Individual departments hire their own teaching staff for the Summer Quarter. If you are a talented professor interested in developing and producing an innovative course, please contact the academic department in which you are interested in teaching.
Summer Opportunities for Stanford University Undergraduates and Graduates
Summer Residential Staff
Stanford Summer Session employs the University's undergraduates and recent graduates to serve as residential staff for students living on campus during the Summer Quarter. We are looking for students to serve as either Summer Resident Assistants (SRAs) in undergraduate residences or Mentors and Head Mentors in High School Summer College residences. The SRA and Mentor positions incorporate elements of an RA, NSO leader, and advisor by supporting student development individually and as a community. SRAs and Mentors live in the residences and are the visible summer role models and leaders for Summer Session students. SRAs and Mentors help develop educational opportunities that complement and extend classroom learning, in addition to planning fun recreational activities.
First-time SRAs and Mentors will be required to enroll in and successfully complete EDUC 192A: Interpersonal Learning & Leadership: An Introduction to the RA Role during the 2018 Spring Quarter.
Please visit the Summer Residential Staff job description for information on how to apply. Applications are due by 11:59 p.m. Pacific Time on Sunday, February 4, 2018.
SARC Program Coordinator
The Program Coordinator provides administrative and program support to Summer Academic Resource Center (SARC) leadership and staff. This position falls under the supervision of the SARC Tutor Manager and works with other members of the SARC team to ensure that the academic needs of Stanford Summer Session students are met. The Program Coordinator must be detail-oriented and comfortable organizing information, data, and schedules. They must be an exceptional administrator and ready to support the academic success of nearly 1,500 students.
Reporting to the Assistant Director for Admissions and Academic Support, the Tutor Manager has oversight over the day-to-day operations of the Summer Tutor Program, tutor supervision, weekly programming, and ensuring that the need of special populations are met. The Tutor Manager must be an exceptional administrator, ready to focus on program leadership and staff oversight, and take charge of the programming seeking to support the academic success of nearly 1,500 students.
Reporting to the SARC Tutor Manager, Summer Tutors often work in multiple subject areas and are assigned students according to an academic subject. In addition to holding regular drop-in group tutoring sessions, tutors design, promote, and implement academic workshops and study sessions. Tutors serve as academic role models for students.