YES, WE`RE GROWING AND SHELTON STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE NEEDS YOU NOW !
Would you consider teaching part-time at a Community College? Did you know that over 60% of Shelton State`s full-time faculty began as part-time adjunct instructors. Did you know that in some departments 100% of Shelton`s full-time faculty began as part-time adjunct faculty members? Becoming a part-time adjunct faculty member is often the rite of passage for many full-time positions. Teaching as a part-time adjunct instructor demonstrates interest in and commitment to the institution.
Minimum qualifications for academic disciplines are a Master`s Degree and 18 graduate credit hours in the teaching field. Technical disciplines require a Bachelor`s Degree, 27 credit hours in the teaching field, and three years of successful full-time experience in the technical field. Occupational disciplines require an Associates degree or equivalent (60 semester hours in a planned program), specialized coursework in the occupational field, and three years of successful full-time employment in the occupational field.
Don`t wait until a full-time position is advertised. Join our team of dedicated adjunct instructors now! See Vacancy Notice for available adjunct positions.
ARE YOU TIRED OF RETIREMENT?
Are you an active retiree who wants to make a positive difference in the life of your community? If so, we have a great opportunity for you to become a mentor/teacher for the next generation of students. Don`t let your knowledge and experience go to waste. Share it with others who are eager to learn and benefit from your professional training, education, and life experiences. Consider becoming a part-time (adjunct) instructor at Shelton State Community College. If you have teaching experience and a degree, you may be qualified. Send us your resume and transcripts for evaluation. Join our team of dedicated adjunct instructors now!