Who Can be a Fellow?
Fellows must have successfully completed a master’s degree or its equivalent and apply by February 15 for the Spring semester.
Goals and Benefits of the Program
The goals of the Faculty Fellowship Program are to:
- Diversify the pool of qualified minority faculty
- Create and facilitate diversified career paths for minorities within and outside of MCC
- Promote MCC as an accessible and desirable environment within which members of minority groups can establish and maintain careers
- Provide diverse role models for the benefit of MCC students
- Enhance the ethnic, racial and intellectual diversity that the college seeks to promote
The benefits of the Faculty Fellowship Program include:
- Exposure to curriculum that includes best practices in teaching and learning -on-ground, hybrid and online
- Opportunities for job-shadowing and co-teaching
- The pairing of Fellows with experienced MCC faculty mentors.
- Participation in professional development opportunities occurring during the semester
- Consideration, in the form of an interview, for available adjunct faculty positions in the Faculty Fellow’s discipline.
Expectation of Fellows
Fellows are expected to allocate time on a weekly basis to curricular work and mentoring activities. It is anticipated that the commitment will be 3-4 hours per week. A schedule for the semester and online assignments will be provided at the onset of the program.
Applications, including the Supplemental Information Request Form, are due by February 15 for the Spring semester.
Selection of Fellows
Applicants will be notified by email of their status in the selection process. Those individuals chosen to participate in the program will be invited to a Faculty Fellowship Orientation.
For more information about the Faculty Fellowship Program, please contact:
Dr. Pamela Mitchell
Associate Dean of Academic Affairs
Manchester Community College
Great Path, MS#15
P.O. Box 1046
Manchester, CT 06045-1046