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DIY Girls

STEM Program Instructor

Employment type
17 days ago
Los Angeles

Position Title: STEM Program Instructor
Hourly Rate: $15/hour
Hours: Part-time/Non-Exempt, up to 20 hours per week
Location: Schools in the Northeast San Fernando Valley

STEM Program Instructors serve as near-peer mentors and role models at DIY Girls and receive training to engage elementary and middle school students in creative projects that develop technical and problem-solving skills. This is a great opportunity to develop technical and leadership skills that will aid in future career opportunities.

This is a part‐time (up to 20 hours per week), Non-Exempt level position. Hourly rate: $15 per hour. Benefits include: Sick Time. The STEM Program Instructor will work with the Program Coordinators to ensure quality in the following areas:

  • Classroom Management and Set up
  • Equipment Management
  • Program Facilitation
  • Mentoring Students
  • Deliver engaging curriculum centered around making and creative problem solving. 



  • August 2021 - December 2021* 
  • Monday - Thursdays between the hours of 1-5 PM



  • Serve as an instructor to 24-30 students in the DIY Girls after school program 
  • Participate in lesson planning sessions with co-instructor
  • Guide students through the creation and troubleshooting of their hands-on projects
  • Enter attendance on a daily basis and call home for absent students
  • Other duties as assigned with a primary focus on supporting program instruction and project development


All candidates should have a passion for DIY Girls’ mission, excellent organization skills, consistency and reliability. Additional qualifications include:

  • Current college student 
  • STEM major, liberal studies major, or education related major 
  • Independent, results-oriented, self-starter
  • Interest in technology, engineering, coding and hands-on DIY projects
To apply

Interested applicants should email a resume and unofficial transcript to Stacey Luna, Programs Coordinator at [email protected]