To be eligible, you must have a minimum 2.6 GPA, be enrolled as a student at UT, and be dependable. You may count this internship as your required ULN internship in the Fall and apply for a paid internship in the Summer. Summer interns will be paid $12/hour. Summer positions include a few hours of Spring training.
Videographer/Photographer (be prepared to bring examples of your work to your interview) - In this postion you will help document our activies during our UT PREP summer camp program and providing video and photographic representation of our activities on campus for parents, community partners, and reporting purposes.
Public Relations Intern - You will be managing external communication of UT PREP activities with community partners and parents via social media channels, Flickr, and the UTeach Outreach webpage.
College & Career Exploration Intern- In this position you will help a certified teacher mentor campers for college success and lead tours around UT's campus
Office Assistant- In this position you will gain professional office experience by performing clerical tasks that support the UT PREP summer camp program. Tasks can include answering phones, hosting guests, grant writting, and budget management.
Lab Manager - This job consists of assisting the UT PREP staff with packing materials for lessons being taught in our summer camps. You will also prepare material orders, maintain inventory and keep the lab clean and organized.
Social Work Support - You will assist a licensed social worker as you help meet the social-emotional needs of our summer campers in 6th-10th grade
Assistant Program Coordinator - This position allows you to help manage the day-to-day operations of the UT PREP summer camp program and gain hands-on experience working with a non-profit.
Engineering / Maker Intern - Engineering interns support a certified teacher to deliver hands-on lessons to groups of 6th and 7th graders. Build bridges and launch bottle rockets this summer! Great for those of you pursuing a career in any engineering topic.
Mathematical Problem Solving Intern (Algebra to Pre-Calculus) - Mathematical Problem Solving Interns support a certified teacher to deliver hands-on lessons to groups of 6th-8th graders. The Problem Solving team ensures that our students like math and feel comfortable manipulating numbers and equations.
Computer Science Intern – These interns have the option of teaching Arduino to groups of 6th-8th graders OR helping a certified teacher teach C++, Java, and other programming languages to a small class of 9th & 10th graders. Great for those of you interested in computer science or who are pursuing a career in teaching or computer science.
Logic Intern – Logic interns help a certified teacher lead 6th and 7th graders through topics in symbolic logic and set theory.
Physics intern (must have made an A in a semester of college physics or placed out of it) – Physics interns help a certified teacher deliver hands-on lessons to groups of 7th and 8thgraders. Build mousetrap cars and electric circuits this summer! Great for anyone wanting to teach, pursuing a career in physics, or who is passionate about discovering the way the world around us works.
Algebraic Structures Intern – in this position, you would assist a certified teacher in leading groups of 7th & 8th graders through topics in abstract/modern algebra.
Statistics intern (must have taken at least 1 semester of college statistics including "R" programming and have made an A) – the Statistics intern helps a certified teacher teach groups of 8th and 9th graders topics in Statistics using “R” programming. These students then design their own independent inquiry, perform it in a UT research lab, and then bring the data back to your class to analyze it with your support.
Research Methods Intern (must have made an B+ or better in Research Methods or equivalent lab course) – In this position, you would help a certified teacher mentor 8th and 9th graders as they design and implement their own independent inquiry in a UT research lab. The culmination of this class is a college-level research project. Having taken Statistics in high school or college is a plus.