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What is a CodePath Technical Program Manager (Tech Fellow)?

Tech Fellows are the most important part of a successful CodePath program! TFs manage the program at their university and provide the first line of technical support to students in class.

Full Tech Fellow description here

Roles and Responsibilities

  • Kick off each class with a short presentation of the weekly topics and activities.
  • Provide technical support for students during labs and assignments.
  • Make sure students are on track with the pace of the course.
  • Manage in-class operations (attendance, activity flow).
  • Advocate for the needs of your students.
  • Attend bi-weekly remote check-ins with CodePath staff.

Perks & benefits

  • Easy accessibility to Facebook and CodePath's team members
  • Direct management experience
  • Direct relationship with Facebook and CodePath organizations
  • Support with resume building & credibility
  • Higher priority given for opportunities to scholarships, conferences, and projects

What is Tech Fellow Training?

TFs participate in a 6-week remote training with CodePath before the course starts to make sure they are up to speed with the course content and have all the tools necessary to run a successful course. The way individual TFs participate in the training will vary depending on whether they are: returning TFs, alumni of a previous course or new to the CodePath program.

Details:

  • Application deadline is July 6th (Rolling, Apply Early)
  • The 6-week TFs Training starts Saturday, July 13th via Zoom Video Conference.

For general information about CodePath.org and our courses, checkout http://codepath.org/classes or feel free to email us at support@codepath.org with any questions.


What are the requirements?

  • All labs and assignment projects must be completed by the weekly deadline. Only one 48 hour extension will be granted during the training.
  • Attendance to remote video sessions is mandatory. Only 2 excused absences are allowed for the 6 week training.

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