Workforce Opportunity Services Full Stack Teaching Assistant (Part-Time) in United States
Full Stack Teaching Assistant (Part-Time)
Workforce Opportunity Services (WOS) is currently seeking a
Part-Time Full Stack Development Teaching Assistant
This is a great opportunity to teach a small group of Veterans the necessary skills to transition into meaningful careers.
- This course provides students with a breadth of web development skills, enabling them to build full stack web applications. In this course, students will gain a solid base of fundamental programming knowledge, experience with specific languages and frameworks that are popular today, and a flexible outlook that is comfortable and eager to tackle new technologies in a fast-moving and ever-changing industry.
Design and lay out responsive web applications
Build secure full-stack web applications according to common design patterns
Safely model and store data in SQL and NoSQL databases
Consume and integrate third-party APIs in an application
Deploy applications to the web using cloud-based hosting
Clearly document and present the projects they’ve built
Immediate opening to November 23, 2018
Approximately 20 hours/Week
- 6 Students
Bachelor's in Computer Science preferred OR
Equivalent experience in Full Stack Development
- Washington, DC (Thomas Circle Area)
Founded in 2005, Workforce Opportunity Services (WOS) is a leading 501(c)(3) nonprofit committed to developing the skills of untapped talent from underserved and veteran communities through partnerships with organizations dedicated to diversifying their workforce. Utilizing a scientifically-based model derived from research conducted at Columbia University, we recruit, educate, train, and place high-potential candidates with leading organizations around the world. To date, WOS has served 3,800+ individuals through partnerships with more than 60 corporations in 40+ locations worldwide. For more information, visit wforce.org
WOS is an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran or disability status.
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