Under the auspices of the W.E.B. Du Bois Scholars Institute at Princeton, the Accelerated Learning Academy (ALA) is seeking instructors to conduct interactive online workshops on “Artificial Intelligence” (AI) and Technology for a class of 15-20 high-achieving high school students with career interest in STEM-related professions.
- Two or more years of graduate study: Computer Engineering or Computer Science preferred.
- Ph.D. candidates, Post- doctoral Fellows, and others with terminal degrees are preferred.
- Teaching experience with junior high or high school students is preferred.
Dates of Employment
- The AI workshops will occur online via a web conferencing platform on the following weekend dates: December 5-6, 2020; February 27-28, 2021; and April 24-25, 2021.
- On Saturday, online interactive workshops run from 9:00 AM EST – 4:50 PM EST. 10 minute breaks will occur every hour. Additionally, an extended break will occur from 12:20 PM EST to 1:30 EST. Two related workshops must be conducted. One is conducted from 9:00 AM – 12:20 PM EST, and the second is conducted from 1:30 PM – 4:50 PM EST.
- On Sunday, online lecture/open discussion based workshops run from 10:00 AM EST – 1:20 PM EST. Intermittent 10 minute breaks will occur every hour. Sunday sessions will focus on “new thinking” to remedy ethical and research problems in the application of artificial intelligence and technology in real life situations.
- Compensation for Graduate Students ranges from $400-$600 for Saturday and $200 for Sunday.
- Compensation for Post-doctoral Fellows is $800 for Saturday and $250 for Sunday.