Oct. 28, 2019 GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. —Grand Rapids Community College is hosting an adjunct recruiting day for people interested in teaching to have an opportunity to hear about the job and how they can help change students’ lives through education.
The event runs from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Nov. 9 at GRCC’s Sneden Hall, 435 E. Fulton St. Those who are interested may sign up online by Nov. 1.
The recruitment day isn’t meant to replace the hiring process, but it will give applicants a preview of what it means to be an adjunct faculty member at GRCC.
While those who specialize in all subjects are welcome to attend, GRCC is primarily interested in adjuncts for:
- Applied technology.
- Computer information systems.
- Criminal justice.
- Social sciences.
After a continental breakfast, attendees will hear about the hiring process, GRCC resources for adjuncts, the Lakeshore Campus and early/middle college program. They will then meet with departmental faculty for informal talk and a chance to ask questions.
Grand Rapids Community College has been offering educational opportunities in West Michigan for more than 100 years. Established in 1914, the college offers degree courses, certification and training programs, and workshops and personal enrichment classes. Offerings are held on GRCC’s downtown Grand Rapids campus, and at several locations throughout Kent and Ottawa counties, as well as through distance learning.