BECOME
A SOFT SKILLS COUNSELOR

Are you passionate about the possibility of being a soft skills counselor for a company that is empowering autistics to learn the necessary soft skills required for being able to adequately perform well in the workforce?

 

If this is something that feels like a personal vocation and mission to you then you are in the right place. Learn more about how you can be a soft skills counselor for Coding Autism below.

Teaching Options and Offerings

Free-Time

Interested in sharing your wisdom to our students? Sign up to participate in a lecture or workshop.

Part-Time

Lead a course several times a week either on weekends or on evenings.

Full-Time

Join our roster of talented instructors who are committed to full-time instruction for Coding Autism.

How You Benefit From Being a Coding Autism Instructor

1

 Impact

As a coding instructor, you would have an integral role in shaping our autistic workforce. This plays a positive impact on the students that you teach as well as their families.

2

 Growth

Not only is this an incredible opportunity to refine your leadership, communication, and teaching skills, but you are also in a position where you can experience incredible career growth opportunities within Coding Autism.

3

 Community

By being a coding instructor at Coding Autism, you will have access to our community base of technology enthusiasts, autism advocates, advisors, staff, students, and much more.

4

Reward

Not only will you be compensated competitively for your efforts, but also be in a position to obtain equity in Coding Autism. You will also be able to experience Coding Autism's inspiring and engaging culture and values as well as have opportunities for training and mentorship.

 

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If you are interested in applying for our position, view our requirements to become a Coding Autism soft skills counselor.

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