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2020 CTY Summer Programs - Returning Staff Application

Center for Talented Youth
2020 Summer Programs Staff Application


The Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth (CTY) Summer Programs offers enriching summer opportunities for students and professionals interested in instructing or supporting very bright and engaged students in a challenging and nurturing academic community unlike any other. Thank you for your interest in employment with CTY Summer Programs, and we are excited that you are interested in being a part of our talented team.


In order to complete the application, you will be required to upload a current resume and provide information about your education and employment history. If you need to stop at any point to collect additional information, you may save your progress and resume your application at a later time.


Note about transcripts: If you have not previously worked for CTY Summer Programs, you must also provide transcript(s) from all of your undergraduate and graduate institutions. Unofficial copies are acceptable. These may be uploaded along with your resume in the My Documents section.


If you have any questions or difficulties as you go through the application, please don’t hesitate to contact us at 410-735-6185 or ctysummer@jhu.edu.


Thank you,

CTY Summer Programs Staff


The Center for Talented Youth hires for the following positions:

Academic Counselor General Assistant Teaching Assistant
Academic Dean Resident Assistant Health Assistant
Academic Dean's Assistant Residential Program Assistant Instructor
Dean of Residential Life Senior Resident Assistant Marine Science Site Administrator
Dean of Students Site Director Office Manager
Dean of Students’ Assistant Site Nurse Program Assistant


In the following courses:


Anatomy and Physiology

Comparative Law Mathematical Modeling


Cognitive Psychology Fundamentals of Microeconomics
Fast-Paced High School Biology Dissent Mathematics of Competitive Behavior
Biotechnology Exploring Ethics The Mathematics of Money

The Sensory Brain

Existentialism: On Being Human Math Problem Solving


Gender Bending: A Cultural History Numbers: Zero to Infinity

Examining the Evidence

The Olympics Paradoxes and Infinities

The Edible World

Human Rights and Justice Mathematical Logic


Human Nature and Technology Number Theory

The Global Environment

Introduction to Logic Topology

Introduction to Biomedical Sciences

Journeys and Explorations Astrophysics


Law and Politics in US History Principles of Engineering Design

Through the Microscope

Investigations in Engineering Investigations in Engineering

Science, Technology, and Public Policy

Linguistics: The Science of Language Inventions: How Things Work

Fast-Paced High School Chemistry

Logic: Principles of Reasoning Fast-Paced High School Physics

Chemistry in Society

Philosophy of Mind The Physics of Engineering

Crystals and Polymers

You Will Be Offended: Satire, Comedy and Public Discourse Advanced Topics in Physics: Special Relativity

Foundations of Programming

Playing God: The Ethics of Human Subjects Research Introduction to Astronomy

Data Structures and Algorithms

Philosophy The Graphic Novel

Fundamentals of Computer Science

International Politics Heroes and Villains


Foundations of Psychology Fiction and Poetry

Be a Scientist!

Race and Politics Behind the Mask: Superheroes Revealed

The Chesapeake Bay

Toyology Writing Workshop: Modern Fantasy

Cloudy with a Chance of Science

Model United Nations and Advanced Geography Politics and Film

Marine Ecology

Cryptology Persuasion and Propaganda


Combinatorics and Graph Theory Utopias and Dystopias

Space: To Infinity and Beyond

Data and Chance Whodunit?: Mystery and Suspense in Literature and Film

Science Spoilers

Probability and Game Theory Being a Reader, Becoming a Writer

Whales and Estuary Systems

Geometry through Art Writing and Imagination

The Ancient World

Geometry and Spatial Sense Writing Your World

The Art and Science of


Number Theory

Big Questions

Great Discoveries in Mathematics Etymologies: The Roots of English


Inductive and Deductive Reasoning

Macroeconomics and the Global Economy

Great Cases: American Legal History

Game Theory and Economics

Crafting the Essay



The successful candidate(s) for this position will be subject to a pre-employment background check.

If you are interested in applying for employment with The Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth and require special assistance or accommodation during any part of the pre-employment process, please contact CTY Disability Services at: 410-735-6215 or cty-disabilities@jhu.edu.  For TTY users, dial 711 for Maryland Relay.

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