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Upward Bound
Positions Avail
mentors for
Li ve in Re si de nt Tutors to act as onsibilities
RTA Positions : ram. Resp
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What: Upward Boun mmer the studen ts th ro ug ho
l su n and tutoring of lary of
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prog ram for hi gh sc evening camps, on
9- 12 , on the room and board
students grades $400/week plus
iversity teach Biology,
campus of the Un nce instructor to
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of North Da Te ac he r:
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includes instructio weekend Chemistry, and Ph
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high school cla activ iti es. Sa la
and a final
educational trips, ru ctor to teach alge
bra I & II,
st d
educational trip to Math Teache r: M at h in ening and weeken
us , al ong with some ev
Duluth, MN! geometry an d ca lc ul
of 16– 18 dollars
activities. Salary
ts, along with
Where & When: In st ru ct or to teach language ar 18 dollars/
es. Salary of 16–
English Teache
University of Nor th some evening an
d weekend activiti
Dakota Campus hour
10 foreign
June 4 - July 12, 20 ge Te ac he r: In structor to teach a
Foreign Langua
wi th so m e ev en ing and weekend
ardbound language, along Salary of 16– 18

For more information or to download an application visit

Contact: Lori Larson - Upward Bound, Assistant Director or Elaine Metcalfe, Director of TRIO Programs
Or Stop by.... TRIO Programs, 3rd Floor McCannel Hall, University of North Dakota Campus
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