Tōnui Collab is a charitable trust with a mission to empower young people to experiment and explore the diversity of STEMM so that they might thrive. Tōnui Collab creates innovative STEMM learning experiences for young people through school-based wānanga and marae-based wānanga, after school workshops and school holiday workshops.
We are looking for a young person/rangatahi to inspire 7 to 13 year olds to get excited about computer science and digital making by running our weekly Code Club. Tōnui Collab have partnered with the HB Williams Public Library in Gisborne to offer tamariki an opportunity every Tuesday, 3:30pm - 5pm, to experiment and develop confidence in the digital space. This role is scoped at three hours per week to provide the Digital Navigator with prep time as well as Code Club.
KEY AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY AND ACCOUNTABILITY
Prepare for the weekly Code Club sessions, this may include organising resources and completing class projects in advance.
Co-lead weekly Code Club sessions alongside other Tōnui Collab Digital Navigators.
Be able to commit for at least one school term.
Plan and reflect with other Tōnui Collab team members
Development relationships with tamariki and whānau, maintaining consistent, timely and professional communication kanohi ki te kanohi (face to face) and through pre-visit and follow up emails when required.
• Computer literate
• Coding experience
• Commitment to ongoing learning
• Effective time management skills
• Minimum age 16 years old
• Confidence in Te Reo Māori
• Experience working with tamariki
• Effective communication skills for relationship building with tamariki/whānau
• Confidence in speaking in front of others
• Willingness to develop skills and learning
3 hours per week during the school term with an option to extend during school holidays.
The first step is to express your interest by filling out the form below. We will then put you in touch directly with the organisation for more information on the role and how to proceed.
Youth & Children