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 Hiring Calendar (summer 2022 sessions)

Online Employment Applications Due:   February 13
Virtual Interviews Conducted:   February 14-19
In-person Interviews Conducted:   March 5
Decisions Emailed to Candidates by:   March 11
Mandatory Coaches and Directors Training with NCSU:   April 2 OR May 7
Mandatory All Staff On Site Training:   June 25

Note on in person interviews:  Interviews for our summer program coaches will take place on campus at Queens University.  Those candidates selected for an interview will receive a detailed email with the health and safety measures that will be in place (including cleanings, distancing, and health screening information).

Available Positions 2021-2022

  • Must be a certified teacher or degree in progress college student
  • Must be willing to participate in NCSU Mandatory Coaches Training on April 2 (at Queens University of Charlotte) OR May 7 (at NCSU)
  • Must be willing to participate Mandatory All Staff Training on June 25 at Queens University of Charlotte.
  • Hours: Monday – Friday 8am – 4pm
  • Salary for certified teacher $900 per week
  • Salary for degree in progress college student $600 per week

Coaches are the camp’s premier engineering guides. They are responsible for leading a team of up to 12 students. The coaches will facilitate engineering activities, mentor, and provide team management skills.  Applicants should be highly-motivated, hands-on individuals who work well with peers and children. No engineering education experience is necessary but enthusiasm for kids and a passion for learning is a must.

  • Must have experience working with children
  • Must be willing to participate in NCSU Mandatory Coaches Training on April 2 (at Queens University of Charlotte) OR May 7 (at NCSU)
  • Must be willing to participate in Mandatory All Staff Training on June 25 at Queens University of Charlotte
  • Hours: Monday – Friday 8am – 4pm
  • Salary: $1100 per week

Our assistant director works closely with our camp director to ensure that all camp activities run smoothly.  They will assist with supervision at carpool, recess, and transitions between camp activities.  They will ensure that activities are executed correctly by our coaches.

  • Must have experience working with children
  • Must be willing to participate in NCSU Mandatory Coaches Training on April 2 (at Queens University of Charlotte) OR May 7 (at NCSU)
  • Must be willing to participate in Mandatory All Staff Training on June 25 at Queens University of Charlotte
  • Hours: Monday 12pm – 4pm; Tuesday – Thursday 9am – 4pm; Friday 9am – 12pm
  • Salary: $750 per week

Our technology coach is responsible for designing and implementing activities involving 3D printing and CAD programming.

  • Must be willing to participate in Mandatory All Staff Training on June 25 at Queens University of Charlotte
  • Hours: Monday – Friday 8am – 4pm
  • Salary: $600 per week

Our resource room manager is responsible for the set up and break down of all camp activities.  It is their job to ensure all materials are correctly dispersed based on the activity.  They are responsible for leading a team of high school volunteers.  

  • Must have experience working with children
  • Must be willing to participate in Mandatory All Staff Training on June 25 at Queens University of Charlotte
  • Hours: Mondays – Friday 8am – 3pm
  • Salary: $1000 per week

Our nurse for summer camps are responsible for the administering of medication and simple first aid.  They will communicate with parents if there is a health incident at camp.

  • Candidates must be a high school student.
  • Preference given to those who are able to volunteer for at least two weeks (80 hours).
  • Must be willing to participate in All Staff Training on June 25 at Queens University of Charlotte.

High school volunteers are the camp’s invaluable behind-the-scenes helpers. Besides having fun while interacting with the campers each day, high school volunteers are responsible for assembling the groups’ engineering materials in advance for each of the Engineering Design Challenges. High school volunteers will assist with morning and afternoon carpools and assist campers while in the dining hall. High school volunteers must be friendly, enthusiastic, organized, and industrious.

  • Must have experience working with children
  • Hours: Mondays 3:30pm-6:00pm and/or Thursday 4:30pm-7:00pm
  • Salary: $15 per hour

Coaches are the camp’s premier engineering guides. They are responsible for leading a team of approximately 12 students. The coaches will facilitate engineering activities, mentor, and provide team management skills.  Applicants should be highly-motivated, hands-on individuals who work well with peers and children. No engineering education experience is necessary but enthusiasm for kids and a passion for learning is a must.

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