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2015 Summer Staff Positions

The Office of Residence Life employs students throughout the summer to work with the Pre-College Program, Sports Camps, and Undergraduate Housing.  Below are the three areas described in more detail. 

The Brown University Pre-College Summer Program enrolls over 5,000 high school students (15-18 years old) from all over the world to explore academic enrichment and intellectual growth.  Students attend courses ranging from one to seven weeks in length, with hundreds courses to choose from.  This is an opportunity to experience college level academics, engage in fun and challenging activities, make decisions in an independent setting, and learn from a diverse group of peers.

The Brown University Summer Sports Camps Program enrolls over 2,000 middle school and high school athletes (12-18 years old) to provide the opportunity and encouragement for each athlete to reach their fullest potential. Participants use competitive spirit and sportsmanship to develop and grow not only as athletes, but as teammates and people as a whole. Camps are coached by Brown's varsity coaches, current Brown athletes, and guest coaches from other universities.

Application Instructions

  • Read Job Description.
  • Review timeline for important deadlines.
  • Complete Summer Staff Application.
  • Send Candidate Reference Form link to two (2) professional references. This may include current or former supervisors, teachers, professors, staff members, etc.
  • Send resume to



Brown/Other Institutions Hiring Process (Undergraduate Students)

Mon, Jan 5           Applications Available
Fri. Jan 30 at 5pm Application Deadline(Round 1)
Mon, Feb 9 - Fri, Feb 13 Individual Interviews if also applying to be an RPL and a summer position (combined into one interview) (Round 1)
Mon, March 2nd- Tue, March 10th Individual Interviews (Round 1)
Wed, March 4 Notification of Decisions via Email (Round 1)
Thurs, April 2 Application Deadline (Round 2)
Mon, April 6 - Fri, April 10 Individual Interviews (Round 2)
Wed, April 15 Notification of Decisions via Email (Round 2)


Summer Positions:

Undergraduate Student Positions


Summer Information Sessions

We strongly encourage all potential applicants to attend at least one information session to learn more about the role before applying; past summer staff members will be at each information session and will share their experiences in the role as well as answer any questions you may have.

Check back for Information Session Dates