Duke Talent Identification Program (TIP) Info Sessions

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The Duke University Talent Identification Programs (Duke TIP) employs over 1,000 professors, teachers, graduate students, undergraduate students, engineers, nurses, counselors and more in the Atlanta area and across the southeast.

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The Duke University Talent Identification Programs (Duke TIP) employs over 1,000 professors, teachers, graduate students, undergraduate students, engineers, nurses, counselors and more in the Atlanta area and across the southeast.

Georgia Tech, Agnes Scott, and UGA as well as 15+ other universities in North Carolina, Florida, Louisiana, Tennessee, and Texas host the Duke TIP program during the summer. The summer programs offer month-long employment opportunities in both June and July to support the academic and residential components of the TIP program. Students from 5th grade to 10th grade dive deep into rigorous curriculum while in class during the day and build community through enriching residential programming during the evenings and weekends.  

If you’d like to be considered for a summer 2019 position as an InstructorTeaching AssistantResidential CounselorNurse or Nurse’s AssistantPsychological Counselor, or Site Administrator, attend a drop-in information session.

If you can’t attend, you can still apply at employment application  and email your resume to msears@tip.duke.edu. Applications must be completed to be considered for employment.

Drop-In Info Sessions

September 19, 2018 -  6:30-9:30am| Hilton Garden Inn Atlanta Midtown | 97 10th Street NW | Atlanta, GA 30309

Questions? Garry Crites - gcrites@tip.duke.edu

September 19, 2018 -  6:30-9:30am|  DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel - Atlanta - Northlake | 4156 Lavista Rd.|  Atlanta, GA 30084

Questions? Lindsay Smith - lhsmith@tip.duke.edu

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