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Summer Job Opportunities for Educators


Baltimore City Schools
City Schools offers summer learning opportunities for students across the city in every grade. Jobs at these programs include teachers, social workers, hall monitors, and many more and are open to current City Schools employees. Please follow the steps below to apply.

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Center for Talented Youth

John Hopkins’ Center for Talented Youth (CTY) program is a nonprofit dedicated to identifying and developing the talents of academically advanced pre-college students around the world. We serve bright learners and their families through our research, advocacy, and counseling, as well as our signature gifted and talented summer, online, international, and family programs. There are more than 165,000 CTY alumni around the world, including the founders of Facebook and Google, Regeneron Science Talent Search winners, Rhodes Scholars, and MacArthur Fellows. 

John Hopkins CTY will host to a 90-minute virtual information session to share a variety of summer employment opportunities on Monday, March 30, 2020 at 7:00pm EST.  During this session, participants will interact with members of our Summer Programs team regarding their exciting work with our talented students. Team members will provide an overview of the available employment opportunities as well an introduction to the experience onsite at our campuses. To learn more about this session, please click here:  

If you’d like to attend this info session, please complete the registration form by visiting . Once you register, you will receive a confirmation email inclusive of the virtual room login information. 

Urban Mobility & Equity Center at Morgan State University
Program Coordinator
​The Urban Mobility & Equity Center at Morgan State University is seeking a Program Coordinator to be responsible for its summer programs. The main responsibility is coordinating the National Summer Transportation Institute, which takes place for four weeks in July. The program serves 15-20 high school students, introducing them to the fields of transportation and engineering as well as STEM concepts. The coordinator works 40 hours per week in June and July, and 20 hours per week for the rest of the year; the 20-hour work weeks are flexible. For more information, please call 443.885.3666 or email Click here to read more about the position.

The Urban Mobility & Equity Center at Morgan State University is hiring a teacher for its National Summer Transportation Institute July 6-July 31, 2020. Those hired will teach 15 high school students who have applied to this competitive program (two teachers per 15 students). The focus is on STEM concepts, SAT prep and college readiness. Pay is $25 per hour. For more information, please call 443.885.3666 or email​ Click here to read more about the position.