The purpose of the Bard DNA Fellows Program is to provide additional academic support, mentorship, professional and leadership development, and a sense of community to BHSEC Queens students during their four years here. The Bard DNA Fellows Program aims to support students from historically underrepresented and/or economically disadvantaged backgrounds in their academic, social and emotional success at BHSEC Queens.
This summer, rising Year 1 students, in the Bard DNA Fellows Program, will be taking a 1-credit college course. The purpose of this summer course is to support the academic transition of students who will be entering the college program in the Fall. It will also give students the opportunity to take a college course that is not offered here at BHSEC Queens.
BHSEC Queens is seeking (1-2) faculty members who will teach a 1-credit college course during the summer. The course will take place virtually from July 5th - July 30th. In the past, this course has taken place two days a week for 1 hour and 45 minutes per class. Considering the challenges with teaching and staying engaged online, this class could be broken up into shorter times during the week, equaling 210 minutes of class time per week. Additionally, Faculty will be required to hold one office hour each week of the course.
Faculty will be compensated with a $1,250 stipend.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:
Develop an academic curriculum for the 1-credit college course
Identify and incorporate within curriculum skill building crucial for students' success in college-level classes
Hold one office hour each week of the program (totaling four hours over the summer)
Preference is given to Candidates with the Following Qualifications:
Currently teaching in the Bard High School Early College Network
A proposal for a college course currently not offered here at BHSEC Queens
Prior experience working with historically underrepresented students in higher education
How to Apply
If you are currently a BHSEC faculty member, please submit a course proposal and why you want to teach during the DNA Year 1 Summer Experience.
If you are not a current BHSEC faculty member, please upload a cover letter and resume, including contact information for two references. In your cover letter, please discuss your interest in this position, experience working with historically underrepresented students; and propose a 1-credit college course.
Application will be open until all positions are filled.
Bard College is an equal opportunity employer and we welcome applications from those who contribute to our diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, mental, or physical disability, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, familial status, veteran status, or genetic information.
Bard is committed to providing access, equal opportunity, and reasonable accommodation for all individuals in employment practices, services, programs, and activities.
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