I am trying to get back into instructing business courses to undergrads online. I had a position way back in 2010 but that lasted until 2013. I have applied for the last 2 months to a myriad of schools but so far no luck. I am hoping to connect with individuals that could help me land an interview. Thank you.
I'm an Adjunct Professor now for the past 2 years, post deployment. I applied directly with the school and landed an interview. I was an Adjunct Professor while serving in the military and found that I enjoyed it. When the pandemic started I wanted a job that I could work from home that allowed me to still be connected with people outside of my home. I decided to get back into it. However, I'm a AP for a Community College and I have no problem with that, I teach 2 courses with the school and currently applying at 4 year Universities. Just depends on what you're looking for in a College. When they say Teachers don't make a lot, I now understand that. However, I'm not doing it for the money but found that I actually enjoy it. I was a Military Instructor and Facilitator so it helps to keep my skills fresh. I also teach in the same field that I served in, that makes it that much better.
I wish you luck, the adjunct virtual is clearly more open than the on campus professorships. I worked with a lot of professor PhD's out of AFIT at Wright Patterson and was amazed at the bias against the military in the higher educational market. Some ended up at the Community College level, which is a huge step back for literally rocket scientists!
The virtual market seems to be pretty broad and hopefully less biased against the "real" experience. Thanks for your service.
I have applied to numerous listings from Indeed (and many other job sites). Still waiting to get that interview.
Did a search, 48 online adjunct Business professor jobs:
I've added more job search links to my EE webpage:
Charles, thank you for the response. I will get on those recommendations ASAP.
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