The TIP CRISIS program is now accepting applications for Instructors, Teaching Assistants and Residential Counselors.
Each year, Duke TIP hires more than a thousand seasonal employees to staff its educational programs in both online and face-to-face formats. Our programs take place at locations across the country—primarily in Southeast, Southwest, and Midwest states—and at selected international locations. Our seasonal program staff members teach innovative courses to academically talented students, design dynamic social activities that support their emotional and social development, and create a supportive community that encourages lifelong friendships.
Creating a successful educational program for academically talented students requires a team of dedicated staff members working together. We typically hire individuals to work in one of three functional areas: administrative, instructional, and residential. Don’t worry if you aren’t sure which area you are most qualified for: when you apply, we will review your experience, qualifications, and preferences against all open positions and let you know how your skills and experiences might best contribute to our student experience.
When you work for TIP, you gain invaluable experience working with youth, develop new skills that can help you in whatever career path you choose, and have the opportunity to work with the most amazing group of motivated students you will ever encounter. When you become a part of our team, you also receive a competitive salary, and join a very special, collaborative TIP community.
CRISIS offers you the opportunity to work with gifted rising 6th and 7th graders at one of five sites. Visit our CRISIS website for more details.
We have opportunities at the following campus locations:
- Agnes Scott College in Decatur, GA
- Belmont University in Nashville, TN
- Meredith College in Raleigh, NC
- Eckerd College in St. Petersburg, FL
- Southwestern University in Georgetown, TX
Staff members must commit to work the entire program, June 15-July 14, except for Meredith College which extends until July 21.
Learn more at tip.duke.edu/employment.