I'm helping Cornell Summer College run a class on Arduino Robotics this year and they're hiring a second instructor. I ran this class last year and had a blast. Since the pay is good and its a pretty short commitment (the class runs from July 2nd-15th) I figured some of you might be interested. If you want to know more check out the posting on Cornell's hiring page.
Feel free to contact me if you have any questions.
If you can't commit much time they are also going to be hiring at least two teaching assistants. The pay for that position isn't quite as high, but there's less work outside of class.