle school/high school level mathematics or computer science teachers to teach one session of 30 eighth-grade students during the summer prior to entering high school.

Google is also looking for eight outstanding middle school/high school level mathematics or computer science teachers (or university students) to co-instruct with the Lead Faculty and another Associate Faculty.

CAPE Summer is a three-week summer program for eighth graders designed to inspire excitement about computer science through an intensive summer program at Google's campus. CAPE Summer's goal is to inspire a future generation of creators in computing by bringing together some of today's brightest young students and exposing them to the possibilities of information technology in career paths such as software engineering, biology, or art and design. Through interactive workshops and courses, guest speakers and field trips, students learn algorithms, systems thinking, programming and computing theory. At the end of the summer session, students showcase a final project which utilizes various technologies they have learned from the program.

If you are interested in applying for the position, you can email your resume to:


CAPE Summer Locations & Session Dates:
Mountain View - Session 1: 6/17 - 7/11 & Session 2: 7/23 - 8/10
New York - Session 1: 7/9 - 7/27 & Session 2: 8/6 - 8/24

Click here for more information about the CAPE program.


I'm definitely going to apply for this job. Thanks for the post!

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