Make a Difference as an Adult Education Instructor
MWCC’s adult education programs are expanding and we are in need of instructors for both the MWCC Adult Education program and our MASSLinks Virtual Academy. These positions prepare adult learners to obtain their high school equivalency and continue on to earn a college education. Explore the positions below and apply today!
The Humanities Instructor designs and delivers instruction exploring the intersection of the Arts, Social Justice, and the Human Experience designed to build literacy and critical analysis skills necessary for college and career success. This position delivers synchronous and asynchronous remote group instruction to adult learners preparing them for the literacy and Social Studies sections of either high school equivalency test approved in Massachusetts (HiSET or GED).
The STEM Instructor designs and delivers synchronous and asynchronous remote instruction exploring the connections between critical thinking and problem solving, mathematics, the sciences (Earth, Life, and Physical), and engineering and technology. This coursework is designed to build literacy and critical analysis skills necessary for college and career success. This position delivers group instruction to adult learners preparing them for the Math and Science sections of either high school equivalency test approved in Massachusetts (HiSET or GED).
Adult Basic Education Instructor
The ABE instructor provides group instruction to adult learners. Instructors are required to keep written lesson plans and align them to the program curriculum and the College and Career Readiness Standards for Adult Education. In addition, instructors must work cooperatively with ABE Education and Career Advisors and the program administration to ensure students make appropriate academic and career progress while receiving superior services. Instructors collaborate with program staff to ensure the implementation of research-based instructional practices designed to accelerate learning and progress students along a regionally relevant career pathway. Instructors collaborate with personnel at the college, North Central Career Center, and regional partners to ensure students are connected to all supports needed to enhance their success.
Part Time: Adult Basic Education Instructor
Instructors must possess an understanding of current theories and principles of second language acquisition and the ability to apply this knowledge to promote English language development. Instructors utilize real-life topics and themes to teach the intricacies of the English language to diverse, multicultural students. They will work cooperatively with student support staff and administration to ensure students make appropriate academic and social progress while preparing students for career and academic advancement within identified regional priority industries.
Part Time: ESOL Instructor
Learn more about our ESOL program in these videos.