Position:ISP Adjunct Faculty Department:Incarcerated Students Program Details:
Lake Tahoe Community College is currently seeking part-time instructors to teach One-On-One Enhanced Instruction in the Incarcerated Student Program (ISP) department. The college is seeking qualified and motivated instructors in Counseling, English, Geology, Math, Music, Psychology, Speech, and Sociology for future quarters.
Teaching in LTCC's ISP is an excellent opportunity to work with an underrepresented population and provide quality, student-centered instruction. Our students are hungry to learn, eager for education and are committed to enhancing their lives as they work their way towards a college degree.
Lake Tahoe Community College’s Incarcerated Student Program is an exciting and growing program that has been in operation since 2015. Our goal is to contribute to individuals and the public's growth by providing structured, positive support for incarcerated students as they pursue higher education. We offer an Associate in Arts for Transfer degree in Sociology and students complete the degree in an Enhanced One-On-One delivery method, a student-centered approach that is unique within corrections-based education. We are proud to be able to provide cost-free textbooks and materials to our students and offer tuition-free enrollment for students that qualify for the California College Promise Grant. If students don't qualify for the Promise Grant, then the college will still offer materials and books so students can complete their education if they can find a sponsor to pay tuition cost.
Adjunct Instructors are categorized as part-time, contracted faculty teaching assigned courses on a quarter or annual basis. Part-time faculty positions do not exceed 67% of a full-time faculty member's load.
See salary schedule 15-00 Part-Time Academic for compensation information.
- Teach assigned correspondence courses.
Requirements: All faculty must meet state-adopted minimum qualifications or the locally established equivalencies. Please review minimum qualifications handbook produced by the California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office.
NOTE: Applicants who claim equivalent qualifications shall provide conclusive evidence that they possess qualifications that are at least equivalent to those required by the minimum qualifications of the area for which they are applying. It is the responsibility of the applicant to supply all evidence and documentation for the claim of equivalency at the time of application.
Required Documents:Cover Letter, Resume/CV, Unofficial Transcripts Job Category:Part-Time Faculty