MEET’s curriculum is designed to be hands-on, challenging, and rewarding. Students mostly come into the program with little to no exposure to either computer programming or business skills. As a CS instructor, depending on the year you end up teaching, you may be guiding the students through the fundamentals of Java, Python, and introductory projects, or you may be guiding a team of 6-8 students on a more large scale software engineering project, and trying to teach them good software practices along the way. As a business instructor, you will introduce the students to fundamentals of business, marketing, management practices, and entrepreneurship through a curriculum consisting of lectures, case studies, and competitions. In both cases, MEET depends on the expertise and enthusiasm of the instructors to effectively deliver the curriculum. For more information, please see the job descriptions or former projects that the students have worked on.