My name is Jarvis McInnis, and I'm Director of Academic & Student Services for the W.E.B. Du Bois Scholars Institute. Housed on the campus of Princeton University, the Du Bois Institute is an intensive academic and leadership program for high-achieving middle and high school students from underrepresented backgrounds.
We are currently seeking instructors for the following courses:
1. Mathematical Logic
2. Mathematical Reasoning
3. W.E.B. Du Bois Seminar
4. Intro. to Economics, Finance, & Investment
5. Plutocracy, Technology, and Globalization: Economic Transformations
6. Contemporary Issues in Southeast Asia
7. Contemporary Issues in the Middle East
8. Caribbean & Latin American Social Movements OR Caribbean & Latin America Migrations
Qualifications for each position include:
1. Relevant graduate coursework and/or research experience
2. Prior teaching experience is preferable, but not required
The program will run from June 22-July 27, 2013. Compensation is approximately $1500-$2000 per course/section taught and is commensurate with teaching experience.
Additionally, we are seeking upper level undergraduates, recent college graduates, and/or graduate students to join our residence staff. As the engines of the Institute, the Residence Counselors & Mentors (RCMs) are responsible for ensuring students' safety and well-being, as well as managing and overseeing the Institute's day-to-day operations. General duties include but are not limited to: attending classes to observe student performance; organizing leadership workshops; tutoring students; accompanying students on field trips; mentoring students; and organizing recreational activities. Room and board are covered by the Institute, as well as a $300 travel stipend for out-of-state staff members. Compensation for this position ranges from $1800-$2000. There is also the possibility to work in a dual capacity as both an instructor and an RCM, in which case compensation can be as much as $3500.
Interested parties should send a cover letter and CV/resume to email@example.com no later than Friday, March 15th. For more information about the W.E.B. Du Bois Scholars Institute, please visit our website at www.duboisscholars.org.
Jarvis C. McInnis
Director of Academic & Student Services
W.E.B. Du Bois Scholars Institute
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