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Join our team this Summer

TechKnowHow, a leader in summer tech camps, is now hiring for these locations:

  • Burlingame, Lincoln School, 1801 Devereux Dr, Burlingame

  • Cupertino, 10181 Finch Ave., Cupertino

  • Foster City, Kids Connection School, 1998 Beach Park Blvd., Foster City

  • Fremont, Ardenwood School, 33955 Emilia Lane, Fremont

  • Oakland, Aurora School, 40 Dulwich Rd., Oakland

  • Palo Alto, Etz Chayim Center, 4161 Alma St., Palo Alto

  • San Francisco, Christopher Center, 999 Brotherhood Way, San Francisco

  • San Francisco, Shepherd of the Hills, 395 Addison St., San Francisco

  • San Jose, Sratford School, 1718 Andover Lane., San Jose

If you are a responsible leader who loves working with children and technology, join our team this summer!

Lead or assist campers in hands-on projects including LEGO Building, Robotics, Game Making, Minecraft and Coding for ages 5-13.

Rate of pay is $18-25/hr depending on experience and skills.

Savor a special experience as you help and inspire young minds engaged in fun and creative projects. 


For college and high school students, the experience is invaluable and has helped many of our past teachers get jobs in the technology and education fields.  Recent teachers are now working at companies such as Google, Tesla, Intuitive Surgical Robotics, and as teachers in schools.

Come Work With Us

Thank you! We'll be in touch.


Available Positions include: 

  • Lead & Assistant Instructors, Mon-Fri 8:30AM–4PM

  • Afternoon & Extended Care, Mon–Fri 12:30-5:15 PM

  • Supply Couriers, Fri 12-6 pm


We provide training on how to teach the curriculum, lead team-building activities, and care for the students.  We ask that you work at least 4 weeks.


Camp positions are available throughout the Bay Area.

I gained so much from the experience. The confidence that I built as a teacher helped me get an engineering intern position this Fall. Thank you so much for the opportunity.”


– Sierra, a Junior at Boston University

TechKnowHow Teacher, Summer '19

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Successfully teaching tech to students for

30 years!

Award for Best Tech Camp.

2023 Bay Area Parent Poll

Best Tech Camp

2023 Parents' Press

Best LEGO® Camp

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Teacher working with a couple kids on their LEGO builds

Ready to join our team?

Want to Contact us?

We'd be more than happy to talk with you!

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