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Last updated: May 9, 2013
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Science/Nature Director at
Camp Altitude is a 2-week sleep-away summer camp experience,
in New Jersey and California, for children and teenagers with
social cognitive challenges (Asperger's, verbal and nonverbal
learning disabilities, ADHD, PDD-NOS, High Functioning Autism)
who are entering the 6th through 12th grades. Camp Altitude
promotes social learning, executive functioning, and independent
living skills and creates opportunities to increase self-confidence
and to build friendships, all within the context of traditional
Camp Altitude is looking to hire a Nature/ Science Director
for Summer 2013. The Nature/ Science Director should have
a minimum of a Bachelors Degree and experience teaching and
writing curriculum for nature or science classes and activities.
We are seeking someone with patience, science knowledge, and
a good sense of humor who will be able to engage and work
with campers through High School age by conducting fun science
experiments, exploring the outdoors, and teaching about animals
and nature through fun activities and projects. A Masters
Degree and experience working with children and teenagers
in a leadership role is preferred. We are seeking individuals
who are available to participate in both of our camps this
summer (NJ- 6/27-7/13, CA- 7/18-8/3), who would live in the
college dorms, and be an integral part of the Altitude community.
For more information on our program, please visit our website
If you are interested in applying for one of the available
positions, please email your resume and a letter of interest
to our Program Director, Kirsten at Kirsten@altitudefamilies.com
or fax it to (914) 307-1674..
Apply now! We are currently interviewing! Application
deadline is June 1, 2013.
Instructors 2013 Summer Academic Programs
The Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth (CTY)
is a non-profit organization that provides academic programs
for gifted 2nd-12th grade students across the country and
around the world. We are currently seeking instructors for
our 2013 Summer Academic Programs in La Jolla, Pasadena, and
Los Angeles. The 2013 programs consists of two three-week
sessions from June 20th through July 12th , and July 13th
through August 2nd. Students are in class 5 days per week,
4 hours per day, divided into morning and afternoon sessions
with breaks in between. As a CTY instructor, you will gain
experience teaching gifted students, work in small classes
with approximately 12-14 students, have your own program assistant,
competitive salary, and a healthy lab budget for applicable
CTY is currently seeking instructors for our Science and
Engineering (5th/6th grade, La Jolla and Pasadena locations),
Flight Science (5th/6th grade, Los Angeles location), Inventions
(3rd/4th grade, all three locations), and Crystals and Polymers
(5th/6th grade, La Jolla location) courses. Competitive instructor
candidates for the Science and Engineering, Flight Science,
and Inventions courses have undergraduate and/or graduate
coursework in physics and experience teaching, and competitive
candidates for the Crystals and Polymers course have had undergraduate/graduate
coursework in Chemistry or Biochemistry and experience teaching.
Full course descriptions and our online application can be
found at http://www.cty.jhu.edu/summer/employment.
Interested candidates can send their resume or CV to Rosa
Villastrigo at email@example.com,
or by applying online.
CTY summer programs have a rolling deadline, so the sooner
you apply the better. Applications will be reviewed
through June 14th.