Monday, April 14, 2014

Summer Work for Computer Science and Robotics Instructors

If you are a member of the CSTA you should have received this announcement via email. BUT if you didn’t or you are not a CSTA member (why not?) I thought this worth sharing.

Summer 2014 Employment Opportunities: Computer Science and Robotics Instructors

The Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth (CTY) is seeking instructors for summer programs. CTY offers challenging academic programs for highly talented middle and high school students from across the country and around the world. Information regarding our summer programs can be found at Positions are available at residential sites (room and board is provided in addition to salary) at various locations (see below) on the east and west coasts. A commuter site is also located in New York City.
We are currently seeking individuals with expertise in a number of Computer Science, Computer Programming, and Robotics courses. Graduate coursework is a desired qualification for instructor candidates.  Experience working with young students is a preferred qualification.

Active instructor openings at residential locations (room and board is provided in addition to salary):

  • Introduction to Robotics (5th and 6th graders): Bristol, RI and Chestertown, MD
  • Foundations of Programming (7th – 10th graders): Easton, PA
    ·         Fundamentals of Computer Science (7th – 10th graders): Lancaster, PA
  • Active instructor openings at commuter day site locations:
    • Introduction to Robotics (5th and 6th graders): New York City, NY

For detailed course descriptions, please visit
2014 Program Dates:
Session 1: June 29 - July 18
Session 2: July 19 - August 8
For a full list of locations and dates, please visit
More Information
Job Responsibilities, including salary:

To apply, please visit
Please email resumes and inquiries directly to Peter Bruno, (Introduction to Robotics) or Joshu Fisher, (Foundations of Programming and Fundamentals of Computer Science).

1 comment:

bethJ said...

Restech is also well known for its work with young students and schools. Engaging young people with robotics, and showing its not just for geeks.
They are based in Bristol, check out their site: