For Educators

A teacher working with a boy in a Duke TIP classroom.

If you are an educator interested in referring students to Academic Adventures, and you are not yet working with Duke TIP, you are welcome to contact us for more information on how you can become a Duke TIP school partner. In referring students to Academic Adventures, please remember that we welcome students from all economic backgrounds and offer millions of dollars in financial aid each year to ensure economic diversity in our academic community. 

If you are an educator interested in working with Duke TIP as an Academic Adventures staff member, please visit our employment section for more information on available instructional, residential, and administrative staff positions for next sessions, as well as job requirements, salaries, and locations.

Academic Adventures give fourth, fifth, and sixth graders the opportunity to explore fascinating subjects not found elsewhere, deepen their knowledge of a favorite field, and meet other gifted students. Courses cover a range of subjects and are offered by Duke TIP at three different college campuses, as well as at partner locations across the country.