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Math, Science, and Computer Science Instructor Positions

Information for Prospective Instructors and Teaching Assistants of Mathematics, Science, or Computer Science Courses

Hiring for CTY Online Programs is very competitive. Each year, we receive many more applications than we have positions available. Because our student enrollment varies during the year, we need instructors and teaching assistants who can begin work as soon as possible after being hired, often as soon as the necessary background checks are completed.

Information about Online Programs Math, Science, and Computer Science Courses

For a list of Online Programs math, science, and computer science courses, please visit the Online Programs Catalog.

For further information, please visit the  How Online Programs Courses Work webpage. Note that all mathematics, computer science, and science courses below the AP level are individually paced courses.

Current Full-time and Part-time Openings for Math, Science, and Computer Science Instructors and Teaching Assistants

Hiring is an ongoing process, depending upon student enrollment. It is fair to say that an applicant's best chance of being hired will be during the summer, so applying during the spring is a good idea.

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