Think you could create an awesome summer course in the biologicalv sciences for advanced high school students? Then apply to teach for
Junction is a project of the Educational Studies Program (ESP), a MIT student group that connects undergraduate and graduate students who want to teach to middle school and high school students who want to learn. Junction is an academic summer program geared towards motivated high schoolers, and runs four nights per week for six weeks during the summer (July 9 through August 16 this year).
Junction hires two types of teachers:
core teachers and seminar teachers. We are just concluding our core teacher recruitment and are looking for more applicants to teach courses in biological sciences, engineering, languages and literatures, and the arts. This is your
chance to *design your own* college-level course on anything that you find exciting, from biomedical engineering to SciFi literature. Core
teachers are paid a stipend of $1650 and are provided a generous budget to fund cool labs and other class activities. The original
deadline to apply was Jan. 27, but we are providing extensions to allow for new applicants in the aforementioned subject areas.
To learn more or to apply, visit
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ASAP if you are interested or if you have any questions.