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Become an adjunct instructor for Jackson College and share your knowledge and skills! Learn more at an Instructor Hiring Event from 6-8 p.m. Nov. 7 in Bert Walker Hall on Central Campus.

                Part-time instructors are needed across all subjects at Jackson College. For those who would like to teach today’s students and be part of an institution committed to student success, this event is for you.

                “I really appreciate everyone at Jackson College,” said adjunct instructor Trico Lutkins. “The students are the best I’ve ever taught. Their communication is great, they work hard, and they have a burning desire to learn. The staff at JC is very supportive, friendly, and very inviting. Everyone at JC is always willing to take time to do a Zoom call or observe my class. They encourage me to be a great professor, and they love sharing their experience with me.”

                Small class sizes at Jackson College allow instructors to get to know their students on a one-on-one basis, allowing them to see how students grow and learn. Gain teaching experience and build a professional network as an adjunct instructor. Interestingly, at Jackson College, more than 50 percent of today’s full-time faculty were once adjunct instructors.

                Adjunct instructors choose from flexible schedule options and may teach at any of Jackson College’s locations, including online and the Michigan Department of Corrections facilities. Instructors are required to have a master’s degree in the field in which they teach, or a bachelor’s degree plus 18 hours of graduate experience in the field they will teach. Please bring a résumé and an unofficial transcript to the event and meet lead faculty to discuss opportunities.

Jackson College is an equal opportunity employer. JC does not discriminate in its employment practices on the basis of race, creed, color, religion, national origin or ancestry, age, sex or gender, height or weight, familial or marital status, political affiliation, sexual orientation, disability or handicap, service in the military, veteran’s status, or any other legally protected status under federal, state, or local law. The College is committed to continuing efforts to strengthen and improve its recruitment and selection process.

                For more information, contact Human Resources, 517.796.8460.

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