Full-time Faculty in World History (Bard High School Early College Baltimore)
Internal Number: 125856
About the Bard Early Colleges (BECs)
The Bard Early Colleges (BECs) enable intellectually curious students to complete a high school diploma and an Associate of Arts degree from Bard College within four years of study. The academic program emphasizes small classes and a commitment to teaching a diverse student body.
Bard High School Early College (BHSEC) Baltimore, a partnership between Bard College and the Baltimore City Public Schools in Baltimore (BCPS) invites applications for a full-time faculty position in World History. Applicants with a background in the histories of people of color, women, and/or LGBTQ communities are encouraged to apply.
The position requires educators who are passionate about their fields of study and committed to advancing equity through rigorous curricula made accessible to students with varied backgrounds.
Start Date: August 2023
Location: Baltimore, MD
Compensation: $52,712-$93,279 (compensation commensurate with experience and based on school district pay scale)
An M.A. in History or related field is required
A dedication to teaching is required
An interest in working with high school age students who are also completing a college-level course of study
A strong commitment to equity and social justice
A strong commitment to opening up opportunities in education for underrepresented students
Candidates who will have a Ph.D. at the time of employment, or who are ABD, with high school and/or college teaching experience are preferred.
Building on a 150-year history as a competitive and innovative undergraduate institution, Bard College's mission has expanded across the country, around the world, and to meet broader student needs.Now, approximately 2,000 undergraduates study in Annandale and more than 200 graduate students study in Bard programs, plus nearly 1,000 students in our early colleges. Total enrollment for Bard College and its global affiliates is approximately 5,000 students. The undergraduate program at our main campus in the Hudson River Valley of upstate New York retains a reputation for scholarly excellence and civic engagement. We are committed to enriching culture, public life, and democratic discourse by training tomorrow's thought leaders.