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There are several positions available with the Pre-College Programs this summer;

FACULTY FELLOWS IN RESIDENCE (4 positions available)
Pre-College Programs (PCP) is seeking dynamic, innovative, and student-oriented candidates to serve as Faculty Fellows this summer.  The PCP Faculty Fellow-in-Residence will support the implementation of a Living Learning Community (LLC), an educational experience designed to take student learning beyond the classroom walls. The development of the LLC curriculum and activities will be the responsibility of the Faculty Fellow. Each LLC has a specific focus area, which in the past have included: Digital Cultures (social media, gaming, digital art, online publishing, etc), Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Science and Research, Arts and Humanities; as well as more specific topics such as conservation biology.
FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT www.precollege.umd.edu


TEACHING POSITIONS (FULL-TIME AND PART-TIME)
Science (Chemistry or Physics), Latin, Engineering/Technology (Robotics or CAD); June 17 - July 27, 2012 

The Pre-College Programs is seeking an innovative, student-oriented candidate to teach in its summer residential program.  The successful candidate must be able to provide a rich curriculum to high school students using a variety of instructional strategies.  Additional information can be found on www.precollege.umd.edu.

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