We do not have any open positions at this time. Hiring for the 2024 programming cycle will start later in the fall. If you are interested in working for Badger Precollege, please contact our office at email@example.com with the position(s) you are interested in, or complete our Hiring Interest Form and we be in touch with opportunities as they become available.
Precollege Program Instructor Opportunities
Badger Precollege hires a variety of instructional staff for our programs. We seek academic professionals, including K-12 teachers, graduate students, and UW faculty and staff, to teach our students. Instructors can expect to teach motivated elementary, middle and/or high school students looking to grow their academic knowledge and skills.
Residential Program Support Staff Opportunities
Each Badger Precollege residential program recruits three support staff positions. Each of these positions supports our students by creating a safe and welcoming environment whether in the classroom or in the residence hall living space. Our Educational Assistants provide an additional level of support in the classroom by helping with student projects, course activities, and field trips. Our residential team includes Residential Assistants and three lead residential positions. The residential team works directly with students in the residence halls to provide a welcoming living environment and overnight.
Commuter Program Support Staff Opportunities
Badger Precollege commuter day programs serve our youngest learners within our elementary and middle school programs, PACE and GEM. We recruit the Group Leader position to support students in and out of the classroom. The main responsibility is to supervise and facilitate academic and social-emotional growth learning for their assigned class. Group leaders also support outside of class, supervising field trips and facilitating activities.
Working with Badger Precollege programming offers employees a number of benefits:
- Competitive stipends; includes room and board, parking and daily meals (depending on program and position).
- Opportunity to receive Summer Term course tuition support (some restrictions apply).
- Practical career development experience in a broad array of areas.
- Gaining transferable skills, including: experience with diverse cultures and identities, leadership and critical thinking development, knowledge in social and emotional growth patterns in students, strategies in how to support students build autonomy and self-advocacy, and more.