Mathematics Adjunct Faculty: Day and Evening Dual Enrollment and P-TECH Courses
BCCC invites qualified candidates to apply for our part-time faculty positions in various disciplines to teach in our Dual Enrollment or P-TECH (https://www.ptech.org/) programs. These programs offer college courses to taught high school students who are earning college credit while they are still attending high school. Dual Enrollment and P-TECH students are earning college credit that counts towards their high school graduation requirements and that gives them a start on their college careers. P-TECH students are also focused on specific career pathways that lead to an academic credential or degree. Part-time appointments made on a semester-by-semester (as needed) basis, primarily for teaching courses at the Liberty Heights Avenue campus and in selected Baltimore City High Schools. Opportunities to teach the traditional college student audience may also be available.
BCCC is seeking instructors qualified to teach in the following disciplines:
Overview of position: Summary of positions’ responsibilities
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