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Subject:   Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth
Author: nhan
Date: May 26 2006
There are still some positions left, particularily in Advanced Cryptography, if
anyone is looking for a summer teaching job.  Thanks.

-Nara Han (han.nara@jhu.edu)

MATH AND COMPUTER SCIENCE TEACHING OPPORTUNITIES
STILL AVAILABLE FOR THIS SUMMER
www.cty.jhu.edu/summer/employment

Johns Hopkins University - Center for Talented Youth (CTY)
We are seeking enthusiastic mathematics and computer science teachers, graduate
students, and undergraduate students to instruct in our summer programs for
gifted elementary, middle, and high school students. CTY offers intense,
3-week academic programs for highly talented students from across the country
and around the world.
  
When:
Session 1: June 22 July 15
Session 2: July 15 August 5
Instructors and teaching assistants can work one or both sessions.
  
Salary:
Instructors start at $1940 $2940 per 3-week session
Room and board is provided at our residential sites.
  
Courses Available:
For complete course descriptions, visit:
http://www.cty.jhu.edu/summer/employment/math_cs.html
 
Older Students (Grades 7 and above) Math Instructor Openings
Cryptology Carlise, PA (both sessions), Lancaster, PA (session 1)
Advanced Cryptology Princeton, NJ (session 1)
Probability and Game Theory Lancaster, PA (session 1)
Geometry and Its Applications Easton, PA (session 1), Santa Cruz, CA (session
2)
Mathematical Modeling Saratoga Springs, NY (both sessions)
Mathematical Logic Loudonville, NY (session1)
 
Young Students (Grades 2 through 6) Math Instructor Openings
Geometry and Spatial Sense Pasadena, CA* (session 1), Sandy Spring, MD*
(session 1)
Inductive and Deductive Reasoning Palo Alto, CA (both sessions), Sandy Spring,
MD* (session 1)
Individually-Paced Math Sequence Thousand Oaks, CA (both sessions), Palo
Alto, CA (session 1), Sandy Spring, MD* (sessions1)
Math Problem Solving Pasadena, CA* (session 1), West Los Angeles, CA* (session
1)
 
Older Students (Grades 7 and above) Computer Science Instructor Openings
Introduction to Programming Bristol, RI (both sessions), Thousand Oaks, CA
(session 2), Easton, PA (session 2)
Fundamentals of Computer Science Saratoga Springs, NY (both sessions),
Loudonville, NY (session 2)
 
Young Students (Grades 2 through 6) Computer Science Instructor Openings
Introduction to Robotics Sandy Spring, MD* (session 1)
 
*Day site. Staff must reside within commuting distance as room and board is not
provided.
 
As soon as possible, please send an email message indicating the position(s) in
which you are interested along with an updated copy of your resume or CV to
han.nara@jhu.edu
 
Johns Hopkins University is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.

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