Dr. Alice Holloway Young Diversity Internship Program
Dr. Alice Holloway Young has had a profound impact on education in Rochester and Monroe County for over fifty years. As a founding trustee of Monroe Community College, and as its chair from 1978 to 1998, she shaped the direction of the college and provided leadership that saw MCC become the premier institution it is today. As an African-American educator in the Rochester City Schools for four decades, Dr. Young was a pioneer. She was among the first African-American teachers, and the first African-American to hold the titles of Reading Specialist, Vice Principal, and Principal. When Dr. Young retired in 1985, she held the position of supervising director of elementary instruction. Dr. Young is an integral member of the MCC Community. The Alice Holloway Young Commons, the student residence halls, have been named in her honor. Dr. Young's impact on the community has been recognized by the NYS Senate as a Woman of Distinction.
The Dr. Alice Holloway Young Diversity Internship Program (AHYDIP) is a competitive, professional-level program to recruit and train Faculty and Professional Staff from historically underrepresented ethnic groups. The AHYDIP promotes diversity, equity, and inclusion at Monroe Community College.
We have established this program to encourage talented individuals from underrepresented ethnic or racial groups to consider a career in a community college.
There are two tracks for potential candidates:
•Faculty: Assist with course preparation including syllabus design, calendar outline, and any issues relevant to instruction.
•Professional Staff: Participate in special projects and ongoing initiatives that support the Colleges goals and mission.
There are two options for potential candidates:
•Participant: This is a one semester professional development series held in the spring semester. Each participant will receive mentoring and one day of job shadowing (Professional Staff), or one class of student teaching (Faculty).
•Intern: This is a two semester program. Individuals will be selected from the Participant cohort for an internship in the fall semester and be assigned to a division to teach a course (Faculty), or to work in an office (Professional Staff). During the second semester, Faculty interns receive traditional adjunct pay; Professional Staff receive an equivalent stipend. Teaching internships are awarded based on course availability. Prerequisite: the professional development series.
There are two placement categories for potential candidates: (placement is decided by the College)
•Academic Services (for faculty track); OR
•Administrative Services, Economic Development and Innovative Workforce Services (EDIWS), President's Office, or Student Services (for Professional Staff track)
To be considered for the Dr. Alice Holloway Young Diversity Internship Program, applicants must complete the application process in its entirety and meet the requirements below:
•Be diverse and represent a historically underrepresented ethnic or racial population
•Have no prior professional-level college work experience
•Hold a minimum of a Bachelor's degree (Master's degree preferred) from a regionally accredited higher education institution (for Faculty interns, a minimum of Master's degree is required and the degree must be in a discipline taught at MCC); OR
•Be a current graduate student and have completed 15 credits toward a Master's degree from a regionally accredited higher education institution, in a discipline taught at MCC (see Academic Programs for disciplines taught at MCC)
•Hold a Bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited higher education institution, with 15 graduate credits (in a discipline taught at MCC)
•Responsible for adhering to the College Code of Conduct
•Responsible for contributing to and maintaining an inclusive and collaborative College environment
•Responsible for maintaining technological competencies utilized by the College
•Commitment to the philosophy of a comprehensive community college
•Commitment to professional growth
Applications must be submitted by February 15, 2019 and are valid for one year. Applications will be reviewed by committee and those selected as participants for spring 2019 will be contacted in February 2019 with information about the professional development series held in the spring semester. Please note, paid internship assignments will take place in fall 2019 for those selected from the cohort of participants.
To apply, please visit: http://monroecc.interviewexchange.com/candapply.jsp?JOBID=106401