Why the culture at two-year colleges must change to allow, and encourage, faculty to pursue outside work.
What do search committees want? Believe it or not, they want you to be yourself.
Two of the most common questions that job candidates ask are about tenure and salary.
Is it just a gimmick? And if so, what is the goal?
Who, really, is served by the proliferation of narrowly specialized courses in the community-college curriculum?
A look at the average teaching load for faculty at two-year campuses.
One size does not fit all when it comes to two-year institutions.
“The job ad only calls for a CV and a cover letter. Should I include more?”
A new Vitae series will answer common questions about the two-year hiring process.
How to get a part-time teaching job at a community college, while you earn a Ph.D.
We’re hoping there’s a genuine human being tucked into that interview suit — one who is clear, confident, honest, and self-reflective.
How often should you email the committee chair to ask how the search is progressing?
Leave the garish suits and the stained shirts at home.
You will most likely be asked to give a teaching demo after meeting with the search committee.
If you haven’t heard back yet about an interview, it’s too soon to fret. Two-year colleges operate on a different hiring calendar.