Duke University Talent Identification Program (TIP) is Hiring

Summer Employment Opportunities

If outreach and education are passions of yours, consider this opportunity to engage with future scholars in your field!

Duke TIP

The Duke Talent Identification Program (Duke TIP) offers undergraduate level coursework to highly gifted middle and high school students at our university sites across the Southeast and beyond. A wide variety of program models allow Duke TIP to serve students across grade levels and in varying time frames throughout the year.

Duke TIP is currently seeking content specialists to serve as instructors and instructional assistants for our Summer Studies and Field Studies programs during June and/or July 2016. The instructor position requires at least a year of graduate coursework, professional experience, and/or teaching experience with specific emphasis in the subject area, while the instructional assistant position requires completion of at least two years of college. Duke TIP provides pedagogical training and support throughout your term of employment, therefore teaching experience is not required.

A list of all our course and site offerings as well as full course descriptions can be found at www.tip.duke.edu/positions. Sort by program then by strand (subject area) and/or site location. For details about each program and specific employment dates, explore “About our Programs”.

All of our teaching positions include salary and room and board in the way of compensation, and are a wonderful opportunity to develop your teaching repertoire while working with dedicated students and talented professionals from across many disciplines.

Learn more and apply at www.tip.duke.edu/employment.

For questions, please contact Sally Starrfield, sstarrfield@tip.duke.edu
Phone, 919.681.6980″

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