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Part-time Instructors Needed: ApprenticeshipNH Program & Community College System of NH

 

Part-time Instructors Needed!

If you are looking for a flexible teaching opportunity or a part-time job,

consider becoming an apprenticeship instructor! Instructors are needed to

teach short-term, accelerated training programs in healthcare, IT, and

advanced manufacturing.  These programs serve as the classroom instruction

component of a registered apprenticeship.

Ease into retirement. Share your knowledge. Become an Apprenticeship

instructor.

The Community College System of New Hampshire’s (CCSNH) ApprenticeshipNH

program is searching for qualified candidates to teach short-term,

accelerated training programs that are a component of a Registered

Apprenticeship program taking place at a New Hampshire employer. If you

have a background/experience in healthcare, advanced manufacturing, or IT

this opportunity may be a great fit for you!

“Registered Apprenticeship is an innovative, work-based learning model

where apprentices earn while they learn and receive wages while

participating in classroom instruction and on-the job training,” said Emily

Zeien, ApprenticeshipNH Grant Manager at CCSNH. Apprenticeship instructors

will be hired by one of the seven colleges within the System and will help

connect classroom instruction with real-life work experience.

A degree and relevant experience in healthcare, advanced manufacturing, or

IT is required.

WHY APPRENTICESHIP?

More flexibility than an adjunct faculty role because no long-term

commitment is required.

Ideal for someone with a current part-time role or who is semi-retired

to stay connected to teaching and their industry, while also giving back to

the community

No per-semester credit requirements: teach as few or as many courses as

you like.

LEARN MORE:

Visit https://apprenticeshipnh.org/for-individuals/become-an-instructor/;

you can also email apprenticeshipusanh@ccsnh.edu or call (603) 230-3526.

About ApprenticeshipNH

The ApprenticeshipNH Program, housed at the Community College System of New

Hampshire, is a unique effort that prepares workers as Registered

Apprentices to better compete in the modern workforce. Focusing on the

Advanced Manufacturing, Healthcare, and Information Technology sectors, the

ApprenticeshipNH Program provides workers with invaluable opportunities to

pursue highly-skilled, high-paying jobs, and opportunities for employers

seeking to build a qualified workforce in NH. The program is funded through

a $1.2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and

Training Administration.

About the Community College System of New Hampshire

The Community College System of New Hampshire consists of seven colleges,

offering associate degree and certificate programs, professional training,

transfer pathways to four-year degrees, and dual-credit partnerships with

NH high schools. The System’s colleges are Great Bay Community College in

Portsmouth and Rochester; Lakes Region Community College in Laconia;

Manchester Community College; Nashua Community College; NHTI – Concord’s

Community College; River Valley Community College in Claremont, Lebanon and

Keene; and White Mountains Community College in Berlin, Littleton and North

Conway. The seven community colleges in the system are committed to working

with businesses throughout the state to train and retain employees to

develop a robust workforce across all sectors and embraces the “65 by 25

initiative,” which calls for 65% of NH citizens to have some form of

postsecondary education by 2025 to meet future workforce demands.

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