Beginning in Fall 2019, the Cleveland Humanities Collaborative is pleased to offer Humanities 422: Humanities Teaching Careers at Community Colleges. This annual fall semester course, led by a CWRU faculty member with the participation of community college faculty, is open to graduate students in the humanities and humanistic social sciences at CWRU. The course carries no credit, but does appear on a student’s official transcript. It is graded on a pass/no pass basis.
Students who successfully complete HUMN 422 are eligible to apply for a Mellon Fellowship in Community College Teaching, which provides CWRU graduate students opportunities to work with community college faculty mentors and experience first-hand what community college teacher careers are like.
For more information about Humanities 422 or the Mellon Fellows program for graduate students, please email email@example.com.