Contemplate, explore, and expound upon the subject you love. Bring your enthusiasm to life as a Faculty Fellow at Harper College, where your work can have its greatest impact upon individuals from a wide variety of cultures.
We welcome you to inspire others, contribute to your profession, and enjoy the complete educational experience, collegial setting, and advanced technological resources of Harper. Teach more than your discipline. Teach your passion.
DIVERSE FACULTY FELLOW
The Harper College Diverse Faculty Fellow program is an important part of the college’s focus on diversity and inclusion, which seeks to better reflect the increasing diversity of its student body and the surrounding community in its faculty workforce. The program is intended to provide interested and motivated participants with valuable teaching experience and exposure to the community college environment by providing participants with real-world perspective for making an informed career choice about working as a full-time community college faculty member. The experiential opportunities provided by the fellowship program will assist the College and community college academia in general by helping to identify and mentor potential future faculty members.
This paid fellowship is open to candidates who have 3-5 years of experience in law enforcement with forensics preferred. Applicants will have earned an Associate’s degree in criminal justice or law enforcement or a related field no later than June 30, 2020.
The Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Department at Harper College is seeking applicants with the potential to teach in the criminal justice program Our students come to us from countries around the world and from a wide variety of socio-economic backgrounds and at every level of academic preparedness. We are committed to ensuring the success of each student.
Candidates who demonstrate the potential to become excellent tenure-track faculty members and those who support Harper’s Core Values of Respect, Integrity, Collaboration and Excellence may be considered for appointment.
Faculty Fellows will have a teaching load of fewer than 16 contact hours or equivalent per academic year (i.e. fall and spring semesters), but will also engage in intensive training/professional development for a full 35-40 hours.
Faculty Fellows must participate in on and off campus professional development, department, division and campus wide meetings, and participate in the Faculty Fellow mentoring program. In addition, Fellows will need to stay current in their disciplines and participate in college and community service.
Faculty may teach in multiple modalities including traditional, blended, online and accelerated formats upon completion of required training in these areas.
Special consideration will be given to applicants who are members of racial and ethnic groups historically underrepresented in faculty positions in higher education.
Commitment to teach and motivate community college students in ways appropriate to their diverse background and learning styles.
Knowledgeable in the use of technology in classroom instruction.
• At least an Associate’s degree in criminal justice or law enforcement or a related field earned no later than June 30, 2020
• At least three years of experience in law enforcement
• No teaching experience required
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Harper College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Women, ethnic minorities and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.