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Faculty Diversity Internship Program

College of Marin
California, United States
Salary Not specified
Posted Date
Jun 2, 2023

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College of Marin is pleased to announce its 2023/2024 Faculty Diversity Internship Program (FDIP). The FDIP is intended to provide interns who are currently nearing completion of a Master's or doctoral degree from an accredited college or university with the opportunity to learn about College of Marin and the California Community College system from both inside and outside of the classroom. Interns will gain valuable community college experience and knowledge on how to ultimately gain employment teaching at a community college. This experience will include classroom instruction experience and relevant training.

Interns will be paired with full-time, veteran faculty in their discipline to work closely together over the course of one academic year. The intern will have instructional opportunities to participate in the classroom, working directly with students, the interns will attend monthly training sessions. The program will culminate in the creation of a California Community College Faculty Hiring portfolio for each intern. All classes will be presented in person or online. However, interns are expected to be available in person for other internship activities.


Dates: This is a full-year commitment – Fall 2023 to Spring 2024

Disciplines: For the 2023/2024 program, we are accepting applications for specific disciplines:

  • Biology
  • Early Childhood Education
  • Library Science
  • Math

    Salary Range: $15.50 per hour (10 hours per week)

    To Apply: Please visit the College of Marin Faculty Diversity Internship Program:

    Application Deadline: July 15, 2023 - Open Until Filled

    For questions or more information:
    Patricia France
    Faculty Diversity Internship Program Coordinator

    College of Marin strives to embrace diversity in all forms; it strives to be an inclusive community that fosters an open, enlightened and productive environment and demonstrates sensitivity to and respect for a diverse population.

  • Last year of graduate/Ph.D. program in discipline applying for internship.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Commitment to using equitable practices in teaching and reflect our diverse student population

    INTERN RESPONSIBILITIES (see website for more information)
  • At the beginning of each term, the mentor and intern should meet to review the intern's learning objectives, the calendar of activities (observations, classroom participation, weekly meetings, etc.), and the best methods of communication.
  • Regularly check and respond to texts, emails, syllabus, course calendar, homework assignments, class assignments and assessments BEFORE the term begins. Discuss topics of interest with Mentor to identify opportunities for participation.
  • Meet with the Mentor at least once per week.
  • Attend professional development and FDIP workshops.
  • Develop and review Job Search Portfolio with help of Mentor.

    The College of Marin does not sponsor work visa applications for FDIP positions. The successful candidate must be able to provide evidence of identity and current legal authorization to work in the United States.


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