Updates for the 2017 Governor's School will be available in February.
Background -- Governor’s School is a week-long residential program for “rising” juniors in high school. It is sponsored by the Office of the Governor and coordinated by the University of Delaware's Division of Professional and Continuing Studies. There are four programs:
Students and RAs live at the University of Delaware's George Read Hall, eat at Pencader Dining Hall, and attend programs during the day at Clayton Hall and on campus (Amy du Pont, Hartshorn Hall, Recitation Hall).
RA Responsibilities -- RAs chaperone and live with a “quad” of students (10-12 students per RA). RAs escort students to programs, activities, and field trips. They participate in and lead evening activities. RAs are on call 24 hours a day during the Governor's School week, with some time off during the program. Governor's School RAs need to be energetic, flexible and responsible. RAs are expected to follow all Governor's School rules to model behavior for the students.
To Apply -- If you are interested in applying to be a Resident Assistant at Governor's School, please write to the Governor's School Coordinator via the Governor's School contact form to request an application.