We are now accepting applications for Instructors and Mentors for the Summer 2016 Season! CLICK HERE to apply. 

Science Discovery offers CU graduate students valuable opportunities to share their STEM interests with K-12 students and at the same time, develop their own teaching and communication skills. Science Discovery works with graduate students from numerous departments – including (but not limited to!) Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Mathematics, Physics and Computer Science – to develop and teach classes for both our summer camp and after-school class programs.

Instructors teach one or more camps throughout the summer season, depending on their interest and availability. Instructors deliver camps that have already been developed and tested by Science Discovery or, if they are interested in a specific STEM-related topic, they may work together with Science Discovery to develop a new camp. Graduate Instructors are paid $20 per hour of instructional contact time and may receive additional compensation for curriculum development, if applicable.

Interested in working with Science Discovery? Please contact Kathryn Penzkover via email for more information.