Jason Galbraith started his career with a Master’s Degree in Artificial Intelligence, but then realized he enjoyed teaching more than working on research. After getting his teaching degree, he landed a job at Sunset High School, where he has been since 2007. In that time he has taught a huge variety of technology classes for all levels of students, from technology introductions for middle school students to college-level computer science classes. At Sunset, his classes include 3D modeling, video game creation, web design, robotics, Java programming, C++ programming, and data structures. He also coaches video game teams, mentors robotics teams, runs a few after-school clubs, and runs girls-only technology camps. In his spare time, he helps teach for Saturday Academy, runs workshops for the OCSTA (Oregon Computer Science Teachers Association), and attempts to make a professional level computer Go player with Professor Peter Drake of Lewis & Clark College.