Thank you for your interest in working with WashU Pre-College Programs. The application process for the 2020 summer has closed. Applications for next summer will open October 1.
Program Assistants (PAs)
APPLICANTS MUST BE 18 YEARS OR OLDER
Residential Program Assistant
As a Residential Program Assistant, you serve as an advisor and mentor in residence for individuals and groups of students. You plan social events, chaperone weekend outings, provide academic and residential support, and ensure program policies and procedures are followed.
Classroom Program Assistant
As a Classroom Program Assistant, you serve as an advisor and mentor for individuals and groups of students in the classroom, chaperone field trips, ensure program policies and procedures are followed, evaluate student performance, and provide assistance to instructors.
Marketing and Support Program Assistant
As the Marketing and Support Program Assistant, you provide support to students and staff as well as complete a series of marketing tasks including creating website content, conducting interviews, managing social media content, and taking promotional photographs. Must have reliable access to a vehicle.
APPLICANTS WITH A BACHELOR'S DEGREE BY MAY 31, 2020. THESE POSITIONS ARE CONSIDERED FULL-TIME TEMPORARY POSITIONS.
The role of the Residential Supervisor is to live on campus, oversee Residential Program Assistants, serve as an emergency contact, and facilitate a successful residential experience for all students.
The role of the Academic Supervisor is to live on campus, lead academic support activities, monitor student academic performance, serve as an emergency contact, and facilitate a successful academic experience for all students.
The role of the Program Supervisor is to oversee Classroom Program Assistants, serve as program liaison with instructors and guest lecturers, coordinate program logistics, serve as an emergency contact, and facilitate a successful daytime experience for all students.
For Washington University faculty interested in instructor positions with our High School Summer Institutes or Middle School Summer Challenge, please contact Becki Baker, Director of Pre-College Programs, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Staff Code of Conduct
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