If you are an educator interested in referring students to our Summer Studies Program, you are welcome to contact us for more information on how you can become a Duke TIP 7th Grade Talent Search school partner.
In referring students to our program, 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 summer community.
Each summer, we hire dozens of experienced gifted educators and school support staff to serve as our Summer Studies staff. If you are an educator interested in working with Duke TIP as seasonal staff, please visit our employment section for more information on available instructional, residential, and administrative staff positions for next summer, as well as job requirements, salaries, and locations.
Summer Studies is a three-week residential program for high-achieving students in grades seven through ten. Taking place at thirteen college campuses across the country over two different summer sessions, the programs provide the social and intellectual stimulus that gifted students need.
New to Summer Studies? Look for this banner and select it for advice from other parents on how to make the most of your child's Duke TIP experience:
- Parent Advice
Throughout this section of our website, you can access advice from actual Duke TIP parents by clicking on the blue banner above. Their advice will then appear in a box of text like this one. If you would like to talk to a TIP parent directly, to hear what they have to say about the Summer Studies experience before you decide to apply, you are welcome to take advantage of our Parent Ambassador Program. Simply submit a request using this form and you will be contacted by a parent whose child attended the program last year.