The college is seeking “qualified, diverse, progressive instructors to teach classes in a variety of academic areas and formats” for the summer term beginning May 28 and fall term beginning August 19, a press release says.
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“We’re excited about hosting this event and connecting with members of our community who would like to make an impact by teaching Clark State students,” said Mike Cuffman, assistant dean of Arts and Sciences for Clark State.
Teaching opportunities may be during the day, evening, or weekend or online, according to the release. Teaching experience is preferred, but not required for all areas.
Applicants will meet with administrators and full-time faculty to discuss qualifications and employment opportunities, Cuffman said.
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“Applicants should bring copies of resumes, transcripts and applicable certifications/licensures, if feasible. They will be helpful in determining if required qualifications are met.”
The Arts and Sciences, Business and Applied Technologies, and Health, Human and Public Services divisions are all seeking instructors, according to the release. Minimum requirements vary.
The open house will take place at Clark State’s main campus, 570 E. Leffel Ln., Springfield, in the LRC Building, Room 207 to 209.
For more information, please visit http://bit.ly/ClarkStateAdjunctFaculty.