All 2014 summer employment candidates must submit an online application and a current resume to be considered for a position. Even if you have previously worked for CTY Summer Programs, you will not be allowed to submit the online application without uploading a resume (or confirming that a previously uploaded resume is current). Below are further instructions and links to the 2014 CTY Summer Employment Application.
Note to candidates applying for instructor positions: Candidates applying for instructor positions (both new and returning) should provide a summary of teaching experience including:
You may include the teaching experience summary on your resume or upload it as a separate document when you submit your application using the Teaching Experience Summary template.
Candidates who have previously worked for CTY Summer Programs should access the online application by logging into MyCTY. Although you are not required to submit updated references or transcripts, you will be required to upload a resume or verify that the resume we have on file is current in order to submit your application.
Candidates who have not previously worked for CTY Summer Programs should access the CTY Summer Programs Employment Application for New Applicants. You will be required to upload a current resume in order to submit your online application. In addition to your application and resume, the following supporting documents are required:
If you already have your transcripts and completed reference forms at the time of your application, these may be uploaded along with your resume. Otherwise, please complete the application and, as soon as possible, email your transcript(s) and reference forms to email@example.com or fax them to 866-345-3731.
More details about supporting documentation can be found in the Supporting Documentation page.
For information regarding requesting accommodations for CTY summer employment, please visit Requesting Workplace Accommodations.
All candidates who successfully submit a completed application form will receive a confirmation email. After that point, the hiring process for CTY Summer Programs is as follows:
Johns Hopkins University is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, religion, age, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin, disability, marital status, veteran status, or any other occupationally irrelevant criteria. The university promotes affirmative action for minorities, women, disabled persons, and veterans.
“I had an amazing experience—it was a fun, relaxed, respectful, and hardworking environment all at once. There was an incredible energy in the classroom.”
From a CTY Teaching Assistant