Per the NFA Contract, Article 10, TMCC is announcing to all eligible academic and administrative faculty that a need exists for a Getting Ahead Program Facilitator.
July 10, 2018
To provide the educational component of the WINN grant-funded re-entry program to the 30 program participants.
This will be a 16-week program using the Getting Ahead and WorkKeys programs, and will be offered one evening a week at the Washoe County Sober 24 facility.
Scope of Work
The facilitator will teach 30 re-entry (justice-involved/low income) individuals skills to prepare them for success in school and the workplace.
The Getting Ahead curriculum will be used, in conjunction with WorkKeys.
The timeframe will be between July 1 and December 31, 2018, and the course will be conducted after 5 p.m. for three hours, one night per week, for 16 weeks.
Responsibilities and Deliverables
Facilitate a 3-hour/week sixteen-week course for re-entry students that includes: Getting Ahead (2 hours/week), computer and financial literacy (1 hour/week) for 30 participants.
Certified Getting Ahead Facilitator and training in teaching financial literacy to under-resourced populations, experience in teaching basic computer skills, understanding of effective teaching methods for justice-involved participants and individuals from backgrounds of poverty.
The equivalent of 1 credit for Fall Semester ($895/semester): $895.
Executive Director of Retention and Support Services.
Interested faculty will submit a letter of interest describing special qualifications and background information no later than 5 p.m. on July 23, 2018. The letter should be addressed to the Executive Director of Retention and Support Services. Note: administrative faculty must include a documented plan for separation of the additional assignment work from regular work time.
The Executive Director of Retention and Support Services will notify applicants of the hiring decision on or before July 27, 2018.