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Interesting Summer Job

I don't usually post job notices, but I was speaking to Dawn Butler from Johns Hopkins University and they are offering a really interesting opportunity for computer science teachers looking for something interesting to do this summer.

The Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth (CTY) has a sudden opening for a summer computer science teacher in Los Angeles, CA at their site hosted by Loyola Marymount University. It begins immediately and ends July 15. They will provide travel to and from the location, room and board at LMU, and a salary that ranges from $2,040 to $2,940 (depending upon education and teaching experience). A second position from July 15-August 5 is also available at nearby Cal Lutheran University and so the Center is willing to offer employment for the entire summer.

These three-week courses are designed for academically talented students ages 12-16 who took the SAT as 7th or 8th graders and scored at or above the mean for college bound high school seniors. Algebra 1 is a pre-requisite. There are 15 students in a class, and each instructor has a full time teaching assistant, usually a computer science major. Additionally, every instructor is paired with a teaching assistant.

More information about the course is available at: http://cty.jhu.edu/summer/employment/math_cs.html#fcps

Desired qualifications are a bachelor's degree and experience teaching computer science. Interested candidates should immediately email a resume to ctycarlos @jhu.edu or call him 410-735-6194 for more information. More complete information on the position is available at www.cty.jhu.edu/summer/employment/inst.html

Chris Stephenson
Executive Director

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