In AY 2018-2019, I had the opportunity to work with the Cleveland Humanities Collaborative to develop a program aimed at preparing graduate students at CWRU for teaching careers at community colleges.

The Humanities Teaching Careers at Community Colleges (HTC3) program includes a Fall seminar (HUMN 422), which introduces participants to teaching, learning, and working in the community college environment.  HUMN 422 appears on students’ transcripts as a zero-credit seminar; it is graded Pass/No Pass. The program also offers a competitive Mellon Fellowship in Humanities Teaching in the Spring. Mellon Fellows are paired with a community college faculty member to observe and participate in a semester-long course within their discipline. 

For more information about the HTC3 program, see:

College of Arts & Sciences profile of HTC3: CAS art/sci update (Jan 2020).