Teach graduate and undergraduate courses relating to cooperative education and career development. Courses designed to provide a forum for students to critically analyze and reflect on the relationship between theoretical learning and their field experience. In conjunction with this course, students complete a cooperative education placement to gain practical experience. Students are asked to investigate the challenges, opportunities, standards and implications of their career interests by looking through the lens of the organization that provides their work placement. Students are expected to design a portfolio that demonstrates their career applying leadership principles to practical situations, networking to increase post graduate opportunities, professional presentation skills, business etiquette, cultural communication and personal branding, creating a career development plan. 12 week courses begin every quarter with starts in September, January, April and July. Positions are available contingent upon enrollment, funding and departmental needs. Stipend rates per course.
The Cooperative Education Program at the College of Professional Studies
Course assignment and instruction for this posting will be for the Cooperative Education division of the College of Professional Studies which serves students who want to gain practical work experience during the course of their degree program. These courses are designed for students who meet eligibility criteria and are participating in short term practical work experiences (internships and co-ops) that are relevant to their vision and skill level.
Course content includes areas such as: self-assessment, industry analysis and research, academic course of study.
Master’s degree required. Related certifications or licensures, as well as work in experiential learning, career services or related field preferred. 2+ years teaching experience required. Online teaching experience desirable. Applicants with industry experience in regulatory affairs, international relations or economic development preferred for some sections.
Courses to be taught primarily on-ground or hybrid (on-ground and online). Courses begin every 6 weeks with starts in September, January, and April. Positions are available contingent upon enrollment, funding and departmental needs. Stipend rates per course.
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