Spring Computer Clubhouse Soft Circuits Programming Internship



Spring Computer Clubhouse Soft Circuits Programming Internship
Spring Computer Clubhouse Soft Circuits Programming Internship is an opportunity for college students to earn credit while also teaching art projects to youth from underserved and underrepresented communities. The art projects involve the use of technology and interactive art.

Interns will oversee youth in art projects, creative workshops and community events. The internship serves two purposes; it teaches clubhouse members how to create art using technology, or soft circuits, and also encourages interns to consider software and technology as a career possibility. This is an unpaid internship for credit.


The Clubhouse is an after-school learning program sponsored by the Museum of Science in Boston. Young people attend after school to learn more about how to use technology. Interns will create activities using technology and teach young people through workshops that give them hands-on experience.

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The Museum of Science in Boston, Massachusetts, is one of the world's largest science centers. It began in 1830 as the Boston Society of Natural History. The Museum has 700 interactive exhibits and welcomes 1.5 million visitors a year.
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The location is usually in MASSACHUSETTS. 


For more details, visit www.mos.org/node/2019684

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