Working at Community Colleges
Candidates need a different approach from what they may have learned in graduate school, writes Mark Connelly.
If you are hired as an administrator with the marching orders to shake things up, there may be a limit on how long you can be effective, writes Ella DeJon.
Let's be honest with students about the wisdom of going to graduate school in fields like English, writes Kevin Brown -- but let's remember, too, that there are jobs at non-brand-name colleges.
Wendy Robinson offers advice for college administrators who feel they can't stay away from their positions for long.
Recent controversies raise anew questions about whether community college leaders need Ph.D.s, writes Angela Provart.
Eric Baer shares another round of questions -- touching on student populations and potentially challenging situations -- asked of those seeking to teach at community colleges.
Eric Baer shares questions asked of those seeking to teach at community colleges.
Angela D. Provart offers tips for search committees and for candidates.
David Lydic offers guidance on how to prepare and what to expect when you are up for a faculty job at a two-year institution.
Focus on teaching and students and what your potential employer is looking for, writes Alexis Nelson.
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