Employment Opportunities

Discussion in 'General Distance Learning Discussions' started by raristud2, Oct 15, 2006.

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  5. Randell1234

    Randell1234 Moderator Staff Member

    raristud2,

    You are on a roll............
     
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    thanks randell. and more to arrive :)
     
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    There are potential adjunct applicants who may not be aware of higherded or chronicle. Hopefully, these posts will help DI members and lurkers :) locate employment opps.

    If South University can help pay the bills and a person has been laid off, I'd say go ahead and apply for a position. What have you experienced at South U?
     
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  19. AuditGuy

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    The issue with South / EDMC is excessive overhiring, I have heard it from quite a few adjuncts.

    They hire, send you through the training, and then nothing. Time is probably better spent pursuing other schools.
     
  20. Scorpio198

    Scorpio198 New Member

    EDMC

    Hi Everyone:

    Auditguy is right. I was "hired" by the Art Institute (EDMC) a few monthes ago and went through all the training. I think is was about 4 weeks online with other teachers. Then I heard nothing. I emailed them several time to see what the next step is and heard nothing back. Not a good recruiting tool. Thanks
     

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