Summer Teaching Opportunity at Inspirit AI

AI Education Initiative – Summer Teaching Opportunity at Inspirit AI  is an education project by a team of graduate students from Stanford and MIT focused on bringing AI education to curious high school and middle school students globally. Over the last year, Inspirit AI has taught AI to high and middle school students from around the world through the live online AI program. Students learn about the technical, social, and ethical challenges of AI, build machine learning models in Python, and complete projects from assessing bias in the social justice system to identifying the origins of  COVID-19.

Inspirit is seeking students or recent alumni with AI/ML experience to join their teaching team (for a paid, full- or part-time remote instructor role) for their summer 2021 programs:

They are looking for:

– AI experience: At least one AI/ML course (like Stanford CS229/CS230, MIT
6.036, or Yale CS452/CS481, for example) or some AI experience in research
or industry, or equivalent. Bonus: Some teaching or tutoring experience!

– Availability on weekends May 8 – Aug. 15 or weekdays June 7 – Aug. 13
(with some flexibility). Multiple time slots are available.

– Enthusiasm for mentoring high school students across the globe and
joining the Inspirit community!

If interested, please fill out this brief form, and feel free to email adeesh @stanford.edu or daniela.inspiritai@gmail.com with any questions.

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