Teaching Opportunities/Program Proposals
The Division of Continuing Education, Corporate and Public Sector Training is committed to attracting and retaining a highly qualified workforce to support the College’s mission of providing high quality, relevant and varied educational programs for the intellectual, cultural and personal growth of all members of our community. At this time, proposals for job training programs that offer industry recognized certifications and lead to reemployment are of particular interest.
Ideas for New Classes in our Summer Kids and Teens Program
The Bergen Community College Kids and Teens Program is a highly successful program which is very popular with the children that attend, as well as their parents. The program runs for seven weeks, starting on June 29th and ending on August 14th. We are looking for teachers with some new ideas for the program. We currently offer half-day and full-day week-long classes in areas such as: visual arts, performing arts, sports, computers, reading, writing, graphic design, science and nature, baking, and so much more! If you have an idea for a class that you would like to develop and teach, we would love to hear from you. You can contact Regina Imperato, the Program Supervisor, by calling 201-493-3792 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Instructors with Specialty in Autism Spectrum Disorders
Qualifications: Experience working with special-needs learners, preferably children and adults on the autism spectrum. Must have strong knowledge of the learning process, autism spectrum disorders, and/or the development of appropriate behaviors and social skills in the school, home and community.
Instructor for Fundamentals of Teaching course
Qualifications: Master’s Degree in education or related field; experience teaching in a classroom setting as well as online experience. Prefer Secondary AP teacher with experience in mentoring new teachers. In addition to experience teaching children, experience teaching adults preferred.
Course Description: Begins with the basics of teaching, including developing course content. Course continues with advanced teaching theories and techniques, motivating students, sustaining attention, managing groups, developing curricula, devising assessments, and utilizing educational technology.
Sustainable & Green Technologies
Qualifications: LEED certified professionals and/or experts in the fields of Renewable Energy, Energy Efficiency, Indoor Air Quality, weatherization, construction, installation of windows and doors, blueprint reading, energy rebates applications, Green Advantage Test Prep., green purchasing, carbon reduction, and solar power installation. All courses are to be delivered with a high level of safety practices, while incorporating customer service and selling skills.These topics are to prepare students for green and sustainable employment.
Qualifications:Master’s degree in Special Education, Social Work, or related field preferred. Must have experience teaching special learners in transition programs. Job coaches and support professionals encouraged to apply.
Qualifications: Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification, with a successful track record as a Project Manager. An experienced professional who can teach concepts and demonstrate hands on applications . Ability to develop and deliver a practical Certificate Program that gives the students the skills necessary to prepare them for employment.
To propose a course fill out the online form below, or print and mail the PDF: New Program Proposal Letter and Application