Undergraduate counselors needed for summer math camp

MathPath is a residential summer program for students aged 11-14 (typically middle schoolers) who are exceptionally gifted in mathematics. Candidates for this position should be individuals who love math – particularly interesting, accessible problems and puzzles, and love working with, spending time with, and caring for younger students (aged 11-14). For a detailed job description, please see our website: http://www.mathpath.org/Faculty&Staff/CounselorJobDescription.htm

 

We are looking for current undergraduate students, who have declared a major in Mathematics (or Computer Science), or who have not yet declared a major but have serious interest in mathematics. Please see our website for more detailed information about qualifications and the application process: http://www.mathpath.org/Faculty&Staff/counselorAppln.htm

 

We are reaching out because, at this time, we are in particular need of more applicants who are non-female-identifying.

 

If you have a potential candidate at your institution who you think would be a good fit for this position, please write to April Verser, Camp Director, at april.j.verser@gmail.com no later than Wednesday, February 27, 2019, and provide the candidate’s contact information.

 

The initial deadline for applying to this position was 2/15/2019. We are going to begin our application review process imminently, but we have need for more non-female-identifying applicants to fill our positions, so we will accept late applications on a rolling, first-come, first-served basis. Students who are interested in applying late should reach out to april.j.verser@gmail.com to verify that positions are still available and to receive an adjusted deadline for applications and recommendation letters.

 

If you have any questions, would like more information about the position, please email Camp Director April Verser at april.j.verser@gmail.com.

 

We look forward to hearing from some of you – thank you for your time in considering this position for your students.

 

Sincerely,

MathPath Leadership Team