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TRIO Summer Academy Instructor



Position Summary:

Instructional teaching positions as part of the TRiO Upward Bound College Summer Academy 2024. The TRiO UB College Summer Academy is a summer enrichment experience for our high school participants (one component of the TRiO Upward Bound College Prep Program) that runs for five weeks June 3 to July 3, 2024. 4 hours of instructions + 1 admin hour + 1 office hour per week for a total of 6 hours per week. Our high school student participants are income eligible and/or will be the first in their families to attend college when they graduate high school.

Job Description:

· Develop interactive project-based curriculum according to TRIO Upward Bound program guidelines for assigned class.

· Design class with subject matter that relates to and enhances current high school content.

· Instruct approximately 4 hours per week.

· Attend all teacher meetings prior to and during the Summer Academy (including orientation).

· Demonstrates a commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, and student success, as well as working with broadly diverse communities.

· Provide or make advanced arrangements for curriculum materials such as textbooks, readers or instructional aides for student participants.

· Become familiar with and follow TRIO Upward Bound summer policies and procedures.

· Develop and administer informal pre and post-testing to students at the beginning and end of the summer program. CORE ONLY

· Grade, assess, and provide feedback on daily homework assignments. CORE ONLY

· Prepare attendance sheets on a daily basis.

· Submit informal progress reports on student performance on a weekly basis or as necessary. CORE ONLY

· Provide the Upward Bound Director any pertinent records or information regarding any student in your class(es).

· Provide the necessary class coverage and lesson plans to the Director and Tutor/TA in the event of your absence. Absences are strongly discouraged unless there is an emergency .

· Possess a thorough understanding of the TRIO Upward Bound program’s overall goals and assist with a program of study that will promote success and generate confidence for students.

· Maintains knowledge and awareness of digital accessibility including the American with Disabilities Act and Section 508.

· Produces and remediates digitally accessible materials in accordance with FLC standards.

Compensation

This temporary position is required to teach a class twice a week, two hours at a time, for five weeks, during the Summer.

Total compensation is $2,500 for the academic period.

Application Process
A complete application packet includes:
  • Cover letter addressing interest and qualifications for the position.

  • C urriculum Vitae

  • Names and contact information for three current, professional references.

The position will remain open until filled.

About Fort Lewis College:

On a sage-brushed mesa overlooking downtown Durango and the La Plata Mountains, Fort Lewis College is Southwest Colorado’s premier public undergraduate research institution. With more than half of the 3,300 students identifying as people of color, FLC’s academic programming and campus life thrive on nurturing safe, diverse spaces for intellectual exploration and helping people achieve their career goals. A Native American-serving, Non-Tribal Institution, FLC is committed to promoting economic development in neighboring tribal communities and connecting students with the education they need to be the change in the world they want to see. Degree programs span the arts, business, education, health sciences, humanities, and social and natural sciences. Coursework builds on the natural, cultural, and historical resources found around the Four Corners region. Students work closely with faculty on research projects with real-world implications. Like the mountain town it resides in, FLC promotes a culture of work-life balance for students, faculty, and staff. Skyhawks enjoy unparalleled access to a healthy outdoor lifestyle thanks to 300 days of sunshine a year and more than 300 miles of hiking and biking trails in and around Durango

Notice to Prospective Employees:
The Fort Lewis College is required by the Clery Act of 1990 to notify prospective employees, current employees, students and applicants where to access our Campus Security Report. The report is updated and published annually in accordance with the Higher Education Amendments of 1998, Federal Student Right-to-Know, the Federal Drug-free Schools and Campuses Act of 1989. This report contains information about:
  • Fort Lewis College's alcohol and other drug policy
  • Sexual assault policy
  • Campus security policies
  • Campus/community resources
  • The Colorado Riot Offense Statute restriction on enrollment
  • Where to find registered sex offender information
  • Crime statistics for the previous three calendar years
  • Reporting crimes
The Campus Security Report can be accessed in two ways:
By going to the internet website at: www.fortlewis.edu/AnnualSecurityReport Fort Lewis College Student Affairs Office will also provide a paper copy of the annual security report upon request. You can reach them at (970) 247-7331.

Equal Opportunity
Fort Lewis College does not discriminate on the basis of race, age, color, religion, national origin, sex*, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, family or domestic status, political beliefs, veteran status, pregnancy, or genetic information. Accordingly, equal opportunity for employment shall be extended to all persons. The College shall promote equal opportunity, equal treatment, and affirmative action efforts to increase the diversity of students, faculty, and staff. The College is dedicated to building a culturally diverse and pluralistic faculty and staff committed to teaching and working in a multicultural environment. To file a report, get resources, read policies, or make an appointment, See www.fortlewis.edu/CARE.

Discrimination Questions?

Office of Compliance and Community Standards
David Pirrone, Director of Compliance
192 Education Business Hall
1000 Rim Drive
Durango, Colorado 81301
(970) 247-7182 djpirrone@fortlewis.edu

Questions about Title IX sex discrimination?
Office of the Title IX Coordinator
Kate Suazo, Assistant Director of Compliance and Title IX Coordinator
230 Skyhawk Station
1000 Rim Drive
Durango, Colorado 81301
(970) 247-6729 cmsuazo@fortlewis.edu

Information about Fort Lewis College’s alcohol and drug policy, sexual assault policy, campus security policies, campus crime statistics, fire safety procedures and fire statistics, and campus/community resources can be found in the Annual Security and Fire Safety Report. Hard copies are available upon request.

* Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 and Part 106 of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) prohibit discrimination on the basis of sex, including in admission and employment. Inquiries about the application of Title IX and CFR 106 to Fort Lewis College may be directed to FLC's Title IX Coordinator and/or to the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights of the Department of Education.

ADAA Accommodations
Any person with a disability as defined by the ADA Amendments Act of 2008 (ADAAA) may be provided a reasonable accommodation upon request to enable the person to complete an employment assessment. To request an accommodation, please contact Kristin Polens by phone 970-247-7459 or email kpolens@fortlewis.edu at least five business days before the assessment date to allow us to evaluate your request and prepare for the accommodation. You may be asked to provide additional information, including medical documentation, regarding functional limitations and type of accommodation needed. Please ensure that you have this information available well in advance of the assessment date.

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