TEALS is currently seeking regional managers for San Antonio and the Rio Grande Valley.

TEALS is an industry-wide, volunteer and community driven initiative supported by Microsoft Philanthropies. TEALS recruits, trains, and supports high-tech industry volunteers with knowledge of and passion for computer science to teach introductory and Advanced Placement computer science courses in high schools. The TEALS program is growing rapidly, doubling the number of schools and students served each year. This upcoming year TEALS will be in 31 states + DC at 525 schools reaching over 18,000 students, with 1500+ volunteers representing over 600 different companies. Our ultimate aim is to make computer science as ubiquitous as biology, chemistry, and physics at all American high schools.


TEALS is seeking candidates with an entrepreneurial spirit and a passion for computer science education in high schools. Candidates should be interested in helping to grow and scale the program in their region.

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TEALS (Technology Education and Literacy in Schools) helps high schools throughout the US build and grow sustainable computer science programs. In its proven program, TEALS pairs trained computer science professionals from across the technology industry with classroom teachers to team-teach computer science. Industry volunteers and partner teachers create a ripple effect, impacting the students they teach, and the many students who will study CS in the future. TEALS was founded in 2009 by former high school CS teacher and Microsoft engineer Kevin Wang, who now runs the program full time. TEALS is generously supported by Microsoft Philanthropies.

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