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LACCD Project MATCH Internship
December 15, 2017 - February 23, 2018
2018 NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS--LACCD Project MATCH Internship
“Mentors Act to Change History” INTERNSHIP POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT OPEN TO ALL ACADEMIC DISCIPLINES [STEM* and CTE** DISCIPLINES ESPECIALLY ENCOURAGED TO APPLY] * STEM [SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING & MATH] **CTE [CAREER TECHNICAL EDUCATION, examples include Culinary Arts, Media Arts/Broadcasting, Nursing, Art & Graphic Design, Manufacturing, Theatre Arts & Stagecraft, Administration of Justice/Fire Technology] Applications accepted between December 15, 2017 and February 23, 2018 Purpose of the Program The Los Angeles Community College District, comprised of nine area colleges, offers Project MATCH as a program to prepare and recruit a diverse community college faculty who are sensitive to the needs of the students and community it serves. The goals of the Program are to improve the diversity pool of faculty in the District, for our interns to become role models reflecting that diversity in the District, and to better reflect the diversity of the community around the biggest community college district in the nation. Eligibility The Program is open to all qualified applicants that are authorized to work in the USA and meet Minimum Qualifications for Faculty and Administrators in California Community Colleges, published by the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office, in the subject area to which they will be assigned as interns. The subject area (either academic or vocational) must be one that is taught at one of the nine campuses of the Los Angeles Community College District. In addition, interested persons may not have any paid college (2 or 4 year) professional teaching experience prior to applying or during the course of the internship. Similar professional experience in counseling or library science will disqualify applicants applying as counseling or library interns. The general eligibility requirements for academic and vocational teaching areas are set forth in the 2017 Chancellor’s Office Minimum Qualifications Handbook at: http://www.californiacommunitycolleges.cccco.edu/Portals/0/Reports/2017-Minimum-Qualifications-Handbook-r1-ADA.pdf The following types of paid teaching experiences will not disqualify an applicant from consideration: Preschool, K-12, Adult Education, Graduate Teaching Assistant (TA), Community-Based Courses, College-Extension Courses, Non-College-Credit Courses, or Corporate Education. Please note that the Program is not open to those that have been previously accepted into the Program; have either voluntarily left, been dismissed and/or disqualified from the Program; and/or have completed the Program, whether or not he or she has graduated from the Program. Program Commitment and Structure The Project MATCH internship is a multi-component program comprised of mandatory elements including the following: 1. The Program Kick-Off event and session held in June marking the beginning of the Summer Institute 2. The Summer Institute, held during the months of July and August, designed to give interns the fundamental theories and skills necessary to thrive in their community college internship. Summer Institute classes are scheduled twice per week between 6:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. Friday and Saturday sessions may also be included. 3. A Follow-Up and Mock Interview Preparation session held on a Saturday in October and Mock Interviews held on a Friday and/or Saturday in November. 4. Graduation from the Program held at a dinner and award event held during an evening in December before the end of the fall semester. Prior to the fall semester, each intern will be assigned/matched with a faculty mentor who teaches in the intern’s particular subject area. For more information go to the website listed.
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