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Community College Panel TOMORROW 2-4pm in 4406

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    Amanda Licastro

    Dear GC Composition and Rhetoric Community,

    If you are currently on the market, will soon be going on the market, or are just curious about community college careers, please come attend our jobs panel in the English program lounge (4406) tomorrow from 2-4. The roundtable will feature faculty from CUNY and non-CUNY cc’s who have recently served on search committees and can give you details about what they’re looking for, how the process works, and what a c.c. career is like:

    This roundtable will address the following question: “What (and who) do community colleges want?” Five panelists—all of whom have served on community college search committees—will address this question with practical insight into all parts of the community college job search process, from composing the cover letter and CV to navigating the interviews. If you think you might be interested in applying for community college jobs in the near future, come to this panel to gain insight into the search process as well as the demands and rewards of a community college career and leave better prepared for your search.


    Michael Broek, Assistant Professor of English, Brookdale Community College (Monmouth County, NJ)
    Douglas Howard, Associate Professor and Acting Academic Chair of English, Suffolk County Community College (Long Island, NY)
    David Humphries, Associate Professor and Deputy Chair of English, Queensborough Community College (CUNY)
    Claudia Moreno Pisano, Assistant Professor of English, LaGuardia Community College (CUNY)
    Robert Singer, Professor of English, Kingsborough Community College (CUNY)

    Moderated by Elizabeth Harris (Assistant Professor, LaGuardia Community College) and Laurel Harris (Assistant Professor, Queensborough Community College).

    DEO for Placement Ammiel Alcalay will introduce with a brief overview of the job market process.

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