Volunteer Impact Program

Our Volunteer Impact Program (VIP) was created to support TKH students and graduates in their career development and connect industry leaders to bright and ambitious coders, entrepreneurs, and technologists. We provide our corporate volunteers with opportunities to empower aspiring professionals and make a difference in the life of young people from underserved communities.

Our goal is to build a workforce pipeline that is diverse, inclusive, and exceptionally qualified so that our corporate partners can directly access the very best rising talent.

Volunteer Roles

Please review the following volunteer roles to determine which opportunity would best suit your current skill set and availability. For all volunteers we ask: 

  • Possess a willingness to attend brief TKH volunteer trainings and review materials prior to engagement
  • Share with us feedback on your experience; we love to hear bright spots and growth opportunities

Innovation Fellowship (IF)

As an Innovation Fellowship technical tutor, we expect you to:

  • Be a technical expert in applicable track
  • Work 1:1 with fellows to support development of technical skills in their area of study (Cyber Security, Web Development, Data Science, or Ux/UI Design)
  • Attend tutoring sessions with fellows to review assignments and key skills
  • Suggest further resources to support self-learning
  • Commit to 4-12 student engagements per month for 30 min to 1 hour session beginning in Phase 1, September (Year Round Opportunities)

As a micro-mentor, we expect you to:

  • Mentor fellows via 'speed networking' style virtual and in-person events on a particular theme (e.g. interview prep, resume review, portfolio review, informational interviews, etc.)
  • Provide guidance to fellows through advice, sharing your own journey, talking through questions, and providing encouragement through crises of confidence or imposter syndrome.
  • Commit to 2-4 student engagements per month for 30 minute to 1 hour sessions beginning in Phase 1, November to September (Graduation)

As a mock interviewer, we expect you to:

  • Work 1:1 with fellows to prepare them for behavioral or technical interviews and provide feedback (based on rubric)
  • Review resume and LinkedIn profile of interviewee.
  • Have great communication skills, especially in delivering feedback; detail oriented, and patient with early career talent
  • Commit to attending 1-2 scheduled mock interviews between Phase 1 (December) to Phase 4 (September) 

Karim Kharbouch Coding Fellowship

As a KKCF guest lecturer, we expect you to:

  • Lead 45-60 minutes of career class on career development topics
  • Work with fellows 1:1 or in groups based on need
  • Possess previous experience speaking with HS & college youth, currently employed in a tech/design role or any role in a tech/design company, age 18-29 preferred
  • Be able to commit to a 2-hour engagement in June, July or August

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