Summer volunteer needed to teach Minecraft (1-week course)

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On May 7, 2019

The Kaleidoscope Discovery Center is a local non-profit focused on providing hands-on education in the Rolla community. They have many programs for kids from grade school to high school ages that advance the understanding and appreciation of engineering, science, technology, the environment, arts, and math. Volunteering with Kaleidoscope is a lot of fun (and looks great on a resume)!

Right now, the KDC is in need of a willing volunteer to teach their Minecraft summer camp.
The camp runs from June 10th-14th and will go from 1:00-4:00pm.
Participants are kindergarten through 3rd grade or 4th-6th grade.

The class description is as follows:
“Journey through Minecraft with code. Use your creativity and problem solving skills to explore and build underwater worlds with code. Program animals and other Minecraft creatures in your own version of Minecraft. We’ll take you on a minecraft adventure of plugged and unplugged activites. For the older group you’ll work on Minecraft programming concepts such as: events, coordinates, variables, iteration, conditionals, functions, arrays, and artificial intelligence.”

If you know your way around Minecraft and want to share the joy of building (and destroying!), KDC would love for you to help out. If you know someone who may be interested, please spread the word!

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