The Yale Pathways Summer Scholars Program
The Yale Pathways Summer Scholars Programs bring over 150 local New Haven high school students to campus to take part in STEM, Arts, and Humanities classes with Yale faculty members for two 2-week sessions (June 21-July 7 in Arts & Humanities; July 5-21 in STEM). Local high school students will have opportunities to learn about art-making, art history, archiving at the Beinecke, coding, neuroscience, engineering, college essay writing, and more.
We are seeking Yale undergraduate and graduate students to serve as Teaching Assistants and Program Coordinators who provide mentorship to high school students, plan activities, aid instructors as teaching assistants, help with logistical needs of the program, and supervise students. There are 2-week and 5-week teaching assistant opportunities, 2-week residential teaching assistant positions, and opportunities to work on logistical planning leading up to the program dates, if interested. To see the closing video for the STEM program, go to https://onha.yale.edu/Scholar22Video.
Students must be available to work one or both sessions: June 21-July 7 (Arts) or July 5-July 21 (STEM), with an opportunity to work on logistical preparation before and after program dates. Teaching Assistant hours are 8:30am to 4:30pm. Part time positions are available. The position requires maturity, energy, enthusiasm, a genuine interest in young people, good organizational skills, and a sense of humor. Previous work with youth is preferred but not required. Content knowledge in arts and/or STEM areas is not required. For more information and to apply, search “Pathways” on at http://www.yalestudentjobs.org
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