Robot Tech Instructor
at Rolling RobotsLos Angeles, CA
Los Angeles, CA
posted 02/13/2018 in
  • Employment Type
    Part Time
  • Compensation
    $0.00 Hourly
  • Perks / Benefits
    Employee Discounts

 Robot Shop needs Humans!  Anticipating the Robot uprising we need help in training young roboteers in the ways of designing and controlling Robots.  Come Join us at Rolling Robots.

We love robots. We dig kids. And we're inspired by the magic that happens when the two combine. Sparks fly… literally! Robots ignite the imagination of kids everywhere. They open the door to the world of technology through the universal language of FUN.

When we began Rolling Robots, it wasn't because we're nerdy aerospace engineers (ok, maybe it was a little bit) but because we're parents that love watching our kids discover their inner-scientist and get super excited about creating something of their own. There's no mistaking the pride in a kid's face when they hold up a robot they created and exclaim, "Look what I made!" We believe that today's greatest minds were once the kids that always asked, "How does that work?" We want to be the ones to reply, "Here's how!" and "Let's find out!" 

Our mission is to tap into the spirit of wonder in kids, unlocking their future potential with the fun of the robot world.

Simply put, we want to inspire generations of dreamers and doers - the next Edison, the next Jobs, or even the next Franklin. Our dream is that one day these kids will look back and think, "My dream was sparked by a robot."  

Come join us in making this a reality. We are seeking programming and robot building instructors.


- Must love to work with children

- A desire to learn about robotics/technology

About Rolling Robots

We are in the process of creating tech geniuses and world champions. Organized Chaos. Focus on the child's curiosity. Let it flow freely and don't panic.

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