Job Title Upward Bound Instructors Job Summary
The Clovis Community College TRiO Upward Bound Program provides
college preparatory services for high school students. The program
is federally funded to serve 55 students from Clovis High School
and the Freshman Academy in Clovis, New Mexico. Upward Bound is
currently seeking Instructors for Enrichment Saturday Workshops and
our Summer On-Campus Program. All participants attend Enrichment
Saturday workshops once a month during the academic year,
(September - May). The subjects covered during Enrichment
Saturday's are Writing, Science, Computers, Math, and ACT Prep.
Lessons are designed to engage students in hands-on activities that
will require critical thinking. The summer component of Upward
Bound, called the Summer-on-Campus Program consists of an
intensive, five week academic program of interactive, project-based
classes held at Clovis Community College that are designed to help
develop the skills necessary for success in college. Classes will
have 10-12 students. Instructors may be invited to teach extra
Thursday classes during the Summer-on-Campus Program depending on
availability and desire.
DESIRED INSTRUCTION AREAS (not limited to):
* SCIENCE * MATHEMATICS * ENGLISH * HISTORY * LAW * FOREIGN
LANGUAGES * PHYSICAL EDUCATION * ART & MUSIC * OTHER - Suggestions
will be taken into consideration from instructors.
ENRICHMENT SATURDAY INSTRUCTOR DUTIES:
* Create and implement a lesson plan for the appropriate subject
(All lesson plans must be approved by the Academic Services
Coordinator or Project Director) * Provide a list of supplies. *
Provide interactive classroom and lab instruction (if needed). *
Actual class time is approx. 3hrs
SUMMER ON CAMPUS INSTRUCTOR DUTIES:
* Create and implement a syllabus for the appropriate subject
(template provided). * All curriculum is expected to be built by
the instructor with guidelines from the Academic Services
Coordinator. * Modify curriculum to follow the summer program
theme: Find Your Direction with Upward Bound Provide a list of
supplies. * Provide interactive classroom and lab instruction (if
needed). * Monitor and record student performance on a weekly basis
(grade sheet template provided). * Participate in the summer
instructor orientation, all pre-program preparation meetings. *
In-class work is preferred. Homework is not encouraged. * Actual
class time is between 1 and 1.5 hours, depending on subject.
Additional Duties and Responsibilities
Perform additional duties as assigned.
Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience required, in a
related discipline is preferred. Ability to adequately teach
subject area to high school students, using creative teaching
methods; successful work experience in teaching, tutoring, or
mentoring; demonstrate sensitivity to the needs of potential
generation college and low income students.
Requires frequent to continuous movement, continuous sitting and
handling of small objects such as paper and pen. Requires lifting,
pushing and pulling of up to 20 lbs and small motor functions and
eye hand coordination in the use of computer equipment. Hours vary.
Occasional evening and weekend hours may be required. Must have
Salary Grade Salary $20.00 hourly
Posting Number P001042 Number of Vacancies Desired Start Date
01/28/2017 Open Date 01/11/2017 Close Date
Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).
Documents Needed to Apply
* Resume * Cover Letter * Transcripts (Unofficial Accepted)
* Letter of Recommendation