Summer Youth Program

SMU Summer Youth Program

Summer Youth Instructor & Intern Positions

Are you passionate about teaching and interested in technology? Gain experience working with innovative, hands-on learning models and help us to promote the intersection of creativity and technology in the classroom.  SMU Continuing and Professional Education (CAPE) will offer multiple positions for INSTRUCTORS and INTERNS at its Summer Youth Program at SMU-in-Plano during the summer months.  Join us to inspire students and be part of a dynamic team this summer!

PLEASE NOTE:

  • ALL instructors and interns must be able to pass a criminal background check.
  • Job requirements, application procedures, and deadlines differ for instructors and interns. 
    Please read the position descriptions and application instructions carefully.

  • We do not have the available resources or staff to conduct informational interviews. An applicant whose submission passes the preliminary screening may be invited for a personal or phone interview.

  • Application Deadlines:
    Instructors: Friday, March 28
    Interns: Friday, April 4 (EXTENDED!)

INSTRUCTORS

We are seeking enthusiastic, motivated, and talented individuals to facilitate workshops for students in elementary school through high school using a variety of techniques to facilitate activities and projects.

Instructors will teach exciting workshops such as video game creation, movie making, animation, robotics, and will be responsible for the well-being and positive educational experiences of the students. These positions are perfect for classroom teachers, graduate students, and program experts who work in the fields of filmmaking, programming, or gaming.  

Instructor salary commensurate with experience.

Instructor Application Process:

Please find more information and complete application instructions here.
Click here to submit an application.
You must submit an online application in order to be considered. Please do not submit information or inquiries via e-mail or phone.

 

INTERNSHIPS

Interns will work closely with program staff and classroom instructors to facilitate workshops for students in Kindergarten through high school.  Through this internship, participants will gain hands-on teaching experience and will build instructional skills using a variety of techniques to facilitate activities and projects. The Summer Youth Program Internship is ideal for those wishing to gain experience with art and/or technology education, classroom teaching, or curriculum development. 

This position will be paid an honorarium of $2400.

Internship Application Process:
Please find more information and complete application instructions here.