Thank you so much for taking the time to visit our “Jobs” page. We are pleased – delighted, thrilled, and ecstatic – that you have taken the time to learn more about what it means to work with us!
Here at Blueprint, we continually search for talented, gifted, kind, capable, energetic, fun, and giving people throughout the year. Our staff members carry out our values (Personal, Innovative, Fun, GR4C) and give our Blueprinter students the time of their lives!
If you are an individual who fits this description, please apply at the link/s below or feel free to contact our Human Resources Department.
Program Instructors teach one of our ten courses (or our signature college prep course!). In addition to being responsible for all day-to-day classroom functions, Program Instructors also live in residence halls alongside the students and participate in fun, non-academic activities after class.
- Program Instructor
Our Program Instructors provide students with a one-of-a-kind, supportive and substantive learning opportunity: that is to study one of ten different subjects on a real college campus. Individuals in this role teach one course for a minimum of five hours per day, four days per week. Program Instructors provide engaging and rigorous lessons while offering high school students with the appropriate support, knowledge and encouragement to reach future goals. In addition, they are expected to assist in supervising all on-campus and off-campus activities, including student special events and road trips. Apply now!
- College Prep Instructor
At the heart of Blueprint is ensuring students are getting prepared for college. This role is dedicated to making that happen! You’ll be responsible for organizing classroom activities and offering a positive academic experience. College Prep Instructors teach for a maximum of 2 hours a day, 4 days a week- in addition to leading, facilitating and guiding a day full day of College and Career Readiness. College Prep Instructors also participate in fun, non-academic activities after class and on the weekends. If you have a passion for teaching and helping youth prepare for their next step in life- this role could be for you! Apply now!
- College Prep Instructor – Team Lead
Individuals in this role are responsible for teaching one College Prep course, while supervising and guiding all on-site academic staff. This role will oversee all academic aspects of Blueprint’s Summer Program at designated location, with the purpose of providing an exceptional educational experience for all students. College Prep Instructors teach for a maximum of 2 hours a day, 4 days a week- in addition to leading, facilitating and guiding a day full day of College and Career Readiness. Team Leads are expected to serve as instructional coaches, providing feedback and appropriate support to all academic staff. Apply now!
Live on a beautiful college campus this summer and help make a difference in the lives students. Each summer, Resident Advisors provide fun activities for high school students from across the country with a friendly, comfortable, and personal experience.
- Lead RA
Lead RAs take on the activities! You’ll be managing and organizing all residential life aspects of the pre-college program and providing supervision, guidance and support to all RAs. Lead RAs are also expected to schedule and staff student activities while ensuring student safety and a positive summer camp experience, additionally serving as a mediator for residential life issues. If you are an exceptional leader and can think on your feet – we want to hear from you! Apply now!
- Activity RA
Under the direction of a Lead RA, Resident Advisors assist with organizing and supervising all residential life aspects and non-academic program activities, while providing a fun, safe and personal pre-college experience to all students. It is necessary for these individuals to serve as a caring, compassionate mentor and adult presence to all students at all times. In this role, you’d get to be a part of traditional Blueprint activities such as the Trashbag Fashion Show, Blueprint’s Iron Chef, Field Day, Open Mic, Yoga and many more! Apply now!
- Health & Safety RA
Similar to the Health and Safety Manager position, this individual will supervise the general health of summer program students and staff – on a smaller scale. Under the guidance of a remote Health and Safety Director, this position will assist with ensuring compliance with applicable health and safety standards and policies, specific to designated site. Individuals in this role are responsible for maintaining regular Health Office Hours, dispensing medication, providing first aid and taking the lead in care, oversight and documentation of illnesses and accidents. Apply now!
- Classroom RA
Get the best of both worlds with this position! You’ll help students get to class, assist in organizing classroom activities teaching designated course during the day, while supervising students and assisting with activities/end-of day procedures in the evening. This position requires you to think on your feet, effectively serve in a collaborative, team-oriented environment and engage all students in a way that inspires comfortable adjustment to life on a college campus and away from friends and family. Have a desire to pursue teaching? This is an opportunity to get in the classroom for some hands-on experience. Apply now!
- Social Media RA
This role combines general RA duties with marketing and social media responsibilities. It is an opportunity for anyone who may have an interest in marketing, social media and photography – to collaborate with the Blueprint HQ Marketing Team to commemorate events, activities and program aspects through social media while also monitoring and participating in student activities. Capture and share Blueprint’s best moments, while being part of the magic. Apply now!
Want more information? E-mail your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Staff Spotlight – Lauren Lamoly
Program Director – UVA
Lauren Lamoly is a through-and-through Bostonian returning for her third summer as a program director with Blueprint Summer Programs. She attended Lynchburg College in Virginia for her bachelor’s degree in English and San Diego State University for her masters in American Literature. Lauren taught composition, rhetoric, and literature at San Diego State University. She currently works as a high school English teacher in Lexington, Massachusetts, and will be reutrning to graduate school part time in the fall at Harvard Graduate School of Education. In her spare time, you can find her running on various bike paths in the Boston area, finagling her way onto the fields of professional sports teams, searching the area for a karaoke venue to share her talent with the locals, playing trivia, line dancing, painting pottery, or engaging in any competitive . . . anything. Lauren’s students inspire her to continue to learn something every day.
The best experience of my daughter’s life. Her words. Thank you!!
By the second day we had each other laughing hysterically on our way back from the dining hall! I couldn’t believe how quickly we all became friends.
I would HIGHLY recommend Blueprint to any family looking for a personal, high-value summer college experience.
The staff is completely committed to making your experience the absolute best it can be. I highly recommend this program; it is truly amazing!
“I’ve learned more about writing in this last week than I’ve learned through out my whole 3 years of high school.”
“Blueprint was an awesome program! The staff is wicked friendly, you get plenty freedom (as long as you are responsible), and the people I met are AMAZING!!!”