The Washington Center is seeking Adjunct Faculty beginning Spring 2018. TWC offers academic courses to complement an academic semester built around an internship experience in Washington, D.C.
TWC has current or potential course needs in the following (or related) areas:
- Introduction to Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure
- The Death Penalty
- Psychology of Policing
- Crime Analysis
- The First Amendment
Courses meet once a week (Monday through Thursday) for three hours in the evenings (6:30-9:30). The Fall and Spring semesters last 15 weeks. Classes generally have 16-18 students and consist of mostly junior and senior level college students, both domestic and international.
Required qualifications to teach include a J.D., earned doctorate, or appropriate terminal degree. Teaching experience at the college is level highly preferred. Applications are considered on a rolling basis depending on need.
To apply, please submit a cover letter including potential courses to be taught, CV or resume, sample syllabi, and course evaluations (if available) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Washington Center is the largest, full-time independent internship program in the nation’s capital. With over 1,600 student participants each year, The Washington Center has over 52,000 alumni from over 1,000 colleges and universities from the U.S. and abroad.