Continuing Education instructors are a special breed! They are enthusiastic about their subject matter, bring real-world expertise to the classroom, understand the needs of adult learners, and enjoy the interaction between student and instructor. Each year, we are proud to honor faculty who exemplify HCC's values with Inspiring Faculty Awards.
TO BECOME A CONTINUING EDUCATION INSTRUCTOR (PART-TIME ADJUNCT FACULTY):
- You should have a degree or equivalent experience in the subject matter you want to teach and have some teaching or training experience in that subject matter.
- If you have a detailed formal proposal for a specific course that you are qualified to teach, please fill out our online
Course Proposal Form. We'll review it and if we can work with you, you will hear from us.
- If you have a general idea for a course but you haven't yet worked out an outline or curriculum for it and just want to "test the waters," email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- If you are interested in teaching a Kids on Campus course, call Arnette Haywood at 443-518-4659 or email her.
- To apply for adjunct faculty positions at the college, visit www.hccjobs.org. Applications must be completed online and you can attach
materials such as a resume. If you cannot apply online, call Human Resources at 443-518-4817.
- Are you an experienced language instructor who would like to teach part- or full-time at Howard Community College? If so, please contact Sara Baum at 443-518-4976. We are particularly interested in instructors for the following languages: Arabic, Farsi, Persian/Dari, Turkish, Hebrew, Kurdish, Assyrian, Azerbaijani, Georgian, Pashto, and Armenian.
HOW TO CONTACT A CONTINUING EDUCATION INSTRUCTOR:
Since Continuing Education instructors teach part-time and do not have offices on campus, they do not have college phone numbers. If you have questions about a course, want more information on an instructor, or have an urgent question for an instructor, please contact one of the following staff members, who will contact the instructor for you or, if appropriate, put you directly in touch with that person:
Adult Basic Education (ABE)
Computers & IT
ESL (English as a second language)
Health Care Professions
Kids on Campus
Lifestyle & Leisure (arts/crafts, music, finance, home & garden, outdoors, wellness, writers & readers, etc.)
Mediation, Conflict Resolution, Anger Management
Test Preparation (GED, Math)
Wellness (yoga, t'ai chi, etc.)
FOR CURRENT INSTRUCTORS:
•Adjunct Faculty Handbook (PDF)