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The Evergreen State College Adjunct Nonprofit Fundraising and Development and Grant Writing Faculty 2024 (Pr in Olympia, Washington

Position Information Position Title Adjunct Nonprofit Fundraising and Development and Grant Writing Faculty 2024 (Professional and Continuing Education) Job Summary This is a part-time faculty position in the school of Professional and Continuing Education at The Evergreen State College. The Evergreen State College seeks a part-time faculty member with professional experience in nonprofit administration who is interested in teaching Nonprofit Fundraising and Development and Grant Writing, both of which are part of the Certificate of Nonprofit Administration in Evergreen's school of Professional and Continuing Education. The successful candidate(s) for this position will teach nonprofit administration online at the undergraduate level. The school for Professional and Continuing Education provides transformative education for part time students, working adults, and lifelong learners. Drawing on Evergreen's tradition of innovative curricular design and collaborative learning communities, it offers bachelor's degree curriculum and certificates that combine theory with practice to help students achieve academic goals, advance their careers, and create a better world. The College reserves the right to extend searches or not offer positions advertised. As a condition of employment, persons hired must provide proof of identity and employment eligibility, including authorization to work in the United States, within three (3) days of beginning work. All position offers are contingent on funding. Persons with disabilities can receive accommodation in the hiring process by contacting the Faculty Hiring Coordinator. The Evergreen State College is an equal opportunity employer. Job Expectations The part-time faculty member hired for this position is expected to teach the fall quarter 2024 four-credit online synchronous course, Nonprofit Fundraising and Development and/or the winter quarter 2025 four-credit online synchronous course, Grant Writing. This course is part of the Certificate in Nonprofit Administration offered in Evergreen's school for Professional and Continuing education. The online class sessions will be held one night a week (TBD) from 6 pm Pacific Time. Both courses are part of the Certificate in Nonprofit Administration offered in Evergreen's school for Professional and Continuing education. This is an adjunct faculty position and is not eligible for continuing appointment. All requirements for these positions must be completed at the time of hire. Salary for all positions is based on experience and degrees (see for more information). We do not offer relocation expenses for our adjunct faculty positions. The Evergreen State College offers full-time programs during the day and courses and half-time programs during evening hours and on weekends, and remotely in Professional and Continuing Education. The curriculum in Professional and Continuing Education is based on certificate and degree completion programs and includes 2-credit, 4-credit, and 8-credit offerings, normally planned at a 25:1 student to faculty ratio, and capstone work including undergraduate research or internships and individual study. Evergreen uses narrative evaluations in lieu of grades and faculty are generally responsible for evaluating 25 students/quarter in each class. Faculty are also responsible for advising students as they reflect on their learning process, develop a pathway of study, and formulate their own areas of concentration. Our teaching is student-centered, which means we are interested in helping students develop strong skills in critical thinking, problem solving, communication and collaborative work. Because over 80% of our students come from underserved and marginalized groups, we are particularly invested in approaches to teaching that emphasize diversity and equity, that provide opportunities for challenge and growth, and that foster a learni

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