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Teach Reading Classes to Students of All Ages  

The Institute of Reading Development is now hiring summer teachers for our reading programs for students of all ages. In these programs we combine skills instruction with the experience of reading and discussing really good books. We help our students develop strong fluency and comprehension skills. Our mission is to inspire a lifelong love of reading.  

This is a great opportunity to do challenging and meaningful work in a supportive environment. Teaching experience is valuable but not necessary, and we do not require teaching certification. We welcome your application, whether you are an upcoming or recent college grad, a graduate student, or a current teacher.   

  Our Teachers:   

  • Earn between $600-$700 per week.  

  • Receive comprehensive paid training and ongoing support.   

  • Gain over 250 hours of experience teaching their own classes to students from 4-year-olds to adults.  

  Schedule Details and Commitment:  

  • 10-week seasonal commitment: 3 weeks of paid training followed by 6-7 weeks of teaching.  

  • 37-42 hours per week.  

  • Schedules consist of five days of teaching per week, including both weekend days.  

  • Flexible start dates throughout May and June. Please see the application for more details.   

  • Entry-level position, with opportunities for continued employment with the Institute after the summer.  

  Successful Institute Teachers:  

  • Have strong reading skills and read fiction for pleasure.  

  • Are responsible and hard-working, with strong communication and organizational skills.  

  • Are comfortable and confident with technology.  

  • Have a bachelor's degree or higher.  

  • Are active, patient, and supportive with students and parents.  

 We teach most of our students online and hire remote teachers throughout the country. In select metropolitan regions we also offer in-person classes on the campuses of our partner universities.  Teaching schedules in these regions may include both online and in-person classes. To apply, click here

Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth

At the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth (CTY), students explore their interests and challenge themselves academically while belonging to a vibrant learning community and making lifelong friends. As part of our On-Campus Summer Programs team, you can develop invaluable skills, grow your professional networks, and make friends while earning a competitive salary and working closely with bright students from around the world. Our On-Campus Summer Programs are held at esteemed colleges, universities, and schools around the United States.

Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth

PIKSI-Boston Summer Institute 2023

PIKSI - Philosophy in an Inclusive Key Summer Institutes - are undergraduate summer diversity institutes founded to encourage students from groups currently underrepresented in philosophy to pursue advanced studies in philosophy and continue on to the professoriate. 

When: July 9-17, 2023

Where: Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

Click here to Apply

If you have questions about PIKSI-Boston, please contact us at 

HBCU 2023 Summer Fellowship

The BPDA Community Engagement Fellowship is a 12-week summer program that pairs Black undergraduate and graduate HBCU students who aspire to do racial equity and community defense work with public defender offices. The program is open to students seeking careers in all areas of public defense.

Application Deadline: March 31, 2023

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