On Wednesday, April 15, from 3-4:30 p.m., the Cleveland Humanities Collaborative (CHC) is offering an online information session for CWRU graduate students interested in teaching the humanities (or humanistic social sciences) at community colleges.
To sign up for the session (and receive the Zoom link) or to express interest in the program in general, complete the event’s RSVP form.
The Humanities Teaching Careers at Community Colleges (HTC3) program includes a fall seminar, HUMN 422, which introduces participants to teaching, learning, and working in the community college environment. HUMN 422 appears on students’ transcripts as a zero-credit seminar; it is graded Pass/No Pass. The program also offers a competitive Mellon Fellowship in Humanities Teaching in the spring. Mellon Fellows are paired with a Cuyahoga Community College faculty member to observe and participate in a semester-long course within their discipline. Successful completion of the fall seminar is a prerequisite for consideration for the Mellon Fellowship, which includes a $1,500 stipend.
For more information about the program, please contact Kimberly Emmons at email@example.com.