Mentor developers and get paid.
Sunday - March 25, 2018
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These are programs that allow you to mentor others as they learn how to code and get paid to do it!
IMHO, they’re quite useful if you’re looking to gain experience on the side while earning some money.
The hours are flexible, and it’s common knowledge that when you teach, you solidify your skills.
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A desire to keep your skills sharp by teaching others A passion for sharing best practices Excellent communication skills Empathy for beginners Infectious enthusiasm for development and for sharing your craft with others The ability to reflect upon and develop their teaching strategies for each learner Previous corporate training or
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In case you wanted to be generous with your time.
hack.pledge() is a community of developers helping each other master software craftsmanship
Give or receive 1 hour of code mentoring. Let’s help each other master software craftsmanship.
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Creating dialog between newcomers and people working in the tech industry.
#YesWeCode is looking for dedicated in-person or virtual tutors with experience in front-end and back-end coding languages to support their scholars in reaching their full potential.
YesWeCode is a national initiative to help teach 100K low-opportunity youth to code