PK-12 schools do not typically list summer teaching jobs with Southern Teachers, but there are excellent opportunities for summer school employment with one of the prestigious organizations listed below.

Especially for beginning teacher candidates, the summer school experience gained working with one of these organizations is a mark of distinction on a resume. Undertaking these responsibilities demonstrates to school administrators your enthusiasm for working with kids. Furthermore, the skills you develop in managing and motivating students in one of these summer teaching jobs encourage school administrators to believe in your potential for success in the classroom.

Breakthrough Collaborative

www.breakthroughcollaborative.org

Duke University
Pre-College Programs

www.learnmore.duke.edu

St. Paul's School 

Advanced Studies Program (ASP Summer)

 www.sps.edu 

John Hopkins University
Center for Talented Youth

cty.jhu.edu

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