Who we are

Trilogy Education Services, a 2U, Inc. brand, partners with the world's leading universities to help companies bridge the digital skills gap. We work with experienced instructors, innovative employers, and top institutions to power boot camps that prepare today's workers for tomorrow's jobs. 

Our programs have been in existence since October 2015, and since that first class, we've launched an additional 300 classes with 50+ university partnerships. 

Job description

Are you an experienced full stack web developer who is passionate about education and making an impact? Do you love empowering others to find life-changing opportunities? Then this may be the position for you!

We believe learning a new skill, like full stack web development, should be exciting and engaging — and that starts with the instructor. You'll notice that prior teaching experience isn't a prerequisite to being an Instructor. If you bring knowledge, strong communication, and a positive energy to the classroom, you're going to help students along their transformative path to a successful and rewarding career. We'll provide the training, lesson plans, and tools to support you on your journey of impacting lives in the classroom.

Check out the program details here.

Skills & Requirements

  • At least 4-5 years of full stack web development experience (or equivalent)
  • Bachelor's Degree
  • Background in:
    • Front-end programming languages and frameworks such as HTML, CSS, JavaScript, jQuery, Responsive Design, Bootstrap, Handlebars (or any templating framework), ReactJS
    • Working with databases, server-side languages and libraries like MongoDB, MySQL, Node, Express and ORMs
    • Version control (Git, Github) and deployment servers such as Heroku

What You Will Do:

  • Follow detailed lesson plans that include an active discussion environment and project-based learning 
  • Provide empathy, support, and encouragement to students as they go through a life-changing experience

Logistics:

  • 24-week program (this is a part-time commitment)
  • Mon/Wed/Sat OR Tue/Thu/Sat schedule
  • Weekday Classes: 5:45 - 10:00 pm (includes office hours and break)
  • Saturday Classes: 9:15 am - 2:30pm (includes office hours and break)

Other Perks:

  • Maintain your current career while teaching
  • Hone your own skills by teaching and mentoring others
  • Expand your network by joining the thousands of industry professionals who make up our Instructional Staff
  • Experience the gratitude and fulfillment that comes along with teaching and giving back to the tech community

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