Teach With Us

Workforce Solutions engages with business and industry, school districts, non-profits, and Michigan’s public workforce agency to develop and deliver customized training courses and job-training programs for the communities in the Barry, Branch, and Calhoun county communities.

Workforce Solutions is always looking to build and grow its teaching and instructional resources of qualified Adjunct Faculty to teach business and industry customized training courses (non-credit) and job-training courses (for-credit), through the college’s Innovative, Accelerated, Credentialed (iACT) Program Initiative.

We serve a diverse range of students including incumbent workers, adult and dislocated workers, and high-school students enrolled in dual-enrollment programs through the iACT Program Initiative.

Our courses and programs rely on industry professionals and subject matter experts to provide an interactive, dynamic, and quality academic experience. If you have a passion for your industry or profession, and are interested in serving the community through education, than an Adjunct Faculty teaching position might be a good fit for you!

Qualifications

Kellogg Community College is fully accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. The HLC has established a set of criteria that a person must possess in order to be qualified to teach for-credit coursework.  The department follows similar standards for qualifications for Adjunct Faculty teaching customized incumbent worker training courses (non-credit).

Additionally, specific courses and/or program areas may have additional selection and qualification criteria from third-party accrediting bodies or compliance agencies.

Open Positions

Workforce Solutions is currently in need of qualified Adjunct Faculty to teach in the college’s iACT Kellogg Advanced Manufacturing Assembly (KAMA) Program at the Regional Manufacturing Technology Center (RMTC) in Battle Creek, MI.

Fall 2020 Term:

IACT 141 Applied Simulation in Advanced Manufacturing

Note: There are two sections available for IACT 141 in the Fall 2020 term. One section is for adult learners enrolled in an accelerated program. Another section is for Battle Creek area high school Juniors and Seniors enrolled in a semester long program.

Apply

To view available teaching positions, qualifications, and to apply, please visit the college’s Employment Opportunities page.