ENG 100 Workshop Developers and Trainers

Per the NFA Contract, Article 9, TMCC is announcing to all eligible Academic and Administrative faculty that a need exists for three ENG 100 Workshop Developers and Trainers.


Feb. 9, 2024


Workshop developers will work collaboratively with each other to curate student group workshops, train three lead tutors, and embed a lead tutor in their own fall 2024 online section of English 100 to run the workshops.

Scope of Work

This assignment consists of approximately 15 hours of work, including workshop development, tutor training, and follow-up sessions to track progress over the spring 2024 and fall 2024 semesters. Workshop development to be completed over the spring 2024 semester and tutor training to take place during the fall 2024 Professional Development week. Follow-up meetings to track progress will occur during the fall 2024 semester.

Responsibilities and Deliverables

  • Design seven 60-minute group workshops with two other colleagues to embed in English 100 asynchronous courses.
  • Provide training to embedded tutors during Fall 2024 ProDev week.
  • Promote workshops in your specific English 100 asynchronous course.
  • Require and give credit for tutoring (group or individual) in your specific English 100 asynchronous course.
  • Provide a "zoom room" in your specific course for tutor-led workshops.
  • Provide support for your assigned embedded tutor during the pilot semester.
  • Collect course-specific data to present at semester-end (workshop attendance and completion rates).
  • Project Goals and Objectives:
    • Increase successful completion of asynchronous English 100 courses.
    • Improve writing tutor skills through training, instructor collaboration, and embedding.
    • Provide additional options for online student access to writing tutors.
    • Increase frequency of student use of TLC writing tutors.


The ideal candidate for this position will meet the following criteria:

  • full-time English faculty who are teaching at least one section of English 100 asynchronously in Fall 2024
  • have taught English 100 asynchronously for at least two semesters prior to Fall 2024


One credit of course release time or the equivalent stipend of $952 will be provided to each of the three participants.

Reports To

Natalie Russell, Dean of Liberal Arts

Application Process

Interested faculty will submit a letter of interest describing special qualifications and background information no later than 5 p.m. on Feb. 26, 2024.

The letter should be addressed to Natalie Russell and sent to her email: nrussell@tmcc.edu.

Selection Process

Dean Russell will notify applicants of the hiring decision on or before March 1, 2024.