The Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth (CTY) has very exciting summer employment opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students interested in teaching engineering, physics, astronomy, and math.
For decades, CTY’s summer programs have provided a fun and enriching experience for the most academically gifted elementary, middle, and high school students in the world. Working with CTY in the summer can provide a great experience where you get to work with small classes of bright and motivated students, teaching your area of expertise (CTY offers courses in physics, engineering, robotics, and astronomy/astrophysics, in addition to courses in math, computer science, humanities, writing, and other science disciplines).
· Positions are available at residential and day sites at various locations on the East and West coasts and Hong Kong.
· Room and board are provided in addition to salary for staff at residential sites.
· Core employment dates for staff are Thursday, June 25 – Saturday, July 18 and Saturday, July 18 – Saturday, August 8; staff can work one or both sessions, depending on availability. Employment dates will vary, depending on position and location, however.
· Undergraduate students are typically considered for Teaching Assistant and Resident Assistant positions, and graduate students are typically considered for Teaching Assistant and Instructor positions (depending on how much independent teaching experience they have).
More information and our online application can be found through the JHU Jobs website.
Rosa Villastrigo, M.Ed.
Program Manager, Summer Programs
Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth