Enroll in the Corporate and Community Education Adjunct Talent Pool

first_imgEnroll in the Corporate and Community Education Adjunct TalentPoolThe Center for Corporate and Community Education (CCED) invites youto apply to our adjunct talent pool. Our adjuncts teach non-creditprogramming in the daytime and/or evening. CCED classes are offeredonsite in traditional classroom settings, online, or in hybridformats. You may be invited to formally apply for employment asneeds are determined. You must apply to specific positions to beconsidered for hire.Adult BasicsArtBusiness SkillsComputer SkillsCooking/FoodCorporate/WorkforceData AnalyticsESLHolisticKids ProgramsLeadershipMusic & LanguageOne Person Slow Plow InstructorSwimTest PrepQualifications:Ability to work with a diverse population of students.Education and passion in the relevant teaching field.Ability to clearly communicate in a verbal and writtenformat.*Education and Experience dependent on course titleSpecial Instructions to Applicants: This is a resumedatabase only. Based on the information you provide and our varyingadjunct needs, you may be invited to apply for an opening.Mohawk Valley Community College is an Affirmative Action,Equal Opportunity Employer deeply committed to a community ofexcellence, equity, and diversity. MVCC maintains an inclusivelearning environment in which students, faculty, administrators,staff, curriculum, social activities, governance, and all otheraspects of campus life reflect a diverse, multi-cultural, andglobal worldview. We value the many similarities and differencesamong individuals and groups. We are committed to preparingstudents to understand, live among, appreciate, and work in a worldmade up of people with different ethnic and racial backgrounds,military backgrounds, religious beliefs, socio-economic status,cultural traditions, different abilities, sexual orientations andgender identities. All qualified applicants will receiveconsideration for employment without regard to race, color,religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, nationalorigin, veteran status or on the basis ofdisability.last_img read more

Oxford denies alleged new eSport offerings

first_imgDespite a “widely reported” partnership between Chinese media giant Tencent and Oxford University, there are no plans to introduce esport courses at Oxford, a University spokesperson has told Cherwell.Several gaming news sites, including Esports Insider and Dot eSports, have reported that Oxford intends to include new courses on eSports. Reuters has also mentioned the courses.The courses were allegedly part of a “broad cultural deal” Tencent signed with the UK.At an event announcing the deal in London in early May, Britain’s Secretary of State for International Trade, Liam Fox, said: “The next few years offer a golden opportunity for the UK to work with companies such as Tencent to drive innovation and shape the future of global trade.“We look forward to turning this ambition into a reality.”Esports Insider subsequently reported that: “University of Oxford will host tournaments and offer courses with a view to increasing the profile of eSports, as well as bringing more talent into it.“While it’s known that esports courses will be available through the University, [what]exact offerings and topics are yet to be revealed.”However, an Oxford spokesperson told Cherwell that the University has not discussed creating any eSports courses with Tencent. They confirmed that while Tencent has expressed interest in holding an eSports tournament at the University, nothing more has been discussed.Tencent, a Chinese social media giant worth more than Facebook, recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the UK Department of International Trade.Tencent runs most of China’s top social media, music, and gaming platforms. Among its products is WeChat, messaging program with over a billion users.last_img read more