Math Corps Summer Camp 2024!

The 2024 Summer Camp will be held at Cleveland State University, and will run from July 15th - August 9th, 2024. This program meets Monday - Thursday from 9:30am - 2:30pm.

High School Teaching Assistants

Current 9th, 10th and 11th graders can apply to be Teaching Assistants (TA) by clicking HERE. TA's receive a stipend for working in the morning and receive their own math classes in the afternoon

Current 12th graders or college undergraduates can apply to be either College Assistants (CA) who help with the operational side of the Math Corps or College Instructors (CI) who help with the academic side of the Math Corps. Job descriptions and applications can be found HERE.

TA's and CI's will be expected to attend mandatory training from July 8th until July 12th.

Instructors and Administrative Staff

If you are interested in applying for a Senior Staff position please email your resume to Dr. Carol Philips-Bey at


  • Dean of Students: The Dean is responsible for helping to ensure that each and every student 1) has a safe, rewarding, enjoyable and academically successful experience and 2) learns and develops the values, habits and attitudes essential for long-term success. Specifically, the role of the Dean is to teach, support, and implement the goals and philosophies of the Math Corps to students and staff. Discipline of students is the direct responsibility of the Dean and under the leadership of the Director. The Dean is also the boss of the Teaching Assistants and is responsible for guiding the TAs in their transition from student to teacher.
  • Site Coordinator (SC): The SC is responsible for the date-to-day operations that occur on site. With a team of approximately 15 college students, the SC monitors and assign daily tasks to College Assistants, oversees the need and distribution of supplies/copies for the staff and students, maintains organization of the staff office and ensures that all activities are staffed and prepped.
  • Grade Supervisor (GS): The GS oversees one grade level (7th, 8th,or 9th) of forty students in the camp and supervises the mentoring and tutoring conducted by the high school and college students. The responsibilities of the GS include supervising team time, coordinating before and after camp tutoring, communicating with parents, assisting the Dean with discipline, reading student journals, assisting with lunch monitoring, and teaching a class and/or activity. The GS communicates directly with the Dean of Students.
  • Instructor: Instructors are assigned to teach various math classes which range from topics such as Arithmetic and Algebra to Discovery to Logic and Proof. Instructors are offered and assigned courses based upon their level of mathematics studied and teaching experience. Instructors new to the program must be willing to teach using the method taught by Math Corps. Instructors are responsible for planning instruction, teaching the course, preparing/adjusting and grading assignments and assessments, recordkeeping, and managing student behavior.
    Course information and a tentative schedule can be found HERE.

  • If you have any questions, please email