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Summer Jobs

Our program relies on a team of passionate individuals to manage the operation of the Wake Forest Summer Immersion Program. Feel free to contact our team with questions about the application process, offerings, and summer programming at

Intern Roles

Interns, formally known as Program Ambassadors, are a fundamental part of the Summer Immersion Program experience. Interns will mentor, guide, and lead high school students while serving on one of four teams to support our program. Students are encouraged to apply to more than one of these roles if they are interested in serving in a variety of capacities. View all summer jobs below and apply on Handshake.

Marketing Interns, Operations Interns, Student Engagement Interns, and Teaching Assistants will receive a $500 weekly stipend, on campus housing (upon request), and meals provided during working hours.

Marketing Intern (8517322)

Successful candidates will have in-depth knowledge of marketing techniques and social media platforms as well as a strong interest in working with high school students in a leadership capacity.

Operations Intern (8517398)

Successful candidates will posses strong organization and effective project management skills as well as a strong interest in working with high school students in a leadership capacity.

Teaching Assistant (8517407)

Gain valuable leadership experience during Summer Immersion Program Institutes including: medicine, law, bioscience, and more. Work alongside esteemed Wake Forest faculty members and network with industry professionals.

Student Engagement Intern (8517451)

Spend your summer on campus making an impact and gaining valuable leadership experience. Student Engagement Interns will operate evening activities and provide supervision of students in the dorms and around campus.

Summer Jobs for Professionals

Resident Hall and Student Life Coordinator

Wake Forest University’s Summer Immersion Program is seeking a seasonal full-time Residence Hall and Student Life Coordinator for our co-ed residential, pre-college summer program, located in Winston-Salem, NC. 

This is a full time position in the summer months (end of May – July). This position will be responsible for maintaining the safety and wellbeing of all Summer Immersion participants while in the residence halls, ensuring positive behavior among high school students, mediating and providing conflict resolution, guiding undergraduate student interns, organizing and facilitating evening activity assignments, and monitoring students participating in the summer immersion program by providing on-call support overnight. This is a summer job ideal for teachers or education professionals with availability in the summer.

Review the responsibilities and qualifications below and send your resume to Wake Forest Pre-College Program Manager, Lauren Yanku ( to apply.