The Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youths summer programs provide intensive course work in the liberal arts to talented pre-collegiate students ages 8 to 16. Both instructor and teaching assistant positions are available.
The Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youths Summer Positions
Details of our instructor and teaching assistant positions are below. I hope you will take the time to forward the electronic posting below to graduate and undergraduate students in your department. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us via email at email@example.com or by calling 410-735-4100.
HUMANITIES TEACHING OPPORTUNITIES
Who: Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth (CTY) seeks outstanding science teachers, professors, graduate students, and undergraduate students to work in our summer programs.
What: CTY offers challenging 3-week academic programs for highly talented elementary, middle, and high school students from across the US and around the world.
Where: Residential sites in California , Hawaii , Maryland , Massachusetts , New York , Pennsylvania , and Rhode Island. International Residential sites in China , Mexico and Spain. Day Site locations in the Baltimore-Washington, DC, Los Angeles , and San Diego areas.
Session 1: June 25 – July 18
Session 2: July 18 – August 8
/ Instructors and teaching assistants may work one or two sessions. /
Why: Teach what you love, work with exceptional students in small classes, and learn from talented colleagues.
Instructors: $2100 – $3000 per 3-week session, based on experience.
Teaching assistants: $1100 per 3-week session.
Plus room and board at our residential sites.
Classes: 12 – 18 students
Each class has an instructor and teaching assistant.
· Learn more about the program and courses
· Find full job descriptions and responsibilities
· Download an application
You may also contact us at *410-735-6185* or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Johns Hopkins is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.
Courses for 2009 include:
2nd– 5th Grade:Journeys and Explorations
Stories and Poems
The Ancient World
Writing and Reading Workshop
Writing Workshop: Modern Fantasy
Pirates: History and Culture
5th – 6th Grade: Writing and Imagination
Elements of Drama
Heroes and Villains
The Middle Ages
Model United Nations and Advanced Geography
7th Grade and Above: Race and Politics
Great Cases: American Legal History
Introduction to Logic
Foundations of Psychology
Beginning Ancient Greek
Logic: Principles of Reasoning
Philosophy of Mind
History of Western Art
Law and Politics in US History
Politics of the Middle East
The Asian Pacific Rim
Youth and Society: Service Learning
Medicine: East and West
Contemporary Issues in Chinese Modernization
Andalus: Culture and History of Moorish Spain
The Spanish Civil War
Introduction to Media Studies