Imagine a job where you come to work every day, unleash your creativity while getting challenged by kids and above all get to play with LEGOs! Kidizens offers our teachers, staff, and volunteers the opportunity to not only build LEGO cities but also build the citizens of tomorrow who are civically engaged and socially responsible.

The Kidizens team is made up of experienced teachers, dedicated volunteers, and other creative employees who are committed to designing the interactive LEGO learning programs that students love. Our dedicated, creative team guides students to discover new ideas and think “outside the box”, as they collaborate to build, manage and run their LEGO cities.

Interested in working with Kidizens as a teacher, summer camp counselor or student volunteer at one of our locations in the Bay Area? Pl check out the following openings.

Current Openings

We are always looking for fun, creative and out-of-the box thinkers to join our team. So, please contact us if you deem your experience will be valuable to our program.

*We are hiring part-time contractors for our Los Altos and Saratoga locations. We’re looking for people interested in eventually working with us longer-term as our principal teachers as well as site managers for our current and soon to be open locations in Fremont and San Francisco.

* We are currently looking for Summer Camp Counselors to work summer weeks at our Los Altos, Belmont and Saratoga locations for our Summer 2014 sessions, running from June 9th till mid-August.

* We are looking for birthday party coordinators to help us with flexible 3 hour slots on Saturdays and Sundays at all of our locations. College students who love creativity, working with excited groups of children and of course LEGOs, are welcome and encouraged to apply.

*We are looking for Robotics interns and part-time teachers to help out with our Robotizens classes. This will be a great opportunity for a college student to learn and gain some experience.

*We are also looking for middle and high school volunteers for our spring and summer camps.  Our classes can also be used for community service hours for middle and high schoolers.  This is an opportunity to work with our LEGO cities and get a highly creative experience challenging our kidizen Mayors and running opposition campaigns as well as do some great resume-building. Please check out our summer schedule  of camps and let us know if you are interested in helping us.

Contact us for more information or questions.

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