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NOW HIRING!


Do you have a passion you’d love to share with young people?  Are you really into Game Design, Animation, Motion Graphics, Coding, Robotics, Wearable Tech, Web or App Development, or How To Make Your Own Sneakers?  Are you ambitious, enthusiastic, and a person who loves learning new stuff?  Do you just like to have fun?  If so, we'd LOVE to talk with you!

The Learnatory is seeking several cool, fun-loving,  high-energy, instructors to teach students ages 7 to 17 on Saturdays how to make simple to complex video games, 2-D, and 3-D animations, build robots, code, make wearable technology, develop websites and apps, design and make their own sneakers  (we’ll even help you learn this one!) - and just have fun sharing their passions!  Experience with elementary and high school students desired. Curriculum, equipment and supplies are all provided for you. Your personal expertise and knowledge are what make these courses exciting!  People enthusiastic about their fields are highly desired to share their knowledge and passion with our young people.

Saturday classes include:

  • Robotics
  • SCRATCH
  • XBox and Video Game Design
  • Animation
  • Motion Graphics
  • Creating Your Own Wearable Technology
  • Making and Designing Your Own Sneakers
  • Coding
  • Web and Mobile App Development
  • Creating Your Own Virtual Reality


Requirements: 

Robotics 
– Engineering and/or Computer Science background with knowledge of LEGO Mindstorms required, although different equipment may also be used. Knowledge of programming required.  Must have knowledge of the Internet of Things using Arduino and/or Raspberry Pi.

Game Design, Animation, Motion Graphics
- Strong working knowledge of open-source software such as Blender, Kudo, GameMaker, MultiMedia Fusion 2. College Junior, Senior, Graduate in Game Design, Animation, or Interactive Media or related fields, or 3 years experience or portfolio in the field of game design or animation required. Green screen experience necessary.

Coding
 - College Junior, Senior, or Graduate or 3 years experience in computer programming, hardware and/or software development. Instructors should have working knowledge or the desire to learn the children's programming language S.C.R.A.T.C.H., knowledge of Basic programming required. 

Wearable Technology, Sneaker Design, Virtual Reality
 - Strong working knowledge of applicable open-source software.  College Junior, Senior, Graduate in Engineering, VR, AI or related fields or 2 years experience in area of focus.

Locations: 
Brooklyn, New York and Chicago, Illinois

Salary:  
Not bad!  Dependent upon education, experience, and number of hours working.

The Learnatory is a STEAM Education Program with a mission to engage, educate, and empower youth, teens, and adults, in programs and activities that cultivate interests and develop skills in Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts, and Math (S.T.E.A.M.) and other areas that may assist in preparation for the challenges of college, careers, and entrepreneurial opportunities that enable them to contribute to their communities.

We believe in providing - and giving - the best!  And we want people who believe in the same.  But, your personal touch and expertise make this position your own!  Positions are located in downtown Brooklyn and the Chicagoland area.

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Game Design & Animation Instructors

Are you an up-and-coming game designer or animator excited about the world of game design and development? If so, we have the perfect position for you!

The Learnatory is seeking several "cool," fun-loving, " high-energy," video game design and animation lovers to teach students ages 8 to 18 on Saturdays how to make simple to complex video games, 2-D, and 3-D animations. Experience with elementary and high school students desired. Curriculum, equipment and supplies are provided for you. Your personal expertise and knowledge are what make this course exciting! People passionate and enthusiastic about their fields are highly desired to share their knowledge and passion of game design and animation.


Requirements:
Strong working knowledge of open-source software such as Blender, Kudo, GameMaker, MultiMedia Fusion 2. College Junior, Senior, Graduate in Game Design, Animation, or Interactive Media or related fields, or 3 years experience or portfolio in the field of game design or animation required.

Location: 
Brooklyn, New York and Chicago, IL

Salary: 
Dependent upon experience and number of hours.

The Learnatory is a STEAM Education Center with a mission to engage, educate, and empower youth, teens, and adults, in programs and activities that cultivate interests and develop skills in Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts, and Math (S.T.E.A.M.) and other areas that may assist in preparation for the challenges of college, careers, and entrepreneurial opportunities that enable them to contribute to their communities.

Robotics Instructors

Are you an engineering geek who just loves Robotics?  Do you enjoy sharing your passion with others?  If so, we have the perfect position for you!

The Learnatory is seeking fun, engaging, enthusiastic part-time instructors to teach Robotics on Saturdays to young people ages 8 - 18! You don't have to be expert with technology, but be comfortable with it and have the desire and ability to learn to build and program robots. Experience with elementary and high school students highly desired. Curriculum, equipment and supplies are provided for you. But, your personal touch and expertise make this position your own! Position is located at St. Francis College in downtown Brooklyn.


Requirements: Computer Science background and knowledge of LEGO Mindstorms required, although different equipment may also be used. Knowledge of programming required.

Location: Brooklyn, New York and Chicago, IL

Salary:  Dependent upon experience and number of hours.

The Learnatory is a STEAM Education Center with a mission to engage, educate, and empower youth, teens, and adults, in programs and activities that cultivate interests and develop skills in Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts, and Math (S.T.E.A.M.) and other areas that may assist in preparation for the challenges of college, careers, and entrepreneurial opportunities that enable them to contribute to their communities.

Saturday Classes Begin Dec. 2 in Brooklyn, New York

Computer Programming Instructors

Are you a computer geek who enjoys sharing your skills with others? Are you a good, strong programmer looking for an opportunity to showcase your skills?

The Learnatory is seeking good, knowledgeable, fun-loving, high-energy instructors to both develop programs for The Learnatory and/or teach students ages 12 to 18 how to build and program the exciting credit-card size Raspberry Pi computer using S.C.R.A.T.C.H. - the introductory programming language for youth and teens – and Python.  Curriculum, equipment and supplies are  provided for you. You add your personal expertise and knowledge to make the class exciting! We need passionate, enthusiastic part-time teachers to work with young people ages 8 - 18.


Requirements:
College Junior, Senior, or Graduate or 3 years experience in computer programming, hardware and/or software development. Instructors should have working knowledge or the desire to learn the children's programming language S.C.R.A.T.C.H., knowledge of Basic programming required. Programmers should have strong working knowledge of business programming languages.

Location:
Brooklyn, New York and Chicago, IL

Salary: 
Dependent upon experience and number of hours.

The Learnatory is a STEAM Education Center with a mission to engage, educate, and empower youth, teens, and adults, in programs and activities that cultivate interests and develop skills in Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts, and Math (S.T.E.A.M.) and other areas that may assist in preparation for the challenges of college, careers, and entrepreneurial opportunities that enable them to contribute to their communities.