SALIDA – Have you ever thought you might want to teach a college class, or share your passion for learning with other lifelong learners?
Colorado Mountain College is holding a career fair for anyone wanting to know more about teaching part-time in the college’s newest community, Salida.
Dr. Rachel Pokrandt, vice president and campus dean for Leadville and Salida, will give a brief presentation of general information about CMC. College staff, academic deans and current instructors will share information about programs and class offerings and answer questions from potential applicants. Those who attend will learn about the programs that will be offered initially at CMC Salida, what it means to be a CMC instructor and the responsibilities of the job.
“Those who come to the career fair will learn about the credentialing process for those who teach credit courses as well as for those who teach non-credit classes,” said Pokrandt, as the college is looking for both credit and non-credit instructors.
Bring your resume and your enthusiasm for education to the Salida SteamPlant Event Center Ballroom, 220 W. Sackett Ave., on Tuesday March 3, 6-8 p.m. Pizza will be served at 6 p.m. RSVPs are requested (though not required).