Thank you for considering joining the Early Talent Identification Program team! Please review the job descriptions below and we will be in touch. If you have any questions, please contact us at [email protected].

Teacher Assistant (TA)

Openings for Spring Break (March 16-20, 2021)
Openings for the ETIP Summer Experience (June 14 - July 23, 2021)

Job Description and Roles

The Early Talent Identification Program seeks talented teacher assistants (TA) to facilitate small group sessions in collaboration with week-long online courses as well as rolling courses offered throughout the year. Each course is project-based and encompasses black history, leadership, and social/emotional development.

ETIP teacher assistants are responsible for grading students’ work, giving specific feedback regarding assignments, holding students accountable for quality work, encouraging work ethic, and answering students’ questions regarding academic expectations.

To apply, please email your cover letter and resume to [email protected].  One professional letter of recommendation is required from a college professor. 

Skills & Knowledge Required

  • Knowledgeable in student-centered learning practices
  • Familiar with online course delivery platforms such as Google Classroom, Canvas, etc.
  • Skilled at engaging academically diverse learners 
  • Proficient in time-management

Minimum Experience & Requirements

  • 30 college credits completed
  • Available two evenings per week

Preferred Experience & Requirements

  • Education major or significant coursework in related concentration
  • Completed College Composition I & II
  • 1-2 years student tutoring/facing experience
  • Experience working with  elementary and middle school students

Teacher, Institute for Black History & Leadership

Openings for Spring Break courses (March 16 - 20, 2021)
Openings for rolling courses throughout the year

Job Description and Roles

The Early Talent Identification Program, Institute for Black History & Leadership seeks talented and motivated elementary and middle school teachers to teach virtual courses for 4th-8th grade students during Spring Break, March 15-19, 2021 as well as on a rolling basis throughout the year. Ideal candidates will have expertise within the following academic specialties: Reading, English, Writing & Literature, Social Sciences, and/or History.

ETIP Institute for Black History and Leadership teachers are responsible for planning and facilitating unique learning opportunities that promote active and accelerated engagement. Each course is project-based and encompasses Black history, leadership, and social/emotional development.

ETIP teachers will be expected to:

  • Thrive in a fast-paced environment
  • Teach using relevant technology for high-quality instruction (Google Classroom, Canvas)
  • Clearly communicate objectives and student expectations
  • Demonstrate an entrepreneurial spirit
  • Work with the ETIP team to meet program objectives
  • Exhibit the Paul Quinn College WE/Me ethos

ETIP teachers inspire students to be self-determined advocates and learners. They passionately engage students in academically rigorous learning experiences.

To apply, please email your cover letter and resume to [email protected]. Two professional letters of recommendations are required (preferably one from a supervisor and one from a colleague).

Skills & Knowledge Required

  • Knowledgeable in student-centered learning practices
  • Flexible, collaborative, coachable
  • Skilled at engaging academically diverse learners 
  • Proficient in time-management

Minimum Experience & Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree in a content-related field
  • Two years teaching elementary or middle school students

Preferred Experience & Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree in content specific field
  • State teaching credential in content area
  • Five years teaching experience
  • Significant coursework in teaching pedagogy

Teacher, ETIP Summer Experience

Openings for the ETIP Summer Experience Session I (June 14 - July 2, 2021)
Openings for the ETIP Summer Experience Session II (July 5 - July 23, 2021)

Job Description and Roles

The Early Talent Identification Program seeks talented and motivated elementary and middle school teachers to teach virtual courses for 1st-6th grade students during Summer 2021. Ideal candidates will have expertise within the following specialties: Reading, English, Writing & Literature, Social Sciences, STEM, Test Preparation, Critical Thinking, SEL, etc.

ETIP teachers are responsible for planning and facilitating unique learning opportunities that promote active and accelerated engagement.

ETIP teachers will be expected to:

  • Thrive in a fast-paced environment
  • Teach using relevant technology for high-quality instruction (Google Classroom, Canvas)
  • Clearly communicate objectives and student expectations
  • Demonstrate an entrepreneurial spirit
  • Work with the ETIP team to meet program objectives
  • Exhibit the Paul Quinn College WE/Me ethos

ETIP teachers inspire students to be self-determined advocates and learners. They passionately engage students in academically rigorous learning experiences.

To apply, please email your cover letter and resume to [email protected]. Two professional letters of recommendation are required (preferably one from a supervisor and one from a colleague). 

Skills & Knowledge Required

  • Knowledgeable in student-centered learning practices
  • Familiar with online course delivery platforms such as Google Classroom, Canvas, etc.
  • Skilled at engaging academically diverse learners 
  • Proficient in time-management

Minimum Experience & Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree in content-related field
  • Two years teaching elementary or middle school students

Preferred Experience & Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree in content specific field
  • Experience teaching in gifted/advanced environments
  • State teaching credential in content area
  • Five years of teaching experience
  • Significant coursework in teaching pedagogy

ETIP Technology Specialist

Opening for Spring Break courses (March 16 - 20, 2021)
Opening for ETIP Summer Experience (June 14 - July 23, 2021)
Opening for rolling courses throughout the year

Job Description and Roles

The Early Talent Identification Program (ETIP) seeks a talented individual to lead the technical design, development, operation, and maintenance of our online courses. ETIP courses will be delivered utilizing cutting-edge online delivery methods. The Technology Specialist will be responsible for training staff and act as a guide in assessing and troubleshooting technical issues and concerns. The Technology Specialist will provide technical support to ETIP teachers, students, and parents when necessary.

To apply, please email your cover letter and resume to [email protected] 

ETIP Staff Members Are Expected To:

  • Thrive in a fast-paced environment
  • Demonstrate an entrepreneurial spirit
  • Work with the ETIP team to meet program objectives
  • Exhibit the Paul Quinn College WE/Me ethos

Skills & Knowledge Required

  • Proficient in Canvas, G-Suite, Digital Media, LMS, Mobile Apps
  • Able to aid in the selection of appropriate e-learning platforms, software, and applications
  • Able to create and set up coursework in alignment with technology use for students grades 3-8
  • Confident utilizing e-learning platforms such as Canvas, Zoom, Google Classroom,
  • Knowledgeable of federal, state, and local policies regarding instructional technology
  • Knowledgeable of digital learning and best practices for technology integration
  • Skilled at assessing and troubleshooting technology access and connectivity issues
  • Proficient user of next-generation EdTech tools such as Tik Tok, TED-Ed, social media

Minimum Experience & Requirements

  • Bachelor’s/Master’s Degree in an education-technology field
  • Certified Google Educator
  • 2 years educational technology experience